Accessible transportation means continued independence
Looking for a ride?
Transportation to appointments, shopping, grocery stores, senior centers or social events is needed for independent living. Minnesota communities have different types of transportation services available. Some offer door-to-door (or escorted) transportation, some have fixed routes (such as buses), and some communities, particularly those in rural areas, offer volunteer driver programs.
While all persons 60 years of age and older are eligible, services are targeted to individuals with the greatest economic and social need.
To find available transportation in your community - call the Senior LinkAge Line® at 1-800-333-2433.
- Find public transit maps for the metropolitan area and information about programs like Metro Mobility at the Metropolitan Council.
Mobility for Minnesota's Aging Population (MMAP) a collaborative of public, nonprofit, and educational experts working to influence policy, create initiatives, and promote research that will improve the safety and mobility of Minnesota’s aging population.
To find services and or housing in your community contact the Senior LinkAge Line®. You can reach the Senior LinkAge Line® by calling 1-800-333-2433, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.MinnesotaHelp.info®.