The Stanislaus County Fare Assistance subsidy pilot program known as the “PASS Program” supports individuals and community agencies with bus tickets for low-income seniors and disabled residents. Bus tickets/ passes will be distributed by partnering agencies and MOVE. This program is available now! If you have a need, please contact staff at MOVE to add
Our mission is to provide transportation to residents in rural Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties by utilizing volunteers and mobility management for anyone who has barriers to transportation. Become a Volunteer Driver—Today! Becoming a Volunteer Driver is rewarding. You meet friendly people, experience the gratification of assisting someone in need and are reimbursed for miles
What is “Volunteers on the Go (VOGO)”? Volunteers on the Go (VOGO) pilot is a partnership of the Volunteer Transport Center Inc. (VTC) and MOVE. VOGO Provides rides to Stanislaus and San Joaquin residents who live in rural areas outside of public transit. Volunteers use their own vehicles to provide rides for residents that live
Have some free time, love to drive, and want to help Homebound or Disabled Veterans? Become a VetsVan volunteer driver today! We are happy to be flexible with your schedule. Qualifications? You must have a valid California Driver’s License, Auto Insurance, and be willing to do a no-cost background check. Orientation Training provided by MOVE.
What is VetsVan? This is a no-cost program where rides are provided by volunteer drivers to medical appointments. The VetsVan program is designed primarily for homebound Veterans in Stanislaus County, but also considers disabled Veterans who have had a loss of independence and are not capable of taking other forms of transportation, due to their