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 not providing transportation for older adults right now, but they are delivering groceries and prescriptions, providing care calls, and snow shoveling. If you are feeling healthy and wondering what you can do, A Little Help would like to ask you to consider helping them spread some kindness and connection! Learn more here. 4/3/2020
Access-a-Ride (AAR)Access a Ride has presumptive eligibility during the COVID-19 restriction time. New applicants have unrestricted eligibility for 120 days. Recertification applicants will be processed at a later time but riders can ride for 120 days while waiting. Appeals will be allowed unrestricted service to ride during this time. Customers will be responsible for scheduling their assessments before the expiration of the date on their letters. Once certification calendar opens up, they will be reaching out first to those who have most recently applied. Grocery Delivery Available to Access-a-Ride Customers – learn more here. 3/31/2020
ABC ShuttleLimited response at this time4/3/2020
Aging Resources Douglas CountyProviding rides to critical medical appointments only. They are delivering groceries, prescriptions, and household items at this time. Reassurance calls are being made daily. For more information on receiving help, or to volunteer please click here. 4/3/2020
A-LiftAll metro urban areas are still providing grocery and medical/dialysis transportation. They are not taking new dialysis patients at this time.3/31/2020
American Cancer Society (ACS)The Road To Recovery program is on pause – for updates about the program click here.4/3/2020
Black HawkServices are on pause till end of month4/3/2020
Broomfield Easy RideBroomfield is giving rides to older adults as early as 7AM for senior citizens shopping. Only 2 people per bus. Will transport essential medical appointments. Intakes are okay by phone. 4/3/2020
Bustang and Bustang OutriderAll rides are paused until April 11th. Full press release here. 4/3/2020
Castle Rock Senior Activity CenterTime is being based off client’s needs. Providing early transportation for food shopping and any rides to and from doctors appointments. Hours are from as early as 7 AM till 2:30 PM or as needed. They are delivering food that has been already ordered online and paid for at the time of pickup. Some grocery aid for limited income/vulnerable clients. Also, offering Meals on Wheels service after qualifying with an assessment.4/3/2020
Central City TramwayServices are on pause until end of month 4/3/2020
CultivateCultivate is open and accepting new clients. 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) seems to be the priority at this time and is nearing capacity.4/3/2020
Disabled American VeteransNo Rides at this time. Possible reopen at the end of April. All volunteer drivers have been sent home. 4/3/2020
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. 4/3/2020
Denver Public Schools (DPS)There is no DPS transportation, but all schools in DPS are working on distributing technology to their students. Please contact your school leader and your child’s teacher if you haven’t heard from them yet. You can also email DPS here. Please contact them if you have any questions or concerns. DPS website here.
3/31/2020
DRCOG/HopSkipDriveDRCOG is still offering rides for older adults (60+) to medical appointments and other necessary destinations like the grocery stores or pharmacies. They are also still mailing RTD tickets to clients that use the bus. They have started scheduling food box and grocery pickups using HopSkipDrive as well for clients. They just got news of RTD Access-a-Ride offering food delivery for their clients and have been referring qualified clients to that program as well. 4/3/2020
Englewood TrolleyBusiness as usual4/3/2020
Faith in Action (Boulder County)Suspending all trips until April 20. 4/2/2020
Freedom CabsBusiness as usual. Limited number of drivers. 4/2/2020
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 gilpinseniors@gilpincounty.org. In effect until May 1. 3/30/2020
GoGoGrandparentContinues to be available 24/7 to arrange rides. They are also offering food delivery. GoGo Groceries at 1-855-232-0919 and GoGo Gourmet 1-855-754-5328. 4/2/2020
Golden West Airport ShuttleSuspending all trips until further notice. 4/1/2020
Green TaxiBusiness as usual4/1/2020
Heavenly HandsBusiness as usual. Phone number change. Call 720-281-3109.3/31/2020
IntelliRide NEMTBusiness as usual3/31/2020
Key TransitKey Transit continues to provide transportation services to and from medical appointments. They will transport passengers with a cough. Passengers with respiratory issues will be required to wear a mask. We are screening our drivers daily for a fever, and following CDC guidelines to ensure public safety.4/3/2020
Lakewood RidesMedical rides and grocery runs only. Need riders to know they have to be signed up with Lakewood Rides (can sign up @ lakewood.org), they have to be a Lakewood resident, and schedule rides ahead of time.4/3/2020
LimoCareBusiness as usual; is not taking riders if they show signs of respiratory symptoms to protect their drivers.4/3/2020
Love INC.Love INC. is suspending transportation operations until May 1, 2020 or until further notice.4/3/2020
LyftProviding necessary access to essential services such as pharmacy, grocery stores, and health care facilities. Anyone who suspects they may have or is diagnosed with COVID-19 should not use ridesharing. Also launched LyftUp to donate tens of thousands of rides to those with essential transportation needs, such as Hunger Free Colorado and are offering free rides on Lyft electric scooters to Denver healthcare workers in April. Learn more about Lyft’s safety response here.4/3/2020
Metro TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible.3/31/2020
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.4/3/2020
Mile High AmbulanceBusiness as usual4/3/2020
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 .4/3/2020
Mobility Transportation & ServicesBusiness as usual4/3/2020
North Suburban TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible.3/31/2020
OmnibusThe City Manger has cancelled all Omnibus and Shopping Cart Services through the end of the month.  They will re-evaluated every day to determine when we will resume services.4/3/2020
PrimeCareBusiness as usual. M-F 7am-5pm, Sat. 8am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm. 4/3/2020
Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center Travel OfficeThis line is not being monitored at this time. The number you call will redirect you to the right department by providing alternative phone numbers4/3/2020
RTDBeginning at the start of the service day on Sunday (April 5th) and until further notice: RTD will switch to rear-door boarding and exiting on its buses, which provides another layer of social distancing between operators and riders, limiting proximity to those who might be infected. Passengers with disabilities should continue to board RTD vehicles at the front, where a wheelchair lift is available, if needed. RTD’s over-the-road coaches used on Regional routes have front doors only. So, those passengers will still board and deboard from the front. Fare collection will be suspended on all buses and trains across the RTD system. We are working through processes for refunds and exchanges on applicable fare products. Service will be suspended on two downtown Denver routes, the 16th Street Free MallRide and Free MetroRide, which have experienced low ridership. RTD will move as many of the MallRide buses as possible to regular routes, to take advantage of the ability of these buses to offer multiple-door boarding and exiting. In addition, drivers on MallRide buses work in an enclosed compartment that provides separation from passengers.4/3/2020
Senior Resource CenterRides are for health and food only at this time. Cancellation policy waived.3/23/2020
Shopping Cart (Littleton)The City Manger has cancelled all Omnibus and Shopping Cart Services through the end of the month.  They will re-evaluated every day to determine when we will resume services.  They are in discussions right now to see if some food providers (ie: Meals on Wheels) can use our buses in the interim to deliver food.4/3/2020
South Suburban TaxiOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible.4/3/2020
Super ShuttleNo longer providing services. 4/3/2020
The ProspectorClosing service for now. They are saying April 1 to reopen but that may change.3/27/2020
To The RescueHas some restrictions on their transportation services–limited drivers; must be in Douglas County- will try to provide the ride if possible. Does over the phone screening prior to trip. Willing to do pharmacy and grocery deliveries. 4/1/2020
Town of Castle Rock Taxi VouchersBusiness as usual4/3/2020
UberUber is committed to helping the communities that they operate in during this challenging time. They’re providing financial assistance to any driver who is diagnosed with COVID-19 or is individually asked to self‑isolate by a PHA.They have waived delivery fees on all Uber Eats orders from independent restaurants
across the US and Canada in an effort to drive sales to local businesses. They’ve also introduced a new functionality to enable same-day payouts for any Uber Eats restaurants that request it to help increase cash flow certainty. They have also committed 300,000 free meals on Uber Eats to first responders and
healthcare workers in the US and Canada, to be provided in coordination with local and state governments. Information about safey during this time can be found here. Also does, restaurant take-out deliveries.
3/27/2020
Union TaxiBusiness as usual4/2/2020
ViaVia is still running. They are not charging fares, have eliminated cancellation penalties, and are delivering groceries and as well as food from senior centers. They’ve also increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing vehicles, and are trying to keep trips to one passenger at a time. For more, visit Via’s website 4/3/2020
Volunteers of AmericaLimited response at this time4/1/2020
Veterans Transportation Services Transportation is available. Calls should be made 8 days in advanced. 4/3/2020
Yellow CabOpen 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible.4/3/2020
ZTrips of BoulderBusiness as usual4/2/2020