Transportation is a basic need and reliable transportation becomes difficult with age.
After October 1, 2022, Seabury will no longer house the ConnectorCard program.
New cards will be issued through Yellow Cab. Participants in the current Seabury ConnectorCard program do not have to re-enroll in ConnectorCard program from Yellow Card. The new loads will be activated on their cards from Yellow Cab as they spend down the funds on their current cards.
The contact information for Yellow Cab is (202) 420-7534 or www.connector-card.com
Senior MedExpress provides essential non-emergency medical transportation and meal delivery for older adults. Call (202) 724-5626 to enroll.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) offers reduced fares and paratransit service for seniors and people with disabilities. Visit wmata.com for more information.
Transport DC provides an alternative to paratransit transportation service for eligible MetroAccess customers who are residents of Washington, DC. Transport DC provides $5 taxi cab rides to and from any location in DC — without location restrictions — from the 1st of month through the 15th. For the remainder of the month, transportation is restricted to employment and medical treatment locations only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-645-7300 for more information.
Arlington Neighborhood Village (ANV) provides members in Arlington County transportation support through a network of volunteers for errands, doctor appointments, and trips to the pharmacy. To become a member visit their website. https://anvarlington.org/join/
Senior Services of Alexandria provides clients support to coordinate transportation with DOT para transit and Diamond Transportation or DASH buses. If you have any questions regarding this program, call (703) 836-4414, ext. 116.
Montgomery County, MD offers several senior transportation options. Check out their website to learn about Connect-A-Ride (CAR), Senior SmarTrip, or VillageRide. Call 301-738-3252 for more information.