If you're in need of transportation to your medical appointments, we have assembled this list of resources.
To use this service, participants must be age 65 and over, or disabled.
Senior/Disabled Fare: $.75
ORCA (One Regional Card for All) can be used for all regional public transportation systems. It keeps track of the different fares for each system. You can pre-load fare value on to the card. If you have an old style RRFP, you can pay cash fares, or trade in for an ORCA.
To use the Access Van service, participant must:
Van service follows the same area, days and hours as Metro Transit busses.
Fee is $1.25 each way.
You may bring a personal care attendant or companion; companions pay the $1.25 fare.
Call 206.205.5000, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week to schedule a ride. You can reserve a ride one to three days in advance.
Riders will be given a 30-minute window.
206.448.5740 or 800.282.5815
Available for people age 60 and over, who are residents of King County, and are able to self- transfer into a private vehicle.
Volunteer escort accompanies client to and from appointments.
You need to call by Wednesday to schedule a ride for the next week. Scheduling hours are 8 a.m. -5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
206.328.5787 or 888.649.6850
Rides are available throughout King County for medical or other necessary appointments and shopping. Transportation dependent on volunteer availability.
800.562.1381 or 425.347.5912
Serves elderly and disabled in Snohomish County who cannot ride regular public transportation.
Must submit an application and be approved.
Rides are available Monday-Friday, 5 a.m. to midnight and Saturday, 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fee is $1.75 each way. Exact change required unless using ticket books or a monthly DART Pass.
Transportation Assistance Program (TAP) services those who are out of the DART service area; call 425.423.8517.
425.943.6760 ext 2 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
FindARide is a comprehensive database filled with unique transportation options that can fit your needs, such as local shuttles, volunteer driver programs, medical transportation services. We have resources for everyone!
Visit our website at www.findaride.org to do your own searching!
Hopelink does not provide or pay for any transportation. Transportation Resources Line is a Community Living Connections Partner.
To use this service, participant must:
Taxi Scrip saves 50 percent on taxi fares. You may purchase up to seven books of scrips each month.
For more information, list of accepting companies or to register, call the customer service number listed above.
800-595-2172 (to cancel/check on a ride status)
Call 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Two business days’ advance notice. Emergent requests 24 hours daily.
425.888.7001 or 425.333.5554
Transportation for anyone ages 13+ within the Snoqualmie Valley (North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston/Fall City, Carnation, Duvall, Monroe).
Rides available 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday - Friday, no weekend service.
Fee is 50 cents each way, 25 cents for seniors.
P.O. Box 9043, Olympia, WA 98507-9043
Disabled parking permits. Write or call for an application.
Searchable online database with info about how to find and navigate accessible and low-cost transportation options throughout King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
Primarily for seniors and disabled.
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Prices are subject to change. Additional fees may apply.
AAG Service Group
425.877.8118 or 1.877.224.4884
425.347.4700 or 877.91MERCY
American Cancer Society Volunteer Drivers
Road to Recovery provides free transportation for cancer patients to/from their treatment appointments, according to the available resources in the community.
American Parkinson’s Disease Association - Taxi Voucher Program
Provides individuals with Parkinson’s disease (or their caregivers) $300 worth of taxi vouchers for one year.
Group Health Volunteer Program
For Group Health members age 60 and older. Call for program eligibility for this free service. Requires two- week notice.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Northwest Chapter
Anyone with a confirmed diagnosis of MS (or a related disorder) living in the greater NW chapter area may apply for financial assistance with transportation needs to medical appointments or chapter-related activities.
This information was compiled by the EvergreenHealth Community Healthcare Access Team (CHAT).
Contact them at 425.899.3200 if you have questions or need additional assistance.