Public transportation, door-to-door transportation, bus transportation, car transportation. Seniors in Atlanta want to be independent and having access to transportation allows them to live vibrant and healthy lives. Whether for shopping, recreational, religious, social or medical trips, seniors in Atlanta need to get around the communities in which they live. Ask any senior in Atlanta and they'll tell you that transportation is vital to the quality of their life so that they may take care of their medical, social and recreational needs.



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 Atlanta Transportation | Non-Medical Transport

Transportation is one of the most important issues in the daily lives of older adults trying to maintain vitality and independence in the communities where they live.

Several options are available in the Metro Atlanta area. Transportation options vary from public transit, including that with capabilities for those with disabilities, to services that provide medical transportation to and from hospital and doctors' offices and Private Home Care services that offer light errand transportation.

Some local places of worship and senior centers offer free transportation services, and some charge a small fee. Contact your local Senior Center to see if transportation options are available. If you live in an Assisted Living Community, transportation may be included with your fees or may be available for an additional fee.

Other transportation options are listed in your Senior Resources Directory.

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