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The Aging & Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore is your resource for transportation opportunities if you meet one or more of the following criteria:
Transportation services are available for medical appointments. Rides can also be provided for shopping, employment, social and personal business purposes based on available funding. This program is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) as authorized under 49 U.S.C. Section 5310 Mobility Options of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program (CFD 20.521).
The Aging & Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore contracts with various transportation agencies to help meet your transportation needs based on eligibility.
Maritime Metro Transit's One-Stop Call Center serves as an information referral service for individuals seeking transportation options. Manitowoc's Mobility Manager is on hand to provide individualized transportation information by calling (920) 686-6977.
Depending on your type of Medical Assistance coverage, transportation for medical appointments may be covered. This includes any transportation to get to and from medical appointments.
Provides non-emergency transportation for Wisconsin Medicaid and Badger Care Plus Members only.
Registration (866) 907-1493
Where's my ride? (866) 907-1494
We Care Line (866) 436-0457
Maritime Metro Transit Service (920) 686-3560
Toll Free (800) 947-3529
Automated Information Line (920) 686-6555
Fares within Manitowoc and Two Rivers for elderly (65+) and disabled are $.75 each ride or $25.00 for a one month pass. Adult fare is $1.50 each ride. Purchase of a monthly pass includes discount privileges or special offers at area retailers.
Bus route map and bus route information is printed in the local telephone book.
Local Cab Service
Maritime Cab (920) 686-1300
Our Town Taxi Service (920) 629-7941
Smitty's Taxi (920) 242-1706
HFM CR Mobility
Provides medical and non-medical transportation with access to out-of-town transportation. (Will drive out of Manitowoc). Provides transport for: Logisticare, Holy Family Memorial, Lakeland Care District, Wisconsin Forward Health (Medicaid).
Call for current pricing for your individual needs. (920) 320-2237
MMTS Paratransit (920) 686-3560
Transportation for City of Manitowoc and Two Rivers residents who are not physically able to utilize the bus service. ADA certification is required. Copay of $3.00 for one way ride for curb to curb service. Door to door service will be provided at a cost of $5.00 each way. This transportation service is provided by Assist-To-Transport. Transportation services to and from Medical appointments, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, etc...
Provides transportation for elderly and disabled residents. Medical & dental appointments, grocery stores and nutrition sites are common destinations. It is necessary to pre-purchase tickets.
All riders will be required to give the driver a ticket. (920) 682-8823
Provides city ADA and rural disabled transportation. Provides rural transport to sheltered employment, medical appointments and others as necessary. Co-payment is required for transports. Call for price information. (920) 682-8820
For Certification Information call the Maritime Metro Transit Service Paratransit at: (920) 686-3560
Provides transportation within the city of Two Rivers only for ambulatory Senior Center members age 50 or older. Must be scheduled in advance. (920) 793-5596
Kewaunee County is a rural county without a public transit system. As a result, coordinated efforts have been made between the Kewaunee County Department of Human Services and East Shore Industries, Inc. to provide transportation programs to the residents of the County. These programs coordinate transportation rides, utilize volunteer drivers and work with the specialized transit programs.
Participants who are 55 years of age and older who have no other means of transportation are eligible for services through the Kewaunee County Transportation Program. Service priorities are given to medical and nutrition related activities.
For more information on transportation options in Kewaunee County please call (920) 388-0626.
It is the policy of Manitowoc County to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.