Click on the blue boxes below for regional transportation resources.
www.fams.org 540-829-5300 A Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services volunteer transportation program available to those age 60 or older, or anyone who is disabled and needs transportation
Demand-response transportation service
540-825-2456 or 540-341-3464 A curb-to-curb transportation service open to the general public by reservation. This service provides transportation to the closest fixed route and/or specified destination. Service may be limited depending on your residence. Reservations are taken on a first come, first served basis. Fares vary throughout the region. Services are available Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
FAMS - Foothills area Mobility system
www.fams.org 540-829-5300 710 U.S. Avenue, Culpeper firstname.lastname@example.org Transportation information referral source serving residents of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock Counties. One Call Transportation Center helps callers find rides to medical and other critical appointments through public, private and volunteer options.
LOWLINC (Lake of the Woods, Living Independently in our Community)
Locust Grove Community www.lowlinc.org 855-LOWLINC (569-5462) Member services for food, transportation, home repairs, etc. Contact them for specific transportation help.
MODIVCARE (MEDICAID-REIMBURSED TRANSPORTATION)
(Formally Logisticare) virginiamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov 800-772-9996 A transportation broker for Medicaid clients attending medical appointments. Call the number on the back of Medicaid card at least five days in advance to provide information on the appointment, location and important details. If you become ill and your doctor can see you in less than five days, call ModivCare and request an Urgent Trip.
Rapp at Home
www.rappathome.net 567 Mount Salem Avenue, Washington 540-937-HOME (4663) email@example.com Rapp at Home is a Village Network for Rappahannock County. Its volunteers provide transportation for its members for medical appointments, grocery shopping, errands, prescription delivery and social gatherings.
Virginia regional transit
www.vatransit.org 540-341-3464 Go to website above or call for following schedules: Circuit Rider - Covers Fauquier County Culpeper - Orange Connector - stops in Orange & Culpeper Foothills Express - Connects Culpeper, Madison & Charlottesville Toot Bus - Serves the towns of Orange and Gordonsville Virginia Breeze - serves Town and County of Culpeper
www.fams.org 540-829-5300 This volunteer driver program provides free rides to medical appointments and other critical errands for the elderly and disabled. Service areas include Fauquier, Rappahannock, and northern Culpeper Counties.
** During the pandemic, ride service schedules have frequently changed or temporarily halted. Please contact the service for updates and current service schedule prior to planning your trip.
Become a Volunteer Driver!
Flexible opportunity for those who'd like to volunteer and help get people to doctors appointments, grocery shopping, etc. Pick the area in which you wish to drive, your hours, and choose to use your own car or an agency vehicle. Contact Sue Davis for more information, or to volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org