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Old Friends Club does not provide transportation.
King County Metro -
Access transportation, Accessible bus service, ADA Paratransit, Downtown Seattle Circulator, Hyde Shuttles, On-Demand Services (Pilot programs), Pandemic Response, Taxi Scrip, Common Paths
King County - Sound Generations - Hyde shuttle, volunteer transportation
Our free transportation services provide rides to community meal programs, senior centers, and rides to medical appointments. Additionally, neighborhood vans are provided for errands such as grocery shopping, banking, or visiting friends. We understand the impact that access to affordable transportation options has for older adults or persons with limited mobility. We enable individuals to maintain their independence and quality of life.
King County - Snoqualmie Valley Transportation
Since 2003, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation has been your local bus company.
We provide door-to-door and fixed route service in the Snoqualmie Valley.
Our services are available to the general public, Monday – Friday (except holidays) from 5:30 AM to 9:30 PM.
By using our services, people can get to medical care, the grocery store, jobs, and their favorite activities and entertainment.
We connect people with places. This helps people stay socially active, helps employers, helps local businesses, helps the environment and helps our community.
We are a dedicated group of people who work for the Mt. Si Senior Center with a passion for making sure that people get where they want to go in an easy, friendly and inexpensive way.
King County - Eastside Friends of Seniors
As Americans continue to live longer, Eastside Friends of Seniors (EFS) is dedicated to a senior’s independence and preference to age at home. Our team of trained volunteers and professionals provide vital assistance to seniors, allowing them to live a dignified and vibrant life for as long as possible in the place they feel most comfortable. We are here to:
• Run Errands
• Provide transportation to medical appointments
• Shop for groceries and put things away
• Do light housekeeping
• Schedule regular visits by telephone or in person
• Do light yard work
• Provide transportation to visit with a family member in an adult family home or nursing facility
• Provide information and referral to additional resources
Snohomish County - Homage - TAP (Transportation Assistance Program) and Pay Your Pal
TAP is a rural transportation program that provides service to older adults and people with disabilities who are outside of the DART service area. TAP clients are picked up at their door and delivered to their destination or if needed, transferred to another transportation provider – DART, Everett Para Transit, or ACCESS.
TAP provides safe and reliable transportation for older adults and people with disabilities who live outside the DART service area. TAP’s wheelchair-accessible vehicles connect people to services, health care, senior centers, shopping, recreation and more.
Transportation is the key to your job, education and medical care. We understand youth and adults with disabilities may have a difficult time accessing transportation. Especially if you do not live near public transportation. The Pay Your Pal Program helps reimburse your neighbors, friends or others who can give you a ride for the cost of your travel.
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