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Subsidized or public transportation for the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area

St. Louis
, Missouri subsidized and public transportation

Call a Ride                 To apply (314) 982-1510

North County reservations          (314) 534-4144

South County reservations           (314) 534-2255

West County reservations            (314) 534-1544

TTY                                              (314) 534-5055

Inquiry/cancellations                    (314) 289-5230 

707 N. First St.

St. Louis, MO 63102

M-F, 4 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; S.-S., 5 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 

Call-A-Ride Plus

To Apply                                     (314) 92-1510 

For disabled St. Louis, Missouri city and county residents. Application/disability evaluation required.  Once certified you receive a plus card.  cannot travel city or near city without a card. 

Department of Human Services/City of Maryland Heights     (314) 434-1919

2344 McKelvey Rd.

Maryland Heights, Missouri 63043 

Transportation services provided for residents of Maryland Heights age 62 and over, or for individuals with a disability.  Transportation is provided for essential errands and medical appointments. 

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)       314) 289-6443 

Volunteers provide free transportation to VA hospital for ambulatory patients.  Call for more information. 

Medicaid Non-Emergency Transportation 1-888-863-9513 

Call for free ride if there's no other way to get to a scheduled medical appointment.  You should usually call five days in advance to make arrangements. 

See Page #2 for subsidized of public transportation for the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area



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