What if I need a personal aid to travel with me?
If you require a personal aid to assist you in your travels, this will be addressed when filling out your American Disabilities Act (ADA) form. Upon ADA form approval, your personal aid may travel with you at no charge. Friends or relatives do not qualify as a personal aid unless they are listed on the ADA form. Should someone wish to travel with you other than your personal aid, they must pay the regular fare (same as your cost).

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1. How do I request information about American Disabilities Act (ADA) service?
2. How soon may I receive service?
3. Must I be permanently disabled to receive service?
4. What if I need American Disabilities Act service only during cold weather?
5. What says can I expect to get Americans Disabilities Act transportation?
6. How far in advance may I schedule appointments for rides?
7. Can I make a request for a ride after regular hours?
8. What if I'm hearing impaired?
9. What if I need a personal aid to travel with me?
10. Must I give the reason for my trip?
11. Who do I call if I have a problem with American Disabilities Act eligibility?
12. Who do I call if I have trouble with scheduling or busing?
13. What if I have someone who is coming to visit and needs American Disabilities Act transportation?