MOVE staff works in partnership with transportation providers and human services agencies throughout Stanislaus County to connect people with life changing transportation options. At community events, in presentations, and in one-to-one interactions, they share their extensive knowledge about MAX, StaRT, CAT, and BLST – the County’s four public transit agencies – as well as the transportation services provided by MOVE and other human service organizations.

Partner Opportunities


Community Partner Grant Program


Community Partners Grant Program (funded by Measure L) provides an opportunity for Stanislaus County non-profit agencies who provide services to seniors, individuals with disabilities and Veterans to apply for funding to assist their clients with transportation needs. This funding may be used to either expand a current transportation program or develop a new program to meet transportation needs not currently met my other programs in Stanislaus County.

Grant applications will be accepted until funding is no longer available. Should your agency have a transportation need that is currently not being met by any programs available in Stanislaus County, please contact:
Hayley Vieyra at: 209-672-1143 or hayleyv@movestanislaus.org
Currently two programs have been awarded funding for transportation programs.
  • Catholic Charities: Catholic Charities of Stockton provides a Senior Transportation Program to Stanislaus County residents 60 years and older to medical appointments and other destinations. Funding awarded for expansion of services beginning 2020.
  • Veteran Services Office – The Veteran Services Office of Modesto has created a new program to provide bus passes to qualifying low-income Veterans in Stanislaus County.

  • Scholarships Fund:

    The MOVE Scholarship Fund provides qualifying organizations with funding to improve staff training in technical and managerial skills related to transportation programs. These trainings could include attendance at industry conferences such as Cal ACT, participation in training programs conducted by the National Transit Institute (NTI), specialized programs such as wheelchair securement training conducted by national firms, or courses in business skills such as technology or grant writing. The funds are used for registration, travel, lodging, meals, for staff member to attend training. Grant recipients are required to report back to MOVE on the results of the training. This could be in the form of a brief written report to MOVE Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
    To apply for the scholarship, please contact:

    Hayley Vieyra at
    209-672-1143
    or hayleyv@movestanislaus.org

    Partners


    The Vamos Mobility travel options smartphone application connects Stanislaus and San Joaquin residents with affordable and clean ways to get you where you want to go. Vamos Mobility currently lets you plan trips in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties, and will soon be available more widely in the Valley. For more information, visit
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    Modesto Area Express (MAX) provides public transit services throughout Modesto, Empire, and Salida. Commuter service to ACE and BART is also available through MAX.
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    Stanislaus Regional Transit (StaRT) provides public transit services throughout Stanislaus County. Services include fixed route, Shuttles, Dial-A-Rides, Paratransit, Medivan and commuter service from Turlock and Patterson to BART.
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    Bus Line Services of Turlock provides public transit services within the City of Turlock. Services include fixed route (BLST) and Dial-A-Ride (DART).
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    The City of Escalon operates eTrans, a door-to-door dial-a-ride service within Escalon and limited service to Riverbank and Modesto.
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    Catholic Charities of Stockton
    Catholic Charities of Stockton provides a Senior Transportation Program to Stanislaus County residents 60 years and older to medical appointments and other destinations.
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    san joaquin rtd
    The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) provides public transit services in the Stockton Metropolitan Area, as well as Intercity, Interregional, and Rural Transit Services countywide.
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    amtrak
    Amtrak is a passenger railroad service that provides medium and long distance intercity service in the contiguous United States.
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    greyhound
    Greyhound is a North American intercity bus transportation service.
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    Commute Connection is a Regional Rideshare Agency serving the Counties of Stanislaus, San Joaquin, and Merced.
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    The Blossom Express is a fixed route service operated by the City of Ripon with stops in Ripon and Modesto.
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    The Bus
    The Bus provides public transportation in Merced County, operating 20 fixed routes and Paratransit service for individuals with disabilities.
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    Helpful Links

    Stanislaus County AVS
    Stanislaus County’s Aging and Veteran Services assists seniors and Veterans with obtaining services and benefits.
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    StanCOG is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for the Stanislaus region.
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