Ready to move beyond one-size-fits-all ADA eligibility certification, but lack the budget to build out a full in-person assessment program? Whether your agency has a low-volume paratransit program or you’re looking for a way to save valuable funds in today’s post-COVID transit landscape, it’s time to go beyond the paper application and rubber stamp! If you missed our remote certification webinar featuring our Mobility Direct platform, great news – the recording is now available. Watch now to learn how you can build a more robust, yet still affordable, approach to eligibility certification.
As one of the oldest transit systems in Southern California, San Diego MTS serves an annual ridership of 88 million—including nearly 500,000 ADA paratransit trips. Struggling with unmaintainable paratransit growth, MTS sought a partner for ADA eligibility certification service to help control growth and ensure service sustainability. Find out how MTM helped MTS increase efficiencies and save more than $550,000 through our 100% in-person eligibility assessment model!
MTM is excited to announce that our latest eligibility assessment program is based right in our hometown of St. Louis! Find out how we’re partnering with St. Louis Metro to ensure applicants for its Call-A-Ride paratransit service can safely access the St. Louis community.
Following more than two years of successful operation, MTM is pleased to announce that the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) has extended its eligibility certification contract with MTM. Under the contract, which began December 1, 2016, MTM processes applications for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit eligibility.
In Los Angeles, MTM partners with Access Services–the area’s paratransit system–to conduct ADA eligibility assessments. In partnership with the system, our assessment team recently provided free mark and tethering assessments to individuals using mobility devices at the local Abilities Expo, helping ensure safe wheelchair securement on board paratransit vehicles and buses.