A number of agencies, including both government and non-profit organizations, provide supplemental transportation programs for seniors. These can include private rides offered by volunteer drivers, specialized extensions of transit services, or other type of arrangement. Here you'll find links to offerings nationwide, as well as research and best practices for operating such programs.


Rides in Sight provides a national database to search for transportation options available to seniors anywhere in the U.S. Their user-friendly system...

More than one in five older Americans cannot drive, due to factors such as declining health, poor eyesight or lack of access to a private auto. Many...

Los Angeles, California transportation news blog produced by the LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

We Get Around is a company that offers transportation and driving improvement classes. This blog has information by Aging Expert, Judi Bonilla, on...

Pitkin County Senior Services gives seniors hope with volunteer driving program.

A map of cities worldwide that offer free public transportation.

What's new, what's happening, and what's to come in Tampa Bay public transportation.

The Champaign-Urbana, Illinois Mass Transit District blog.

Located in Indiana, Senior Driving was started to provide transportation services to seniors to help them remain independent and safe.

This non-profit organization in Montgomery County, Maryland provides free rides to seniors and persons with disabilities, with service provided by...

Find out how to get around the cities and the state.

The official blog of Metro Transit in Saint Louis.

A blog for Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Transportation & Utilities.

These research reports by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety collected information on many of the nation's supplemental transportation programs (...

Captial MetroBlog is published by the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Austin, Texas.

A transit blog for Denton County, North Texas transportation.

This organization connects volunteers with seniors who are no longer able to drive so that they may continue to be independent and active. Drive a...

The National Volunteer Transportation was created in 2014 to provide information on how to deliver transportation services to communities.

View the United States Senate Special Committee on Aging's video called, "Transportation: A Challenge to Independece for Seniors" by clicking here.

A blog for Utah’s Transit Authority.