Transportation – Forever Dublin

The City of Dublin has partnered with SHARE Microtransit to create the “Senior Circulator.” Begun in 2019, it connects residents in senior living facilitates to area amenities, and also has an “on demand” route. More information and the schedule can be found here: https://ridewithshare.com/seniorcirculator/

TRANPORTATION SERVICES: Being able to get to appointments, shopping and entertainment are important factors in living well.

Transportation services are available through several organizations for healthcare appointments. There are also numerous private options for transportation resources you may choose to explore, including taxi companies, Uber, LYFT and more. If you need specific assistance to utilize these services of your choice, contact us.

Here are some options that may help you get around town.

 

Some physicians and medical centers may have contractual service agreements for patients under their care. Check with your local health care provider or treatment center to inquire if your practitioner participates.

If you’re facing a cancer diagnosis or a medical need, some programs offer transportation as well. Each agency has varied requirements:

American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Program: https://www.cancer.org/treatment/support-programs-and-services/road-to-recovery.html

Columbus Cancer Clinic: https://www.lifecarealliance.org/programs/cancer-clinic/

American Red Cross: https://www.redcross.org/local/ohio/buckeye/about-us/our-work/community-transportation-program.html

There are numerous private options for transportation resources you may choose to explore, including taxi companies, Uber, LYFT, GoGoGrandparent, and more. If you need specific assistance to utilize these services of your choice, contact us.

Dublin is home to more than 130 miles of share use paths! There are off-road pathways, on-road shared lanes, and signed bike routes. There is also plentiful bike parking throughout the parks system in Dublin, at all public buildings and in many commercial building areas.

If you’d like a refresher course on biking, bike safety or a helmet check, a map to the pathway system and more, you can keep up with Bicycling in Dublin by clicking here.

We want our residents to enjoy local restaurants and bars in the community – but safely. After a night on the town, you can get a safe ride home through LYFT. Central Ohio Safe Ride was founded by area businesses to reduce impaired driving.   To find out how it works click here.