ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin




During this challenging and difficult time Racine County Specialized transportation is still providing transportation to older adults and people with disabilities. If you have any questions about transportation you may call the ADRC at 262-833-8777.
  • Ktown Specialized Transportation Services continues to provide essential rides to people who receive dialysis treatments, and urgent medical appointments not related to Covid 19. They are also providing rides to the grocery store or the pharmacy.  Safety efforts are being put into effects for each rider.  During this time there is no copay asked of the riders.  If you need transportation and you are a senior or have a disability you may call 262-764-0377.
  • In Burlington the West End Express is still providing transportation for one person at a time to the grocery store pharmacy or medical appointments within the city of Burlington.  There are no copays at this time you may call for a ride at 262-764-0377.
  • MyRide is offering curb-to-curb delivery of groceries, prescriptions and other essential items to seniors over the age of 55 who can no longer drive and to those who are legally blind,  MyRide volunteer drivers will pickup prepaid online and phone orders from grocery stores, pharmacies and pet stores and deliver them to clients at a prearranged time.  The number to call is 262-417-7544.


Racine County Transportation Information










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Information & Resources

  • Choices for Mobility Independence - Transporation Options for Older Adults - Booklet

  • Interested in more information about Types of Transportation see:  Transportation Primer

  • If you need additional information about transportation service and eligibility, or have a complaint, please call Racine County’s Transportation Coordinator at (262) 833-8732.