Weld County’s transportation program has been dropped by the county.
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The Weld County Transportation program is a fixed schedule transit service utilizing demand/response for rural Weld County residents. The Transportation division is a subordinate division of the Department of Buildings and Grounds. NOTE: Greeley-Evans Transit is the primary transportation provider for "urban" residents.
Along with local funding match, Weld County receives 5311 grant funding from the Federal Transit Authority (FTA) vetted through the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to provide "rural" transportation services for residents of Weld County by connecting outlying communities to Greeley.
Weld County Transportation provides rural fixed schedule service routes which utilize demand-response to the general public. Reservations must be made two business days in advance of needed service. In addition, ridership is limited to the vehicle capacity on any given route.
To view the demand-response fixed/modified routes follow the ROUTES link. Note: Times are approximate pending ridership.
Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (NEMT)
The State Department of Health Care Policy and Finance awarded the broker function for Non-Emergent Medical Transportation (NEMT) for Medicaid clients residing in the Counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer and Weld to a company called First Transit.
First Transit will simplify transportation scheduling for clients on Medicaid because it consolidates all NEMT transit requests into one call center.
To schedule NEMT transit needs occurring after January 1, 2012, you will need to contact First Transit directly at (855) CO4-NEMT or (855) 264-6368.