A-LIFT — Adams County
A-LIFT (Adams County Community Transit) provides accessible
and affordable door-to-door transportation to older adults and
persons with mobility impairments. Riders can travel with us to
medical and dental appointments, grocery shopping, meal sites,
and community-based care programs.
A-LIFT uses small buses and a station wagon to maximize
funding and extend hours and boundaries. Safety and quality
service is our goal. A-LIFT ensures individual independence,
provides mobility for self-sufficiency, and the opportunity to
participate fully in the life of the community.
For more information or to schedule a ride,
call (303) 235-6972.
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In accordance with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 and the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act, Adams County Community Transit does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age,
ancestry, disability, or veteran status. For more information about these statutes, or to file a
complaint, contact Adams County Community Transit’s designated Disability Rights and Title VI
coordinator, at Administrator, Community and Economic Opportunity Department, Adams County,
12200 N. Pecos Street, 2nd Floor Westminster, CO 80234, Telephone (303) 453-8500. TDD/TTY
service is available.
Information in non-English alternative formats may be obtained through the person listed
above. Individuals will be permitted to use service animals, as defined within ADA guidelines, if
necessary. Adams County Community Transit is an equal opportunity transportation service. Rev. 11/08/07
A-LIFT — Adams County Community Transit
ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the mission of A-LIFT?
To promote mobility and independence for older adults and the disabled through a community
partnership committed to accessible and affordable transportation in Adams County.
How can I schedule a ride?
Please call A-LIFT at Seniors’ Resource Center at 303-235-6972 or 6974
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Rides are available from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Have the following information ready when you call:
* Name of rider * Date of appointment
* Time of appointment * Pick-up address
* Length of appointment * Drop off address
* Any mobility needs? * Drop off phone number
* Emergency contact’s * Will you have an escort?
How much does a ride cost?
No person shall be denied a ride because of failure to contribute to all or a part of the
cost of any ride. Donations are appreciated. A-LIFT is provided by funding through the
Comprehensive Older Americans Service Act, Adams County, the cities of Arvada,
Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster, and through
your donations. Donations of any amount are accepted; we suggest a donation of $5.00
per ride in 2007/2008. Donation envelopes are available from drivers or in the mail.
When should I call in to reserve a ride?
Call 303-235-6972/6974 to make a reservation. At least two to three working days’
advance notice is strongly recommended. You may contact us up to 2 weeks ahead of a ride.
How do I cancel a ride?
Please call 303-235-6999 to cancel a ride. It is very important to cancel your ride if you no
longer need it. This can open up space for others waiting for our services.
Who do I call with questions, complaints or grievances?
Riders can call 303-235-6970 to speak directly to the Transportation Services manager, or leave
a message. The call will be returned as soon as is practicable.
A Community Partnership:
Adams County Northglenn
Commerce City Westminster