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Transportation

For many people in San Diego, lack of transportation prevents them from accessing health care, applying for public benefits, getting a good job, and more. As we connect individuals and families to community, health, and disaster services, we also provide information on public transportation, senior ride programs, paratransit programs, and specialized transit information providers like SANDAG’s 511SD service and FACT San Diego’s ride brokerage service.

Supporting our Older Adults in Partnership with:

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Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT): FACT is a nonprofit agency designated by SANDAG to coordinate public, nonprofit, private and other transportation services in San Diego County. FACT seeks to improve access to transportation for seniors, persons with disabilities, veterans, and the income disadvantaged and fill gaps in existing services.

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SANDAG: SANDAG serves as the forum for regional decision-making for the 18 cities and county government in the San Diego region. SANDAG is governed by a Board of Directors composed of mayors, council members, and county supervisors from each of the region’s local governments. SANDAG responds to most federal, state, and local mandates that apply to regions.