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Paratransit:  Tri-City Paratransit

Dial-A-Ride is a service for persons with disabilities who are ADA-certified to use paratransit.  This section features information about the Tri-City Paratransit service.  For more information you can visit the Tri-City Paratransit's site at http://www.transitinfo.org/UnionCity/paratransit.html.

About Tri-City Paratransit

All of Union City's buses are accessible, and many persons with disabilities are able to use the regular fixed-route bus service. However, if you are unable to use fixed-route transit for some or all of your trips, you may be eligible for Tri-City Paratransit.  This eligibility criteria comes from the Americans with Disabilities Act.  If you're not sure whether you're able to use the regular bus, contact Tri-City for more information.

Using Tri-City Paratransit
The Tri-City Paratransit Program offers low-cost transportation to Union City residents who cannot get around by bus or BART due to a disability.  Their lift-equipped vehicles will take you from your door to your destination and back within the Tri-City area of Fremont, Newark and Union City.

Call the City of Fremont Human Services Department at 494-4540 to enroll in this program.  COMSIS offers a similar service to Fremont and Newark residents.  Call COMSIS at 1-800-555-8085 to enroll.

Scheduling A Ride
Union City residents may reserve a ride with Tri-City Paratransit for Fremont, Newark and Union City destinations.

COMSIS provides service to Fremont and Newark residents and to Union City residents traveling north of Union City, on holidays, and on Sundays.  Make reservations with COMSIS up to 14 days in advance. You can go to East Bay Paratransit's website at http://www.actransit.com/paratran.htm for more informaion.

ADA Eligibility

he Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, better known as ADA, is federal legislation that guarantees persons with disabilities full and equal access to the same services and accommodations that are available to people without disabilities.

The ADA requires public transit operators to provide paratransit service to persons with disabilities that is comparable to the level of fixed-route service provided.  Persons with disabilities who cannot independently ride fixed-route transit may be eligible for paratransit service.

More Information

For more detailed information about the Tri-City Paratransit, you can head over to their website, which is at http://www.ci.fremont.ca.us/citysvcs/paramsg.html.

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