This guide is a comprehensive listing of public, private and non-profit transportation in the Washington Metropolitan Region, State of Maryland, and beyond that can be used by everyone in the community with an emphasis on people with disabilities and older adults. The Commission on People with Disabilities of the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Transportation compiled this directory of useful transportation services to assist County residents to better coordinate their transportation needs.
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Each category below links to a PDF version. Hard copies and alternative formats of these documents are available upon request. We ask that you help us keep this directory up to date by letting us know of changes or other transportation options. You can call 240-777-1246 (V), MD Relay 711, or e-mail edits and additions to DHHSWebsite@montgomerycountymd.gov.
Villages are local neighbors-helping-neighbors organizations offering a wide variety of services and many offer volunteer transportation to their members.
Providers with an asterisk * provide assistance during grocery shopping.
Buses provide curb-to-curb service, Monday through Friday, to County residents living within a defined geographic radius of the County’s five senior centers – Damascus, Holiday Park, Long Branch, Margaret Schweinhaut and White Oak. County residents 55 and over are eligible for the bus if they are within the service area for the center. Services are provided through a contract with the Jewish Council for the Aging (JCA). For more information about the transportation service, call 240-777-4980 (V).