Programs for Seniors and the Physically Challenged

Transportation For Seniors

Annapolis Para-Transit Program,

Are you over 60? Disabled? Or on Medicare?

  • If you are a senior, 60 and older with an approved ID card, 
  • Or if you are physically challenged with an approved ID card, 
  • You can ride the Annapolis Transit fixed route for half-fare. 
  • If you would like curb to curb service, 
  • You must call 410-263-7964 to register and schedule your ride 24 hours in advance with the transportation office. 
  • The fee for curb to curb service is double the regular fare each way 
  •  If you have someone traveling with you they also would have to pay double the regular fare.

Seniors who do not have a photo ID can obtain one at 308 Chinquapin Round Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 on Wednesdays 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Disabled persons must obtain an application form from the transportation department or you can download it from the website at Here and have the application signed by a physician.

If You:     

  • Meet ADA eligibility requirements AND live within ¾ mile of an Annapolis Transit route, then;
  • The ADA curb-to-curb service fee is double the standard fare and you must make a reservation at least one day in advance.

You can: 

  • Travel to Anne Arundel Medical Center via Annapolis Transit's Red Route Moday - Saturday until 7 pm
  • Or take the Purple Route after 7:00 pm and all day sunday


Partners in Care, Ride Partners Program:
  • Offers two transportation options for adults 50 and older.  
  • Partners In Care members volunteer their time and use their own vehicles to transport other members from their homes to their destination,
  • wait with them, 
  • then take them safely home. 
  • The other option is the mobility bus, 
  • available to members and non-members, 
  • operates as an on-demand, 
  • fee for service program.  
  • The bus is wheelchair accessible and may be reserved for individual or group service. 
  • See www.partnersincare.org for additional information or call 410-544-4800.

 

The Annapolis Department of Transportation Non-Discrimination Policy

Annapolis Transit is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of the transit services Annapolis Transit offers. This policy is consistent with the requirements of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Additional information may be obtained from the Annapolis Department of Transportation.
If you believe you have been subjected to unequal treatment because of race, color, religion, sex. age, or national origin, then you have the right to file a formal complaint.
Complaints may be filed within one hundred-eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory action. Complaints may be submitted by mail, telephone, or e-mail to:
Richard A. Newell, Director
Department of Transportation, City of Annapolis, 308 Chinquapin Round Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
              Phone: 1-410-263-7964               E-mail: RANewell@annapolis.gov