Beyond the Borders Bus Service - Beyond the Borders assists seniors, people with disabilities, or low income residents of Pierce County who live outside of the Pierce Transit service area. Get free transportation services from your home to Pierce Transit bus stops in Graham or at the Wal-Mart on Highway 7.
Find a Ride – From Sound Transit. Provides links to transportation tools such as the transit trip planner, and includes a searchable database to allow people with special transportation needs, case managers and agencies to find transportation in the central Puget Sound region.
Gig Harbor/Peninsula FISH Food Bank – Provides transportation to medical appointments for low-income residents.
Lakewood Area Shelter Association – Bus fare assistance to Lakewood Area residents.
Non-Emergency Transportation Services (DSHS) - The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) pays for transportation services to get you to and from needed non-emergency healthcare appointments. These appointments must be for services allowed by your medical program. For more information, contact Transportation Services at 800-562-3022.
Our Lady Queen of Heaven-Saint Vincent de Paul – Assists with bus tickets and gas. Provides outreach services to residents living in specified boundaries within the following zip codes: 98387, 98445, 98580.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Address: 14601 A St. S., Tacoma, WA 98444
Pierce Trips – Provides information on setting up carpools and vanpools, as well as exploring flexible work options and public transit solutions.
Ride Share Online - RideshareOnline.com provides an easy way to find others in Washington who are interested in sharing their commute in a carpool or vanpool.
Many Charities and Community Services may also offer transportation and/or referral assistance.
2-1-1 United Way Directory - Find resources for transportation and other community services.
Tel: 253-548-3300 Fax: 253-537-4600 Washington Relay TTY: 711
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