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Accessibility

All Shore Transit vehicles and facilities are handicap accessible and Shore Transit accepts portable oxygen, respirators and concentrators on all vehicles. 

  • Use fixed route transportation, when  possible.
  • Shore Transit accepts any wheelchair device that can be safely accommodated by our wheelchair lifts.
  • Arrive at the bus or paratransit pickup point at the correct time.
  • Know how to contact the transportation provider and receive route schedules/information.
  • Know how to cancel a ride.
  • Keep service animals under control.
  • Request lap/shoulder belts and securement for your wheelchair, if desired.
  • Pay the proper fare.
  • For more information, please read Rules to Riding the Fixed Route Bus.
  • Upon notification, Shore Transit will consider requests for reasonable modification to its existing ADA service policies and/or practices, in order to ensure accessible services. Please contact 443-260-2300 to make a request.
  • If you are ADA certified and have a card from another agency, you are already eligible to use our ADA services. Residents and visitors that do not have a certified ADA card may use the service for up to 21 days in a 365 day period without obtaining certification. Please call 443-260-2300 to receive additional information on our eligibility certification process.

 

  Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

 

          
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