Transportation Updates

Stay Up To Date On Transportation Services

For more detail on each provider (phone, hours, etc.) see our Getting There Guide

Transit ProviderCOVID Service ChangesDate Updated
A Little HelpA Little Help is providing limited, health-related transportation, as well as continuing to provide grocery, prescription, and essentials delivery. Please contact the office at 720-242-9032 for more information. Learn more here. 7/6/2020
Access-a-Ride (AAR)Beginning Wednesday, July 1, riders will be asked to pay with a ticket or cash when riding on the RTD system, which includes Access-a-Ride. RTD asks riders to be partners in safety by wearing a face covering in our vehicles. Grocery Delivery Available to Access-a-Ride Customers – learn more here. 7/1/2020
Aging Resources Douglas County (ARDC)ARDC is resuming regular transportation starting June 1st. Drivers and riders will be required to wear masks, and they will be logging temperatures in their agency-owned vehicles. Medical and Nutrition trips are given priority; all other trips will be considered on a case-by-case basis. ARDC is providing weekly grocery deliveries throughout Douglas County to older adults. Reassurance calls are taking place daily, and volunteers are delivering prescriptions and other household items. For more information on receiving help, or to volunteer please click here. 6/15/2020
A-LiftProviding limited medical and grocery trips to residents 55+ in Adam’s county. Call 303-659-2120 for more. You can visit A-Lift’s website here. 7/6/2020
American Cancer Society (ACS)The Road To Recovery program is paused for the time being. For updates about the program click here.7/6/2020
Angel Flight WestArranges free, non-emergency transportation for people needing medical treatment, all at no cost to the passenger. A few points about their service: They are not an emergency service (they require 5 business days notice to schedule a flight, they provide transportation in western U.S. only, Patients must be medically stable and ambulatory. If you have a patient who needs to travel to medical treatment but cannot afford it, they encourage you to visit their website or call 888-4-AN-ANGEL.7/1/2020
Black HawkServices are on pause until casinos reopen. You can visit Black Hawk’s website here7/7/2020
Broomfield Easy RideBroomfield Easy Ride continues to provide daily medical and nutritional transportation for older adults. Personal trips are provided as the schedule permits. Due to the social distance, the number of passengers per vehicle is limited. Easy Ride is also providing weekly reassurance calls, delivering non-perishable food boxes, hygiene products, non-medical equipment, Meals on Wheels and medical prescriptions for Broomfield older adults. Clients should confirm availability prior to scheduling medical, nutritional, or personal appointments.Find more information on their website7/7/2020
Bustang and Bustang OutriderBustang and Bustang Outrider will be restarting service on June 28. Bustang will be on a reduced schedule and Outrider will be on full schedule. Keep up to date with information from their website7/1/2020
Castle Rock Senior Activity CenterCRSAC is providing regular transportation services. Drivers and riders will be required to wear masks, and they will be logging temperatures. Medical and Nutrition trips are given priority; all other trips will be considered on a case-by-case basis. CRSAC is also delivering groceries, prescriptions, and household items at this time. Reassurance calls are being made daily. Some grocery aid available for limited income/vulnerable clients. Also, offering Meals on Wheels service after qualifying with an assessment. Call for more information on receiving help. Click here to visit their website.7/6/2020
Central City TramwayServices are on pause Services are on pause until casinos reopen.. You can visit Black Hawk’s website here7/7/2020
CultivateCultivate is open and accepting new clients age 60+ in Broomfield and Boulder Counties. Clients can call our office at 303.443.1933 ext 414 or sign up online. While all programs are operational, Carry-Out Caravan (grocery delivery) is the priority service at this time.7/7/2020
Disabled American VeteransDAV has started providing rides again on a limited bases. Transportation is dependant on driver availability. Drivers are still not fully back due to the virus and are volunteering on their own time. Give them a call and if they can help, they will. More information can be found on their website online7/13/2020
Dispatch HealthDoes not provide transportation, but goes to a person’s home to provide healthcare. Completes a screening prior to going out including whether exposed to COVID 19. Will no longer see older adults exhibiting upper respiratory symptoms if they live in a senior living facility of any kind. Do not do visits to homes of people under quarantine. Call 720-647-5329 for a screening or visit their website7/6/2020
Denver Public Schools (DPS)There is no DPS transportation at this time because school buildings are closed. DPS is using buses to distribute meals. You can find the expanded food distribution list here. You can also email DPS here . Please contact them if you have any questions or concerns. DPS website here. Grab and go meals are available; more information here
DRCOG Transportation Voucher Pilot ProgramDRCOG’s Transportation Voucher Pilot Program offers three personal trips a week and unlimited medical trips to adults 60 and older in the Denver metro region. Masks are required on all trips. DRCOG also has a number of contractors that are delivering food boxes to adults 60 and over in the region, clients can contact 303-480-6700.7/3/2020
Englewood TrolleyService running as usual. Visit their website for more information.7/6/2020
Essie Lee FoundationEssie Lee Foundation provides transportation for the general public but specializes in challenged, seniors, and at risk populations. Special request for grocery, food bank, medication pickup is available. They require 48hrs notice to book an appointment. Hours are 10-7 seven days a week. Please call 303-335-5207. Read more about the Essie Lee Foundation here7/3/2020
Faith in Action (Boulder County)Suspending all trips until further notice. Find out more about Faith in Action and other programs from Ability Connection Colorado here7/2/2020
Freedom CabsBusiness as usual. Limited number of drivers. You can visit Freedom Cabs website here7/6/2020
Gilpin Connect, Gilpin County NEMT, Gilpin Senior TransportationNo transportation is being provided at this time. They are doing check-ins with older adults to see what their needs are and using their Office of Emergency Management to respond when needed. Contact: Mary Ellen Makosky 303-515-4292 or You can also visit Gilpin County’s website 7/1/2020
GoGoGrandparentContinues to be available 24/7 to arrange rides. Riders are asked to wear masks; GoGoGrandparent can help you find and purchase one. They are also offering food delivery: GoGo Groceries at 855-222-4919 and GoGo Gourmet 855-754-5328. More information can ge found on GoGoGrandparent’s webpage7/1/2020
Golden West Airport ShuttleBusiness as usual. Call for more details or visit their website7/1/2020
Green TaxiProviding trips. Limited number of drivers. 7/1/2020
GreyhoundBuses still running. Effective May 13th, passengers are required to wear a face covering while onboard the bus. Find Greyhound’s Book With Peace of Mind Policy here 7/1/2020
Heavenly HandsBusiness as usual. Phone number change. Call 720-281-3109.7/1/2020
IntelliRide NEMTBusiness as usual. Visit their website here or call 303-398-2155.7/1/2020
Key TransitNow serving the Boulder area as well! Continues to provide transportation services to and from medical appointments. Providing wheelchair transportation as usual. M-F 7am-7pm, Weekends 8am-6pm. $46 + 4.75/mile. Following CDC guidelines for safe transportation. Facilities requesting transportation of their residents should be providing masks for those residents, as Key Transit has a limited supply. Tempuratures should be assessed by everyone prior to accepting transportation. Unable to provide transport for passengers that have tested positive for COVID-19. For more visit Key Transit’s website7/1/2020
Lakewood RidesMedical rides and grocery runs as well as quality of life and personal rides (bank, post office, etc). Need riders to know they have to be signed up with Lakewood Rides (can sign up @, they have to be a Lakewood resident, and schedule rides ahead of time.7/1/2020
LimoCareBusiness as usual; is not taking riders if they show signs of respiratory symptoms to protect their drivers. Visit their website for more information6/16/2020
Love INC.Love INC. is suspending transportation operations until further notice. You can visit their website here.7/3/2020
LyftProviding transportation services consistent with state public health guidelines. Anyone who suspects they may have or is diagnosed with COVID-19 should not use ridesharing – learn more about Lyft’s new health safety program here, designed to keep both passengers and drivers safe. Also launched LyftUp to donate tens of thousands of rides to those with essential transportation needs, such as Hunger Free Colorado.7/1/2020
Metro TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible. You can visit Metro Taxi’s website here.6/15/2020
Midtown Express Transportation ServicesThey are still operating on pre scheduled arrangements. At this time they take doctors appointments and grocery shopping trips. We can accommodate HCBS clients and private pay clients. Midtown Express will also transport COVID-19 patients on a case-by-case basis. You can request service here.7/1/2020
Mile High AmbulanceBusiness as usual. Learn more about Mile High Ambulance here. 7/3/2020
Mile High United Way 211Providing short-term transportation assistance via Lyft through their Ride United Program. To contact Mile High United Way, dial 211. Learn more about Lyft’s safety response and eligibility requirements for Ride United here. Also be aware of CDC’s recommendations for rideshare or if you have traveled to an area with ongoing spread .6/16/2020
Mobility Transportation & ServicesBusiness as usual. Limited number of drivers. Click here for their website.6/16/2020
North Suburban TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible. Find North Suburban Taxi’s website here6/15/2020
OmnibusThe City Manger has cancelled all Omnibus and Shopping Cart Services for the time being.  They will re-evaluated mid-July to determine when they will resume services. Find out more about Omnibus at littletongov.org7/1/2020
PrimeCareBusiness as usual. M-F 7am-5pm, Sat. 8am-4pm, Sun 10:30am-4pm. $62.52 +$5.21/mile. Not able to transport individuals diagnosed with COVID. You can visit PrimeCare’s website here7/1/2020
Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center Travel OfficeContact social worker or health care provider for transportation needs. Visit their website for more information6/17/2020
RTDRTD resumed fare collection and front-door boarding on July 1. Riders are encouraged to use contactless payment options, such as RTD’s Mobile Tickets app, to lessen contact with the farebox on vehicles. Please wear a mask when riding. Visit the RTD webpage for more route information.

FlexRide – All subscription-reserved trips have been suspended as of April 19. All reservations will be treated as individual trips, on a first-come, first-served basis. One-time reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance. Saturday and Sunday service will operate as normally scheduled with the exception of all subscriptions being cancelled.

Senior Resource CenterPlease contact SRC for further information if you are an existing rider. SRC is not accepting new riders Here is the Senior Resource Center’s webpage7/13/2020
Shopping Cart (Littleton)The City Manger has cancelled all Omnibus and Shopping Cart Services for the time being.  They will re-evaluated mid-July to determine when they will resume services. Find out more about Shopping Cart at littletongov.org7/1/2020
South Suburban TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible. You can find South Suburban Taxi’s website here.6/15/2020
Super ShuttleNo longer providing services. 7/1/2020
The ProspectorClosing service for now. They are waiting on a new system design. You can find more information here.7/5/2020
To The RescueHas some restrictions on their transportation services–limited drivers; must be in Douglas County- will try to provide the ride if possible. Riders are asked to wear a mask and use hand sanitizer before getting into the vehicle. Willing to do pharmacy and grocery deliveries. Visit their website.7/1/2020
Town of Castle Rock Taxi VouchersBusiness as usual. You can visit The Town of Castle Rock’s webpage here.7/1/2020
Uber Following the guidelines outlined in Governor Polis’ public health order, the rides should only be utilized for necessary travel. Learn more about Uber’s safety precautions here.7/6/2020
Union TaxiBusiness as usual. Schedule a trip here.7/1/2020
Veterans Transportation Services Transportation is available. Calls should be made 8 days in advanced. Find out more about Veterans Transportation Services here.7/13/2020
ViaVia is still running. They are not charging fares, have eliminated cancellation penalties, waived fares through the end of May, and are delivering groceries/prescriptions from local stores, food shares, and Boulder County farmers markets. They’ve also increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing vehicles, and are trying to keep trips to one passenger at a time. While The Cancer Society temporarily stops its volunteer driver program for providing cancer patients with trips to treatments, Via is providing some of those trips. They’ve also contacted local cancer treatment facilities and asked them to refer patients who need transportation to Via. For more, see Via’s website.7/2/2020
Volunteers of AmericaNot responding at this time. Visit the Volunteers of America website.7/1/2020
Yellow CabOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible. Visit their site here.6/15/2020
zTrips of BoulderRegular trips available by calling 303-699-8747. Known or presumptive COVID positive patients can schedule a no contact, curb to curb ride by calling 970-225-4841. You can find zTrips website here.7/1/2020