As TARTA provides interconnected, regional public transit services to six communities in Lucas County—Toledo, Maumee, Waterville, Ottawa Hills, Sylvania, and Sylvania Township—and Rossford in Wood County, many Toledo-area elderly and disabled residents living outside the TARTA service area do not have access to affordable transportation options. Therefore, TARTA Mobility Management is here to create and coordinate partnerships among area human services and transportation providers in the Toledo region to expand the range of viable mobility options specifically for seniors and persons with disabilities.
TARTA continues to establish partnerships in the Toledo area to expand accessible transportation options with a coordinated transportation service network to achieve connectivity where gaps exist. Resources are to include a “find a ride” program; safe driving education awareness; driving cessation information; public, private, and volunteer transportation options; ride sharing; and programs to establish a link between transportation access and wellness.
Interested in staying in touch as we develop our programs? Please provide your contact information and we will update you as TARTA Mobility Management develops its resources.
TARTA does not discriminate in employment, provision of services, and/or business practices on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, military status, and physical or mental disability. TARTA prohibits workplace harassment, including sexual harassment, as well as retaliation against employees.