Senior Transportation

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Via Rideshare

Using West Sacramento's Via rideshare service, you can catch a ride anywhere in the City for an affordable, flat fare. Request a ride when you're ready by using a Smartphone App or by calling over the phone. A Mercedes Benz Via van will pick you up in just minutes. And by sharing your ride with others heading in the same direction, you'll save money and avoid the hassle of traffic and parking- without sacrificing convenience! For more information, please visit the Via webpage.

via picks up seniors in west sac to take them anywhere in the city


The Yolo County Transportation District provides local and regional public transit service in West Sacramento. The Transit Center is located directly on the Community Center property for convenient access to bus patrons. The Sacramento Regional Transit District also provides a public transit connection between West Sacramento and Downtown Sacramento. For your convenience, we have provided contact information to organizations that may be able to assist you with your transportation needs below. Please contact each organization directly to get the most up to date information.




Yolobus Special Vouchers

Yolo Adult Day Health Center (YADHC) has implemented a new program that will provide Yolo Special bus tickets to eligible seniors. Funded by Area 4 Agency on Aging (A4AA), it is designed to encourage independent community mobility for disabled seniors who need transportation assistance but may find the cost prohibitive. 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 health care professional as needing door-to-door assistance. For more information contact Christine Prater at (916)617-4620 or (or) Dawn Myers Purkey, Yolo Adult Day Health Center at (530)666-8828.

Mobility Training Program

This service provides assistance to people learning how to ride Regional Transit (RT) buses and light rail.

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