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Valley Transit II

Valley Transit II is specialized paratransit service for residents of the Fox Cities with special needs. This service is administered by Valley Transit, with service provided, under contract, by Running, Inc.

Valley Transit II provides transportation in different ways to two groups of people. People with disabilities, who are unable to use the fixed route system, are able to use Valley Transit II under the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Seniors who are over 60 and who live in Outagamie or Calumet County, in the Fox Cities, are also able to use the system. The services Valley Transit II provides are not identical for these two groups of people. Both groups require special certification in order to use the service.

Valley Transit II service is not meant for emergency or urgent medical care transportation. Passengers eligible for medical assistance reimbursement should use specialized medical transportation. Further, Valley Transit II does not provide same day or unscheduled service. Reservations must be made a day in advance.

Valley Transit II provides two types of services:
  • Basic - Door-to-Door
  • Premium - Premium service is required when: the vehicle will be left unattended for a substantial amount of time, the vehicle is out of the driver's sight, or when assistance is requested beyond the first doorway.
Please click here to see more details on Valley Transit II

For information on transportation programs and services for people with disabilities and the elderly in Winnebago County, please visit the Winnebago County Aging and Disability Resource Center's website. Transportation information is also listed in the "Going Places in Winnebago County" brochure.
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