December 31, 2011

Supplemental Transportation Programs in Maine

Links to Supplemental Transportation Programs in Maine such as non-profit organizations that provide a variety of community run services for seniors, the disabled, and disadvantaged youths. For a detailed listing of agencies in each state that provide transportation services, go to the Supplemental Transportation Program Directory.

Coastal Trans, Inc. (CTI) - A non-profit subsidiary of Methodist Conference Home, a State of Maine designated Regional Transportation Provider of NEMT for MaineCare.

Regional Transportation Program (RTP) - Established in 1976, this agency provides publicly funded low-cost transport to the elderly, social agency clients, the economically disadvantaged, and persons with disabilities throughout Cumberland County, Maine. RTPservices 26 towns and cities in the county including Portland.

York Community Action Corporation - Established in 1965, this non-profit provides services and programs that help those most in need in York County, Maine. Thetransportation program includes a number of initiatives including: bus service, Sanford Transit, volunteer driver program, The Wave, self transport program, Shoreline Explorer, and Trolley Charters.

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