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What ADA Eligibility Means for Persons with Disabilities
The ADA law was created to assure that all persons with disabilities, who cannot use the regular fixed route bus, have complementary transportation to a bus system. This means that a person who cannot use the regular bus should be able to travel on the same days, during the same hours, and in the same general area as the bus travels, for a fare, which is not more than twice what the bus would charge an adult passenger. The VineGo Paratransit Service is designed to meet these requirements.
This special type of transportation service is limited to persons who are unable to use regular public transit, some or all the time, due to a disability or a health related condition.
In order to use the VineGo ADA paratransit service, you must be certified. Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis. According to ADA regulations, eligibility is strictly limited to those who have specific limitations that prevent them from using accessible public transportation.
Your ADA application may be approved for full eligibility (unconditional) or on a limited basis for some trips only (conditional eligibility). If you are determined to be capable of using regular bus and rail transit for all trips, you will not be eligible for ADA paratransit service.
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UPDATE: Public Transit passengers with disabilities may request reasonable modifications be made to accommodate their use of public transit. Requests should be made in written form and submitted to the Manager of Public Transit at 707-259-8635, address: 625 Burnell St. Napa, CA 94559.