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Chapter 15: Transportation

Section 3: Other Urban Transportation Resources

Listing by city

Gatesway Lift Program

1217 E. College
Broken Arrow,  OK   74012

918-258-3900 Voice
918-259-1493 Fax

bmaxwell@gatesway.org
www.gatesway.org

Broken Arrow area only. Must be certified by a doctor as unable to use regular public transit. $1.50 one-way fare. Curb to curb service.

Aging Services of Canadian County

1300 S. Country Club Rd.
El Reno,   OK   73036

405-262-2552 Voice
405-262-7121 Voice

 
 

Serves age 60 and over clients of Aging Services of Canadian County. Lift equipped vehicle is available and transportation is by appointment.

El Reno Senior Citizens' Center

317 S. Grand
El Reno,   OK   73036-3609

405-262-1968 Voice

 
 

For persons age 55 or over and persons with disabilities, transportation is available for shopping, medical appointments, and other business within El Reno. Call in advance to schedule rides.

Logan County Aging Services

1102 East Warner Avenue
Guthrie,   OK   73044

405-282-1803 Voice
405-282-1806 Fax

 
 

Private non-profit entity dedicated to providing services to those aged 60 years and over. Transportation for persons age 60 plus. Lift equipped.

Brand Senior Center

Moore Council on Aging
501 E. Main
Moore,   OK   73160-5934

405-799-3130 Voice

 
 

Shopping, errands, medical appointment trips for persons who are elderly or disabled. Offered through a joint project with the City of Moore which provides drivers. Hours of operation approximately 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Call one day in advance to schedule.

Veterans Affairs Shuttle

125 S Main St # 1B30
Muskogee,   OK   74401

918-781-7764 Voice

 
www.dav.org/

Twice daily shuttle to VA Medical Center in Muskogee.

Kiwanis Kruiser

Aging Services of Cleveland County
601 N. Porter
Norman,   OK   73071

405-321-3200 Voice

 
 

Furnishes door to door transportation to senior citizens for doctor appointments, groceries, and errands. For doctor appointments make reservation one week in advance. A lift equipped van serves the Norman area every day except on 2nd Tuesday of the month, when the vehicle is in service in Little Axe. Donation of 50 cents each way if affordable. No one is refused transportation. Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday- Friday. Reservations are made the day previous to ride.

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency
1125 E. Main
Norman,   OK   73071

405-701-2132 Voice

 
www.cocaa.org/rsvp.html

RSVP volunteers also provide transportation through the Provide a Ride program, helping people get to doctor visits and other important appointments.

MedRide - Oklahoma City

4225 S.W. 44th St.
Oklahoma City,  OK  73119

877-685-8267 Toll Free
405-685-8267 Voice 405-680-7433 Fax

 
www.medride.com

MedRide is a service to assist people with physical limitations who require transportation to various locations, including doctor's appointments, hospital release, shopping, visiting family and friends

MedRide - Oklahoma Critical Care Transport

4225 SW 44th Street
Oklahoma City,  OK  73119

877-685-8267 Toll Free
405-680-7433 Fax

bobby@medride.com
www.medride.com

MedRide is a service to assist people with physical limitations who require transportation to various locations, including doctor's appointments, hospital release, shopping, visiting family and friends

Metro Transit

Special Transportation Services
300 S.W. 7th St.
Oklahoma City,   OK   73109

405-235-7433 Voice
405-297-2602 TDD
405-297-2896 Fax

 
www.gometro.org

Metro Transit operates a fixed-route bus system plus transportation programs for special populations. The main service focus is Oklahoma City proper, with limited service to Bethany, Del City, Midwest City, Edmond, Nichols Hills, and Norman. Programs include:

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency
Seminole County
512 N. Timmons
Seminole,  OK   74868

405-303-2389 Voice

 
www.cocaa.org/rsvp.html

RSVP volunteers also provide transportation through the Provide a Ride program, helping people get to doctor visits and other important appointments.

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency
Pottawatomie County
401 N. Bell
Shawnee,   OK   74801

405-275-7910 Voice

 
www.cocaa.org/rsvp.html

RSVP volunteers also provide transportation through the Provide a Ride program, helping people get to doctor visits and other important appointments.

Tulsa Transit

Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority
510 S. Rockford Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74120-4016

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 52488
Tulsa,   OK   74152-0488

918-582-2100 Voice, Customer Info.
918-585-1195 Voice, Administration
918-582-5209 Fax

info@tulsatransit.org
www.tulsatransit.org

Fixed Route Buses: Buses run Monday through Saturday with no service on Sunday. Tulsa Transit's bus service is available throughout the City of Tulsa, and extends into Jenks, Sand Springs and Broken Arrow. Tulsa Transit also offers reduced fares for youth, seniors and persons with disabilities. If you're 75 or older, you can get a Super Senior pass and ride free. All buses are lift-equipped.

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06/27/2012