AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY: ROAD TO RECOVERY
For cancer patients only; Free; The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program provides transportation to and from treatment for people who have cancer who do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves. Volunteer drivers donate their time and the use of their cars so that patients can receive the life-saving treatments they need.
AMTRAK & CAPITOL CORRIDOR
Train Runs from Auburn to San Jose; The Capitol Corridor is an intercity passenger train system that provides a convenient alternative to traveling along the congested I-80, I-680 and I-880 freeways by operating fast, reliable and affordable intercity rail service to 16 stations in 8 Northern California counties: Placer, Sacramento, Yolo, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Francisco, and Santa Clara, a 170-mile rail corridor. An extensive, dedicated motorcoach network provides bus connections to serve the second-largest urban service area in the Western United States.
CALIFORNIA CO-OP CAB
Services Sacramento & parts of Yolo County; Will pick up in West Sacramento and bring to Davis or Woodland but will not pick up in Davis or Woodland unless they brought client to Davis or Woodland.
COMMUNITY CARE CAR (WOODLAND)
Woodland only. Serves seniors within the Woodland city-limits to appointments, shopping, and leisure activities. Reservations are required of riders made a minimum one-day in advance. The service is free and a donation is requested of all persons using the service. However, seniors must be able to get in and out of the vehicle on their own.
DAVIS COMMUNITY TRANSIT
Davis Community Transit is an advance reservation, origin‐to‐destination paratransit service, provided that both origin and destination are within ¾ mile of the the fixed route services of Unitrans and Yolobus within Davis; Customers can utilize if qualify under the Americans with Disability Act.
SACRAMENTO REGIONAL TRANSIT
The Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT) operates 67 bus routes and 38.6 miles of light rail covering a 418 square-mile service area. Buses and light rail run 365 days a year using 76 light rail vehicles, 182 buses (with an additional 30 buses in reserve) powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) and 11 shuttle vans. Buses operate daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. every 12 to 75 minutes, depending on the route. Light rail trains begin operation at 4 a.m. with service every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes in the evening and on weekends.
SENIOR TRANS- PORTATION VOUCHER PROGRAM
The transportation program will provide disabled seniors with vouchers to be used as tickets for Yolobus Special. The vouchers may be used for medical appointments, shopping or a variety of other purposes. They can be redeemed within cities or be used between cities in Yolo County (including some locations in Sacramento for medical appointments). To be eligible, a person must be at least 60 years of age and be certified by a healthcare professional as needing door-to-door assistance.
(1) Must already be registered for Yolobus Special
Certified by a physician as needing door-to-door assistance
(2) 60 years or older
(3) Fill out forms with Senior Link
(4) Given a pack of 10 vouchers and up to 2 packs
Each Voucher worth $3 (one-way trip)
Go to Davis $4 (need to give one more dollar + voucher if traveling from Woodland)
Yolo Adult Day Health Center: (530) 666-8828
Senior Link: (530) 207-4250 or (877) 883-4927
SHORES OF HOPE
Shuttle will pick up at home and drop off at West Sacramento Community Center on certain days of the week.
(916) 372-0200 ext. 100
UC DAVIS MEDICAL CENTER SHUTTLE PROGRAM (SACRAMENTO)
UC Davis Medical Center on Stockton Boulevard connects to the 39th Street light rail station.
Seniors (60 years and older) may ride Unitrans for free with a senior pass that can be picked up at the Davis Senior Center. Buses run from 7am-11pm on weekdays and 9am-6pm on weekends. Buses also run less frequently during summer and during the holidays. Schedules can be picked up at frequent bus stops in Davis or can be found on the Unitrans website.
Provides volunteer transportation for seniors and disabled veterans in Yolo County for VA medical visits only. If client resides in Davis, Woodland or West Sacramento they will pick up and drop off at place of residence. If live in outer areas of Yolo County, client must get to office in Woodland in order to obtain a ride. Donations are greatly appreciated.
137 N Cottonwood St
Woodland, CA 95695
VIA IN WEST SACRAMENTO
West Sacramento On-Demand makes getting around easy and affordable to get where you need to go. First, create an account by downloading the Via Affordable Rideshare App on any compatible Smartphone or Tablet, or contact the city for assistance (Program Manager, Sarah Strand, at ). Once your account is created, simply book a ride using the Smartphone App or by calling over the phone. You’ll receive an estimated time of arrival (usually 10-15 minutes) and may be asked to walk a short distance (200-500 feet) to meet your ride. Mobility limited riders must request door-to-door service by phone. A Mercedes Benz Via van will pick you up and get you to your destination. Standard fares are just $3.50 one-way, or $1.75 for Seniors & Disabled Riders who apply for and receive a discount.
WINTERS MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS CAR
Volunteer driver will drive to medical appointments in Winters area; no longer have use of van so rider must be mobile. Appointments must be made at least a week in advance.
WOODLAND COMMUNITY CARE CAR, INC.
Woodland Community Care Car, Inc. provides transportation within Woodland city limits to ambulatory older adults age 55 years and older. It is an all-volunteer organization. For reservations or to volunteer call hours 8-3:30 M-F.
The Yolo County Transportation District administers YOLOBUS, which operates local and intercity bus service 365 days a year in Yolo County and neighboring areas. YOLOBUS serves Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland, downtown Sacramento, Sacramento International Airport, Cache Creek Casino Resort, Esparto, Madison, Dunnigan and Knights Landing.
As an added convenience for our riders, Yolobus makes connections with other local public transportation systems. With connections to Unitrans and Fairfield-Suisun Transit in Davis, and Regional Transit and Light Rail in Sacramento, you have a wide range of options.
YOLO BUS SPECIAL
Must meet eligibility requirements. ADA Paratransit Service in Yolo County is provided by Yolobus Special and Davis Community Transit. It is available on a prearranged basis for any trips proposed within the designated service area. Yolobus Special serves the cities of Davis, West Sacramento, Woodland and portions of Sacramento.