• PVW In Motion

    PVW

    VTrans provided matching funds for both the Operating and Capital expenses of the “PVW In Motion” project. With the purchase of 4 new vehicles over the 3 year period, PWV will transport their own clientele to and from the day program, shifting clients off the public paratransit service.

  • Travel Training

    Travel Training

    “After I learned to transfer between buses, I realized I can go to lots of places. My Travel Trainer explained the routes I needed to take and also reminded me that I can call customer service at any time for help. This is a very good program, and it’s free!” – Melba

  • Travel Training

    Travel Training

    “ This is my chance to get away from the house without it costing very much. With the bus, you can just grab some change and take off.” – Michael

  • Transportation Reimbursement Escort Program

    Transportation Reimbursement Escort Program

    “One hundred miles a day, every day adds up to more gasoline than I can afford; but I can’t afford not to have my medical treatments. The volunteer driver program is a godsend!” – Michael

  • Community Senior Services

    Community Connections

    Lorraine, a Senior Companion, is reimbursed monthly by Cruzita who is a participant of Community Senior Services’ volunteer driver program.

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A Travel Training story: Carla

Carla is a young woman who was referred to VTrans by her case manager to assist her in navigating the Omnitrans public transportation system from her parents’ home to attend a workshop. Before her trai…ning began, Carla decided not to attend the workshop and elected to move to her own home w

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In October 2013, VTrans was awarded $100,000 in Job Access Reverse Commute (JARC) funds through SANBAG to begin the operation of a taxi voucher program available to low-income, senior and disabled residents of the San Bernardino Valley. The VTrans board agreed to match this project by funding an add

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A Travel Training Story: Glory and Richard

Siblings Glory and Richard had recently moved from Ontario to Highland when they began VTrans’ travel training program. Richard is a veteran who has several medical needs and his sister Glory is his caretaker and advocate. She accompanies him wherever he needs to go, helps him stay on top of all h

PVW In Motion

PVW

VTrans provided matching funds for both the Operating and Capital expenses of the “PVW In Motion” project. With the purchase of 4 new vehicles over the 3 year period, PWV will transport their own clientele to and from the day program, shifting clients off the public paratransit service.

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Community Connections

Community Connections is an innovative volunteer driver program offered by Community Senior Services (CSS) which provides door-through-door assisted transportation to seniors and individuals with disabilities who cannot easily use other transportation services. The program provides mileage reimbursement for volunteer drivers to transport individuals who are too frail, ill or unable to use public transportation. VTrans provides matching […]

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Loma Linda

VTrans provides matching funds toward the operation of LLADHCS’ project which provide transportation services to their clients who suffer from severe forms of dementia, taking them to and from the health care facility to access treatment and attend a daily program.

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