ACT’s Travel Training program seeks to help individuals overcome barriers to transportation in order to promote independent travel and to improve access to health care and basic services. Travel Trainings are usually hosted by senior housing developments or senior centers, but can be held for any group of people that might find it useful.
Travel Training includes in-depth information on using the COAST and Wildcat Transit bus systems, including how to read the schedule, plan your route, and how much it costs. Information is also provided on the senior shuttles and volunteer driver programs in the Seacoast that pick riders up at their homes and bring them to medical appointments, shopping trips, etc.
Trainings can be geared towards potential riders, or for staff members who need to learn how to help their clients use the bus system.
For help using the transportation options available in the Seacoast, please call TripLink at 603-834-6010. One of our Reservationists can help you find the resource that best meets your needs.
If you are interested in scheduling a Travel Training, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-516-0796.