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Assist San Diego County residents with barriers to mobility to achieve independence through coordination of transportation services

Free Rides to Veterans in San Diego County

San Diego County News Article
Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT), a San Diego County nonprofit, announces a free transportation promotion specifically for San Diego Veterans.
From September 1 through December 31, 2017, Veterans will be able to schedule free transportation on RideFACT, a transportation service operated by FACT, anywhere within urban and suburban San Diego County.  In addition to meeting the current needs of Veterans for rides, FACT hopes to get a better understanding of the mobility needs and potential demand for transportation in our San Diego Veterans’ community. 

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RideFACT reaches milestone – 100,000th ride

Fallbrook & Bonsall Village News Article
OCEANSIDE – For Chula Vista residents Jack and Rose, it was an uneventful trip to the grocery store, but for Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation, a San Diego County nonprofit, it was cause for celebration.
Jack, 94, and Rose, 76, discovered RideFACT, a FACT ride service, when their daughter was looking for local transportation options for her elderly parents. Now, the couple uses the service at least once a week to get to medical appointments, grocery shopping and church.
On June 9, Jack and Rose unwittingly helped RideFACT reach an important milestone: the 100,000th ride!

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CaliforniaTransit Association Article August 2017

Filling Mobility Gaps With Curb-to-Curb Service
There’s no place like home. But for many seniors and disabled people, going out and returning home isn’t always easy.
Enter Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation – or FACT – a regional brokerage of transportation services based in San Diego County that provides affordable rides to medical offices, grocery stores, or anywhere else seniors and persons with disabilities need to go. Central to FACT’s mission is helping its customers to remain in their homes, as opposed to living in institutions or relocating closer to amenities and medical facilities.

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Federal grant to support Tri-City patient transportation

OCEANSIDE – Patients at Tri-City Medical Center can gain access to low-cost rides thanks to a federal grant awarded to a nonprofit transportation agency. The Federal Transportation Administration in August 2016 awarded $200,000 to Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation – or FACT — a regional brokerage of transportation services for seniors and disabled people. The grant is part of the federal agency’s “Rides to Wellness” medical transportation initiative.“The stress and hardship of hospitalization should not include worrying about a ride home,” said

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KOCT Journalist Roundtable – April 7, 2016

On April 7, 2016 Board member and Vista City Council member John Aguilera participated in KOCT’s Journalist Roundtable to discuss FACT’s innovative low cost transportation service that is used extensively by the senior population. FACT is the only agency providing curb to curb transportation across the county.

Journalist Roundtable April 7, 2016

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San Diego County News Article
Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT), a San Diego County nonprofit, announces a free transportation promotion specifically for San Diego Veterans.
From September 1 through December 31, 2017, Veterans will be able to schedule free transportation on RideFACT, a transportation service operated by FACT, anywhere within urban and suburban San Diego County.  In addition to meeting the current needs of Veterans for rides, FACT hopes to get a better understanding of the mobility needs and potential demand for transportation in our San Diego Veterans’ community. 

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Fallbrook & Bonsall Village News Article
OCEANSIDE – For Chula Vista residents Jack and Rose, it was an uneventful trip to the grocery store, but for Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation, a San Diego County nonprofit, it was cause for celebration.
Jack, 94, and Rose, 76, discovered RideFACT, a FACT ride service, when their daughter was looking for local transportation options for her elderly parents. Now, the couple uses the service at least once a week to get to medical appointments, grocery shopping and church.
On June 9, Jack and Rose unwittingly helped RideFACT reach an important milestone: the 100,000th ride!

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ADA ParaTransit

ADA Paratransit is reasonably priced transportation service available to travel to the same areas that are serviced by public transit services – the local bus and rail routes.

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Board Members

FACT is governed by an eight (8) member Board of Directors. The Board meets monthly on fourth Thursdays.

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