Alternate Transportation Options
In an effort to increase transportation and mobility options for eligible seniors, persons with disabilities, and low-income residents, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) developed the Community Mobility Project as a reimbursement program to match eligible transportation expense for non-profit 501 (c) (3) organizations.
The following organizations have partnered with the RTC to participate in the Community Mobility Project (CMP) project.
Helping Hands of Vegas Valley
Program: HHOVV Transportation Program
Transportation, supplemented by a team of volunteers who drive their own cars, is provided to clients to grocery stores, doctor’s offices or pharmacies, social events, and other social service agencies.
Jewish Family Service Agency
Program: Las Vegas Senior Lifeline Transportation
Transportation service options provided to vulnerable, low-income seniors for medical, social service, and nutrition purposes.
Program: Helping Hands of Henderson
Transportation to Henderson residents over the age of 60, with priority given to those who are low income, frail, or disabled, to accommodate medical appointments, food security, social, and other needs.
Lend a Hand of Boulder City
Program: Senior / Disabled Transportation Project
Volunteer-based transportation program, serving the disabled, frail, and elderly residents of Boulder City, to provide medical trips to and from the metropolitan Las Vegas Valley area.
Capability Health and Human Services
Program: Job Access Reverse Commute
Transportation is provided to clients attending vocational training, community outings, volunteer outings and work sites in the Las Vegas Valley.
Program: Transportation for Low-Income Senior & Families Living in Affordable Housing / NV HAND Properties
Nevada HAND property shuttle service provides residents with transportation to accommodate food, medical, and social needs.
Program: Community Outings and Work Readiness Program
Transportation options are provided for citizens with moderate to profound physical and intellectual disabilities to be able to access critical life skills and activities, work readiness programs and job-site locations, and social programs.