The Greater Dayton RTA is joining forces with the Ford Motor Company in a project to offer transportation in the region with Ford GoRide Health, RTA announced today in a release.
Under the RTA Connect family of services, this project will add a new channel of transportation for RTA paratransit customers.
Ford GoRide Health, which started at the beginning of May, is a non-emergency medical transportation service featuring professional drivers and wheelchair-accessible vehicles.
“RTA’s partnership with GoRide is a great example of RTA’s ability to coordinate and connect the community with a highly qualified mobility provider, “ RTA Chief Customer and Business Development Officer Brandon Policicchio said. “GoRide will expand, enhance, and complement existing RTA and other mobility services within the region.”
GoRide drivers are HIPAA compliant and trained to safely assist passengers. It also offers an on-demand option that’s useful for customers with disabilities or that require an accessible vehicle.
For more information, visit www.iriderta.org/RTAConnect.
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