I need a ride in Douglas County…

Rides for eligible residents of Douglas County.

Douglas County First Call connects Douglas County seniors, people with disabilities, and their families, with free information and referrals to transportation and other services.

Douglas County residents* may qualify for grant-subsidized services if you can answer yes to any of these questions:

  • Are you age 60 or older?
  • Are you a person living with a disability?
  • Is your income below 200 percent of poverty (please see Monthly Income Eligibility Standards chart below)? 

Please note that grant funds are limited and availability is not guaranteed.  Contact First Call at 330-660-7519 for more information.

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*Douglas County residents have a physical address in the county.  For homeless residents, the following factors may be considered when determining residency: child enrolled in a Douglas County School District school, employed within Douglas County, benefits and services obtained through Douglas County Human Services, or documents demonstrating your last permanent residence was in Douglas County). 

Grant funds identified above are available through the following grant partners:

Other Transit Services available:

  • RTD – Public transportation information including:
  • Lone Tree Link – The Lone Tree Link is a free shuttle service that connects employment centers on Park Meadows Drive with RTD light rail, as well as entertainment and retail.
  • Lone Tree Link On Demand Powered by Uber – Link on Demand offers FREE door-to-door on-demand service rides within the Lone Tree city limits.
  • Way to Go – Way to Go is a regional partnership between the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and a dedicated group of Transportation Management Associations. These agencies work together to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, and make life better for the region’s residents.
  • Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC) DRMAC is the Regional Coordinating Council for the Greater Denver metro area. They meet every other month and welcome all who have an interest in transit.  DRMAC also prepares “The Getting There Guide”, which helps to identify a variety of transportation options.