Transportation for Seniors

It can be difficult to figure out how your loved one is going to get around when they have lost the ability to drive. There are many transportation resources available for your loved one in Utah.

Transportation programs can be fee-based, discounted or free depending on your age, income or if you are disabled. Transportation can be provided by the government entities such as local city transit authorities, for-profit and non-profit organizations providing small regional bus or van services, or by volunteers serving the community through non-profit organizations.

Utah Reduced Fare

The Utah Transit Authority offers discounts for senior citizens. The two types of discounts they offer are a reduced one-way fare for $1.10 (normally $2.25) or a reduced fare monthly pass for $37.50 (normally $75.00).

Click here for more information about and to apply for a UTA Reduced Fare Card.

County Aging Transportation Services

[Salt Lake County Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Bear River Area Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Uintah Basin Area Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Five-County Area Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Weber Area Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Tooele County Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Six-County County Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [San Juan County Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Southeastern Utah Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing) [Mountainland Dept. of Aging Transportation Services](link to seniorleaf listing)

Private Transportation Providers

If your loved one would prefer to use private transportation rather than public transportation, you may want to consider hiring a private senior caregiver to help.