A Volunteer Driver Reimbursement Program sponsored by Tuolumne County Transit Agency
The underlying philosophy of Tuolumne Trip is that residents of Tuolumne County can be self-reliant when provided with a structure of transportation support that empowers leveraging of community goodwill and encourages the establishment and expansion of personal social networks. This empowerment philosophy of Tuolumne Trip can help build and connect our community.
In every community, there is a population faced with complications that make travel for basic quality of life needs extraordinarily challenging. This could be due to lack of service availability or mobility limitations caused by physical, mental or financial challenges. Tuolumne Trip is intended to provide a transportation alternative for those isolated and homebound individuals who cannot use current services (listed below) or are current ADA Certified Dial A Ride users wishing to substitute more convenient travel options by providing them with the tools to connect with available and new community resources.
Tuolumne County Transit: Dial-A-Ride offers curbside pick-up and drop off services to persons with disabilities with ADA Certification and persons who are 60 years of age or older. 209/532-0404
Catholic Charities: Non-Emergency Medical Transportation available to adults 60 years of age and older who because of mobility or other issues are unable to use private or public transportation. 209/533-7632
Veterans: Medical transportation to and from Sonora to select Veteran’s medical facilities. Sonora Veterans Clinic. 209/588-2600
Southside Community Connections, Wheels: Serves the needs of Seniors in the Groveland and Big Oak Flat area. 209/962-7303
For additional program details or questions about eligibility please call Tuolumne County Transportation Council staff at 209.533.5603 or email email@example.com