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Kitsap Transit ACCESS Buses



One of my loyal Compass & Clock readers wanted information about the ACCESS transportation system. So this article / information is for her, and all those out there that need to use this service.


In addition to Access, here's another transportation company in Kitsap County you should look into, Gather Together Grow Together (G2G2). They are a non-profit organization located in Bremerton.

612 5th Street Bremerton, WA 98337. Phone: (360) 447-5420.


About ACCESS.

Kitsap Transit ACCESS buses provide transportation for seniors and people with disabilities who are unable to use Kitsap Transit regular routed buses some or all of the time. It is a shared-ride paratransit service within Kitsap County, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.


The service is open to qualified riders and eligible visitors. An application is generally required prior to service. Eligibility must be established before using the "Schedule A Ride" Email reservation service. 


Eligibility Application Form (PDF fill-in/printable form)



Decision (PDF)




The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity and access for persons with disabilities. Kitsap Transit works to ensure nondiscriminatory transportation is available to all passengers. 


Questions, Complaints, Suggestions or Compliments


Resources



Visitors


A visitor is anyone with a disability who does not reside in the jurisdiction(s) served by Kitsap Transit. Any visitors presenting documentation that they are ADA paratransit eligible in their home jurisdiction will be treated by Kitsap Transit as eligible, and no further documentation may be required before paratransit service is provided.


Visitors who have a verifiable, limiting disability are also entitled to comparable service within Kitsap County. ACCESS service can begin once verification has been made. An application may be required if service is required more than 21 days in a calendar year.


Kitsap Transit will make every effort to process requests for service from visitors the same business day but no later than the next business day.


Call 1-800-422-2877 for more information. 


Visitors who are currently certified for ADA service in another county, or who have a verifiable, limiting disability are entitled to comparable service within Kitsap County. ACCESS service can begin once verification has been made.


An application may be required if service is required more than 21 days in a calendar year.


Make sure to see what ACCESS type transporation programs are available in your neighborhood.



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