Island Transit will be unveiling a new service beginning August 1, 2018, partnering with local social service organizations to provide the use of vans to transport their clients at their convenience. This program gives the service organizations the flexibility to schedule client outings, work programs and training as their schedule dictates. This program is uniquely designed for Island County’s service organizations who assist elderly, disabled, veterans, low income and people with limited English proficiency who are associated with their organizations and who may need access to services beyond our Fixed Routed and Para Transit Specialized Services areas or our hours of operation.
The RideLink program will operate similar to the current Vanpool program. Island Transit will provide the van, maintenance and the driver training. But unlike the Vanpool program, these vans will not be used by commuters and will not have minimum rider requirements. This program will be creating a link between people and services. The vans will be easily identified with a new RideLink logo.
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