The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) has allocated $1 million in TIP funds for Human Service Transportation (HST) in 2020. The HST funds are intended to provide trips for vulnerable populations, including, but not limited to, veterans, older adults, low income, and the transit dependent.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Operate demand response or fixed-route service within the DRCOG MPO boundaries
- Derived from the DRCOG Coordinated Transit Plan (Appendix 6 of the DRCOG 2040 Metro Vision Regional Transportation Plan) and the DRCOG Area Agency on Aging (AAA) Four-Year Plan
Applications for the capital purchase of new vehicles will be considered and require a 20% match funded entirely by the applicant agency.
Interested applicants should contact the Douglas County Mobility Manager at email@example.com or 303-660-7460.
About the Coordinating Council
On February 2, 2012, Douglas County’s Local Coordinating Council (LCC) was established through a Memorandum of Understanding among 20 founding member organizations, including jurisdictions, key transit providers, and relevant community organizations. Membership has continued to expand. The mission of Douglas County Transit Solutions (DCTS) is to collaboratively develop resources to meet mobility needs. View current members of the DCTS.