Tri-County Community Council is the local Community Transportation Coordinator in Santa Rosa County which coordinates medical and non-medical transportation services for the Transportation Disadvantaged community. Para transit (door to door) service is available to Santa Rosa County residents that qualify.
Several agencies sponsor client transportation needs and pay all or most of the cost. The Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged provides cost sharing assistance for individuals who are not sponsored and meet eligibility criteria. If you would like to see if you qualify for assistance you will need to complete an application. Please call 850-626-6806 for information about the Transportation Disadvantaged Program.
Santa Rosa County Veterans Memorial Foundation, Inc. and Tri-County Community Council have partnered to provide shuttle service on Tuesdays and Thursdays free of charge to Santa Rosa County veterans in need of transportation to the Veterans Affairs Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) in Pensacola.
For More Vets to VA Clinics Information:
Veterans Memorial Foundation
Vets to VA Clinics
Milton, FL 32570
The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery program provides transportation to and from treatment for people with cancer who do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves.
Guaranteed Ride Home is only one of the services provided by Ride On Commuter Services. Ride On is funded by the Florida
Department of Transportation to encourage carpooling, vanpooling, and riding transit. Its goals are to connect workers with
jobs in an affordable way, reduce traffic congestion, reduce motor vehicle emissions, and make commuting to and from work a
pleasant experience. Contact Ride On to learn about the employee tax benefit for transit and van pool riders.
There are Park & ride lots throughout the ten-county region and are used as central meeting points for commuters engaged in
carpool and vanpool activities. Most Park & Ride lots are constructed by the Florida Department of Transportation for use by the public.
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The ECAT system currently provides service to the City of Pensacola and Escambia County through the fixed-route bus, seasonal
Pensacola Beach trolley, University of West Florida (UWF) on-campus trolley and ADA paratransit transportation.
Okaloosa County Transit "Ride the Wave" system currently provides service to Okaloosa County and South Walton County
through the fixed-route bus and ADA paratransit transportation