Douglas County Transit Solutions

Douglas County's Local Coordinating Council (LCC)

On February 2, 2012, Douglas County’s Local Coordinating Council (LCC) was established through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between 21 founding member organizations including jurisdictions, key transit providers, and relevant community organizations.

The following is a roster of those organizations:

  1. Douglas County Government
  2. City of Castle Pines
  3. City of Lone Tree
  4. Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District
  5. Town of Castle Rock
  6. Town of Larkspur
  7. Town of Parker
  8. Parker Senior Center
  9. Castle Rock Senior Center
  10. To the Rescue!
  11. First Transit
  12. Love, INC of Littleton
  13. Amazing Wheels
  14. Yellow Cab
  15. CATCO
  16. Colorado Senior Lobby
  17. Tri-County Health Department
  18. Douglas/Elbert Taskforce
  19. Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce
  20. Arc of Douglas and Arapahoe
  21. Developmental Pathways

An LCC is a formal, multi-purpose, long-term alliance of community organizations, individuals, and interest groups that work together to achieve common goals regarding public transportation.  An LCC implements and oversees the provision of coordinated transportation in their community or region.  Establishment of LCC’s in communities across the state is a focal point in CDOT’s strategy to improve the coordination of public transportation programs.

Transit Survey


The mission of Douglas County Transit Solutions is to collaboratively develop resources to meet the mobility needs in Douglas County.

Call First Call (formerly DCTS Rides) at 303-660-7519 for information on transportation in Douglas County. This Call Center will assist customers in finding the best transportation options to meet their needs.Available Services:

For more information, please call 7-1-1 or 800-659-2656 for TTY hearing impaired persons. For emergency transportation call 9-1-1. DC Transit Solutions can also be reached via e-mail at

Statement of Rights:
Title VI Notice to Beneficiaries

Douglas County, including Douglas County Transit Solutions, provides services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, or disability, according to the provisions contained in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations (Executive Order 12898).

To request additional information on Douglas County’s Title VI/ Nondiscrimination policy or to file a discrimination complaint, please contact the Transit Mobility Program Manager, Eugene Howard at or 303-814-4361. You may also contact the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Center for Equal Opportunity at 303-757-9303.

The Complaint Procedure can be found by contacting the Transit Mobility Program Manager or you may access CDOT’s Complaint Procedure.