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MY RIDE Dallas

“Thank you for helping me find transportation and other resources for my aunt…My aunt and I are very appreciative of your exceptional thoroughness and helpfulness.”

Seniors and persons with disabilities have problems getting where they need to go. To address gaps in transportation in the Greater Dallas Area, the Community Council and the Dallas Area Agency on Aging launched the Community Transportation Network (CTN) now known as the MY RIDE Dallas Coalition in June 2009. More than 90 organizations—public, private, non-profit and faith-based groups—are working together to remove barriers and create options for people who do not drive. The Metro Mobility Summary, presented here, examines the unique transportation needs of aging and disability populations in Dallas County.

Metro Mobility Summary Click Here

Get a Ride Guide!

The Get a Ride Guide has transportation options for residents of Dallas County, especially for people with disabilities and older adults.

The Guide is 36 pages, presented here in Adobe PDF format.

If you click on the link below, the Guide will download and open in a new browser window. To zoom in, click on the magnifying glass or the "+" button.

Get a Ride Guide (English) Click here

Get a Ride Guide (Spanish) Click here


You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the Guide. It should be already installed on your computer. If not, you can get it by clicking here.

Getting in the Get a Ride Guide

If you would like your organization to be included in the Get a Ride Guide, please email Brittney Tree at

Join Now!

Interested in joining the Community Transportation Network? Help Us. The coalition meets every other month to discuss project updates and bring in speakers on transportation coordination. Got to for more information.


Tell My Ride Your Story!

Let us know how you learned to get where you need to go and who assisted you. We’re looking for experiences that help older adults and people with disabilities find and use transportation resources in Dallas County. Contact us at to tell us your story!