Public Transportation (Rural and Urban)

Public transportation is critical for a large percentage of the senior population.
The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated the situation for seniors to continue to get transportation to such things like doctor appointments or the grocery store. They are at a higher risk for severe complications of the disease, so it is imperative that public transportation remain a safe option for the seniors that have no way to get where they need to go. Continuing to help provide a  comfortable and happy lifestyle is a goal that is at the forefront of the information provided below.

  • CDC Fact Sheets to Aid Public Transportation Operators Amid the Pandemic
  • CDC Recommendations for Protecting Yourself When Using Public Transportation
  • Face Masks on Public Transportation - Changing Advice
  • American Public Transportation Association (APTA); The COVID-19 Pandemic - Public Transportation Responds: Safeguarding Riders and Employees


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The CDC has also developed fact sheets to aid public transportation operators amid the pandemic. 

Read Here



CDC recommendations for protecting yourself when using public transportation.

Read Here



Facemasks on public transportation - changing advice:

Facemasks strongly recommended. 

Read Here



American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
The COVID-19 Pandemic - Public Transportation Responds: Safeguarding Riders and Employees.

Read Here


Wisconsin Association of Mobility Managers is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

Attn: Jeff Segebrecht
138 South Iowa Street
Dodgeville, WI 53533

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