The Centralina region is made up of nine counties that are highly interconnected from a transportation perspective. As our region continues to grow, we expect to see more demands placed on our transit systems. Simultaneously, our population is aging quickly and we will have more individuals that do not drive, but will need to depend on public transit, human service transit, private options, or volunteer drivers to get them to their needed destinations.
Here at Centralina we work with existing transportation providers within our 9 county region to increase coordination between systems and enhance transportation options for the members of the community. We hope to create a more livable region that is positioned to meet the needs of all its citizens, including those who are most vulnerable.
For more information on mobility management or to find more information on available services in your county, click here.
Volunteer Transportation Services (VTS)
Volunteer Transportation Services (or VTS) was created in 2013 to fill the transportation gap for adults with permanent or temporary disabilities, veterans, and individuals 50 and over. By relying solely on the efforts of volunteers, it is our mission to enhance quality of life by providing access to daily life activities.
VTS is now recruiting volunteer drivers. Volunteers complete an orientation training either online or in person, a criminal and driving background check, as well as a drug screening. To become a volunteer and make a difference in the life of an older adult, veteran, or adult with a permanent or temporary disability, contact a VTS team member.
Please contact VTS for further information on upcoming trainings, how to become a volunteer driver or to add your name to the inquiry list to become a passenger.
844-VTS-RIDE (844-887-7433) or visit our website