Aloha from Honolulu! MTM recently launched our newest On the Move program in Honolulu, Hawaii, where we’ve partnered with the Department of Transportation Services to conduct eligibility assessments for TheHandi-Van ADA paratransit service.
The leadership team for MTM’s On the Move program, which provides high quality management of functional assessment and travel training services, is expanding with the hiring of Michael Davis in the role of Director of Functional Assessments and Travel Training (East).
You’ve started a travel training program—now what? If you missed our webinar with the South West Transit Association (SWTA) on growing your travel training program, you can new view a recording of the event. ,
Paratransit eligibility can be a tricky subject—we’re helping you become an expert! If you missed our webinar with the South West Transit Association (SWTA) on paratransit eligibility and ADA basics, you can now view a recording of the event.
APTA will host their 2017 Bus and Paratransit Conference May 7th through the 10th at the Grand Sierra in Reno Nevada. Catch MTM and Ride Right leaders there!
As MTM’s On the Move functional assessment and travel training program continues to expand nationwide, we are pleased to announce that we have contracted with San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) to perform ADA Paratransit Client Certification Services.
Seeking a partner to help design a new eligibility process for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit services, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) recently selected MTM, Inc. to operate its eligibility assessment and certification program. MARTA Mobility is a complementary paratransit service that serves 11,000 individuals who are unable to utilize accessible fixed route public transit due to a physical or cognitive disability or limiting health condition. Under the contract, MTM will leverage its On the Move program to perform paratransit eligibility certifications.
Read a Minnesota Field Monitor’s preparation and expectations for his first paratransit transportation experience, and the new perspective a driver opened up for him.
MTM, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a paratransit brokerage contract for MTA New York City Transit (MTA NYCT)’s Access-A-Ride (AAR) program. Under this new program, MTM will subcontract with livery and black car companies to ensure AAR customers have access to their community through paratransit service, a type of flexible transportation provided to passengers with disabilities. Like …