Transportation for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

The Aging & Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore is your resource for transportation opportunities if you meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Age 65 and older
  • An adult with a temporary or permanent disability
  • Must reside within Manitowoc County
  • No access to transportation

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. 

Brochures:  Transportation, Need a Ride

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.

Forward Health (Medicaid) Members

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.

MTM Transport
Provides non-emergency transportation for Wisconsin Medicaid and Badger Care Plus Members only. 
Where's my ride? (866) 907-1493
We Care Line - Please call if you have any issues with your MTM ride (866) 436-0457

Transportation - Manitowoc County

  • Bus Service
    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 $30.00 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
    Trivers Taxi (920) 794-9494

  • MMTS Paratransit
    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...

  • Assist-To-Transport

    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) 686-6977

  • Two Rivers Trust Car

    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

  • Volunteer Rural Transportation Program
    The Aging and Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore now provides transportation to rural elderly or disabled individuals in Mishicot, Valders, Whitelaw, Cleveland, Kellnersville, Reedsville, Cato, Rockwood, Francis Creek, St. Nazianz, Kiel, Maribel, and ALL surrounding areas to: Medical, Shopping, Nursing Home Visits, Library, etc.
    This program is designed to provide rural individuals access to a range of activities that contribute to their quality of life.  If you or someone you know is in need of this type of service, or you would like more information, please call Manitowoc's Mobility Manager at (920) 686-6977.
  • Volunteer Out-of-County Medical Transportation Program
    The Aging and Disability Resource Center of the Lakeshore also provides transportation to Manitowoc County elderly or disabled individuals for out-of-county medical appointments.  This is a low cost transportation service.  Cost is determined by mileage to and from the appointment based on Federal Mileage Reimbursement rates.   If you or someone you know is in need of this type of service, or you would like more information, please call the Mobility Manager at (920) 686-6977.

Transportation - Kewaunee County

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.

Transportation Options

  • A-1 Medi Mobile
    2819 University Ave, Green Bay
    (920) 469-3559
    Will provide transportation to Kewaunee County residents.  There is a fee for unloaded mileage, and a fee per mile.  Does not bill insurance.
  • Angel Cab Company
    (920) 559-6767
    Provides in and out of county transportation, 24-hours per day, 7 days per week.
  • Comfort Travel
    1029 Sunset Beach Road
    Green Bay, WI  54173
    (920) 490-7667
    Provides in and out of county transportation.  Can service ambulatory, wheelchair and stretcher riders for non-emergency needs (medical or non-medical).  May provide occasional weekend trips.
  • Julie's Country Care Express
    N9541 Church Road
    Casco, WI  54205
    (920) 255-3898
    Will provide services to all ages and those with disabilities with use of handicap accessible vehicle.  Riders given to social outings, grocery shopping, and medical appointments.  Will drive people to Door, and Brown Counties.  Evening and weekends available.
  • Kewaunee County Transportation Program
    810 Lincoln Street
    Kewaunee, WI  54216
    (920) 388-0626
    Kewaunee County Website
    Provides transportation services to individuals 55 years and older, and those with disabilities.
  • Medical Transportation Management, Inc., (MTM)
    (866) 907-1493
    TTY (800) 855-2880
    Medical Transportation Management, Inc. Website
    Monday through Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm.
    Non-emergency medical transportation manager of brokerage firm for arranging and scheduling rides to Medicaid covered appointments.
    You must schedule routine rides at least two business days before your appointment.
  • NEW Transport Services
    9431 County Road D
    Forestville, WI  54213
    (920) 825-7411
    Can assist individuals from within their home and bring them into the medical facility if needed.  Travels to Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Madison (call to check on other cities).
  • Yellow Cab of Brown County LLC
    Green Bay, WI
    (920) 435-1111
    Fax:  (920) 435-6285
    Business Hours:  24/7
    Services for Green Bay trips.
  • Wheel Chair Transportation
    1269 Langlade Ave
    Green Bay, WI  54304
    (920) 494-3333