Transportation

24/7 Brightstar Healthcare
316-425-7717

Transportation Provider / Home Health Care for Elderly.

 

Anytime Anywhere Transportation
316-775-1591

Special Needs Transportation.

 

Butler County Transit Program
316-775-0500

It is best to call and schedule a ride 24 hours in advance of needing the ride. Reservations made after 4:00 pm for the next day may not be accepted.

Inside City Limits: $0.50 per stop

Town to Town inside Butler County: $2 each way

Into Wichita: $4 each way

Purchase In-Town Ticket Books: $10 buys 25 rides (get 5 free rides)

Purchase Wichita trip Ticket Books: $20 buys 3 round trips (save $4)

 

C.A.B. Transportation
620-792-3859

The C.A.B. Service is available in the city limits and in a limited radius outside town with the outer limits being the Great Bend Airport (west of Great Bend), the Doonan’s Dealership (east of Great Bend), the vicinity of Heart’s Corner (south of Great Bend), the All Seasons Mobile Home Park (North of Great Bend), and Barton County Community College (with Special Student Rate). The service hours of the CAB are Monday through Friday 6:30 am to 6:30 pm The C.A.B is available at the time of request (pending availability).

 

Caldwell Care Network Inc.
620-845-2357

To provide transportation for doctor appointments, grocery shopping, errands services to area residents. Medical equipment loan closet.

 

Cancer Council of Reno County
620-665-5555

Provide services to cancer patients in Reno County – no hospital bills, doctor bills, or scans included. Mostly services outside the doctor’s office. Provide financial assistance for the following: prescription co pays; mileage; wigs, etc; nutritional supplements; durable medical equipment; over-the-counter medications; lodging and daily food allowance when at a consultation; some cancer related dental work.

 

Catch-A-Ride
620-792-7797

Services Great Bend.

 

City of Kingman Transportation
620-532-1130

Covers within Kingman city limits.  Call for hours (first come, first serve).

 

Coach Transportation
316-729-0484

Special needs transportation.

 

Harper County Public Transportation
620-842-5104

The Harper County Public Transportation Services program fleet has two wheelchair lift, restraint system equipped vehicles and one mini-van. Larger vehicles can accommodate eight to 10 passengers while the mini-van can seat five to seven passengers.  Public transportation is provided to the elderly, disabled, and general public (under age 60) passenger. Equal access is provided to all persons who request public transportation services.  Service is provided Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Service is not provided on weekends, holidays or in the evenings. Advance ride reservations are requested.

 

Harvey Interurban
(316) 284-6802

The Harvey Interurban provides transportation for shopping, personal appointments and recreational trips to all Harvey County residents.  To schedule a ride, please call, first call, first serve.  The buses and vans run Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.  Additional routes are prescheduled for Burrton, Halstead, Walton, Hesston, Newton and Sedgwick independently.  Accessible transportation is also available.

 

Keeping the Promise
316-312-6784

Free transportation for disabled veterans to and from medical appointments. Wheelchair accessible van.

 

Kingman County Council on Aging Public Transportation
620-532-5744

Covers all of Kingman County.  Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (first come, first serve).

 

Pratt County Public Transportation
620-672-7811

Services are available to all patrons in Pratt, weather permitting.  Routes are available with destinations of Sawyer, Coats, Iuka, Byers, Medicine Lodge, Haviland, Greensburg, Kingman, Wichita, Dodge City and Hutchinson with prior notice and adjusted fares.  All in town stops are $0.50.  Out of town destinations require a minimum of 24-hour notice.

 

Q-Line Trolley
www.wichitatransit.org

Free rides following a route down Douglas Avenue from Seneca to Hydraulic.  Monday-Friday the Q runs 11:30am-2pm, weeknights (Monday-Thursday) 5pm-11pm, Friday 5pm-1am, Saturdays 10am-1am.  Friday and Saturday evenings the route is extended from Seneca to Edgemoor.

 

Quivira Transit
620-257-5153

Transportation is provided to medical appointments, shopping, airport, meal sites, banking, employment and for other needs.

 

Reno County Area Transportation (RCAT)
620-694-2913

Monday – Friday 6a – 7p, Saturday 7p – 6p.

 

Road to Recovery – American Cancer Society
800-227-2345

Volunteer drivers transport cancer patients to treatment and home again.

 

RSVP Medical Transportation
620-792-1614

Non-emergency medical transportation provided to all residents of Barton County. Local and long distance transportation available.

 

Sedgwick County Department on Aging
316-660-1990

Provides services to seniors in Sedgwick County in an effort to assist them in maintaining independence.

 

Sedgwick County Transportation
316-660-5150
To provide affordable, accessible transportation to Sedgwick County residents living in the outlying areas of the county (non-Wichita City limits) and bring them to Wichita for services.

 

Welcome Inn Leisure Center
620-285-3504

Senior center, meals on wheels, congregate meals, and general public transportation.

 

Wellington Area Local Transit (W.A.L.T.)
620-326-9996

Provides: general transportation Mon-Fri 7a-7p, Sat 10a-3p.  Aides ride free, wheelchair accessible, 5-point harnessed equipped for children, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (KanCare Recipients); out-of-county trips available with advanced notice ($1/mi, after the 15th of the month), Half Fare Program for those 60 years of age or older receive half price fare.

KanCare Recipients contact providers to arrange transportation: Amerigroup – to schedule a ride contact Acess2Care at (855)345-6943; Sunflower State – to schedule a ride contact LogistiCare (877)644-4623; United Healthcare – to schedule a ride contact LogistiCare (877)644-4623

 

Wichita Transit
316-265-7221

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