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This site has been designed to help answer questions about getting older. To learn how to make the best use of these resources, please watch the video to the left.

SeniorSource is a partnership with:
  • 9NEWS
  • Caring for Colorado Foundation
  • Colorado Department of Human Services
  • Colorado Health Foundation
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments
  • Rose Community Foundation

Alternative Transportaton

8/27/2014 4:31:29 PM

Transportation services are an important part of maintaining a high quality of life by helping people live as independently as possible. But there are so many transportation options available in the Denver metro area, it's hard to know where to start to find the one that is right for you! But whether you can no longer drive, need a ride to a medical appointment, or just want to head downtown to go to dinner and a play, you have options.

This Getting There Guide, produced by the Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC), can help you determine your options. You can view the Getting There Guide online by going click on the menu at the top of this website or by going to You can also request a hard copy online or by calling 303-243-3113. The Getting There Guide is also available in Spanish and as a digital audio file.

For those who are web-savvy, looking for help narrowing down options even further, and are ready to answer a series of questions, you can also try the brand-new resource TransitOptions! This online database asks a series of questions and provides a list of options for specific situations. You can access this resource at

For those living in more rural areas around the state, please contact your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for more localized transportation options. Find contact information for your local AAA.

DRMAC's Transportation Information and Assistance Center is also available to help you find transportation. Call 303-243-3113 to talk with a Transportation Resources Specialist to help you identify the options that best meet your needs.

DRMAC is a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center and is funded in part by the Getting There Collaborative, a joint, multi-year transportation initiative of The Colorado Health Foundation and Rose Community Foundation.