|Amazing Wheels: Amazing Wheels Transportation offers a full scope of non-medical transportation services for the physically and mentally challenged, as well as elderly transportation and disabled transportation throughout the Denver Metro Area. These services are provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
|Colorado Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (NEMT): Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (NEMT) is transportation to and from covered non-emergency medical appointments or services. NEMT is only available when a Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) member has no other means of transportation. NEMT services are coordinated by a State Designated Entity (SDE). Colorado has three types of SDEs. Visit the website or call for more information.
Community Transit Program/A-LIFT: The Community Transit program is a joint project between Adams County and the cities of Arvada, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Thornton, Northglenn, and Westminster to improve transportation services in Adams County. Special services are available to Adams County residents who are 60 years of age or older, and individuals with physical disabilities, regardless of age, who are not served by the Regional Transportation District (RTD). To schedule an appointment, call A-LIFT at the Seniors' Resource Center.
|DRMAC Getting There Guide TransitOptions: TransitOptions is a quick and easy interactive tool designed to help individuals find specialized transportation that meets each person's specific needs. Based on DRMAC's Getting There Guide, the database walks the user through a short series of questions that will determine the best transportation option(s) available to meet trip requirements.
DRMAC’s mission is to ensure people with mobility challenges have access to the community by increasing, enhancing, sharing, and coordinating regional transportation services and resources. DRMAC serves the following Colorado counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, and Jefferson. DRMAC is a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (CNDC).
|Getting There Guide: The Getting There Guide helps bridge the transportation gap of local citizens with mobility challenges, helping them live as independently as possible. Our printed guide will show you the best transit options for you. Download a PDF or request a free copy to be sent by mail or contact us to find the nearest location that carries them.
|InnovAge: InnovAge provides transportation from your home to the PACE center and to off-site medical appointments. Call of visit the website to make arrangements.
Seniors' Resource Center: Providing transportation for medical and food needs only at this time. The situation changes very frequently, so please continue to check their website and voicemail for updates SRC is the Denver area’s largest nonprofit dedicated to services for older adults and those with developmental disabilities. Their crucial programs include transportation, adult day programs, in-home care, chores, care management, senior advocacy, and much more.
|Via Mobility Services: Serves Brighton residents, ages 60 and older and/or those with a disability (temporary or terminal), by offering rides Monday – Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. They provide services to pick up groceries, go to a food bank, drop off at medical appointments, etc. as well. Please don’t use this service if you’re feeling ill. Speak to a mobility specialist to start a ride.
Phone: 303.477.2848, ext. 1014 | Phone (Spanish): 303.444.3043
Wagon Road Park-N-Ride/144th FlexRide: FlexRide is a shared ride bus service that travels within select RTD service areas. FlexRide is open to the general public and is available on a first come, first serve basis. FlexRide can be used to connect to other RTD bus or train services at stations and Park-n-Rides or to get direct access to shopping malls, schools, businesses, recreational centers, libraries, and more by booking a trip online. All FlexRide vehicles are accessible and have bike racks.