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Need a lift? Call TRIPS Public Transportation. TRIPS provides low-cost rides for Sandusky County residents for shopping trips, doctors' appointments and anywhere they may need to go within the county. Vehicles are handicap accessible.



NOTICE — TRIPS requiring passengers to wear masks

In accordance with the statewide mask mandate issued by Gov. Mike DeWine, TRIPS Public Transportation is requiring passengers to wear masks whenever riding a TRIPS vehicle. Exclusions include those passengers with a medical condition or disability that prevents them from wearing a mask, and those passengers who are under ten years old. The requirement begins Thursday, July 23, at 6 p.m. and will continue until further notice.

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle

 

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle will resume service starting July 6!
Let the TRIPS Fremont Shuttle take you where you need to go in town.

Shuttle Map and Schedule

 

TRIPS Fremont Shuttle routes operate 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Shuttles travel in hourly loops throughout out the
city, and will intersect at Wal-Mart once per hour (at the :10 minute mark) so that passengers may transfer from one
route to another. Shuttle stop locations and times are as follows:

 

West Side Fremont Shuttle
(Green Line)

:00 Fort Stephenson
   
:10 Wal-Mart
(transfer point)
   
:18 Ross Apartments
   
(:22-
:24)
Casa Nueva
Two stops
   
(:25) Kroger
   
(:36) Terra State
Community College
   
(:43) Firelands Counseling &
Recovery Services
   
(:48) Community Health
Services
   
(:51) Promedica Memorial Hospital

 

East Side Fremont Shuttle
(Orange Line)

:00 Sandusky County Senior Center/Board of Developmental Disabilities
   
:02 Department of Job
& Family Services
   
:10 Wal-Mart
(transfer point)
   
(:20) Fort Stephenson
   
(:22) Janel Terrace
   
(:25) GLCAP
   
(:32) Commons at Little
Bark Creek
   
(:35) Delaware Acres
   
(:40) Liberty Center
   
(:43) Big Lots

 

TRIPS Public Transportation On-Demand Service

TRIPS provides low-cost general public transportation for Sandusky County residents, offering curb-to-curb service available 5 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 5 a.m.-noon on Saturdays. TRIPS offers:

  • One-way trip at rates of $2, $3, or $4 depending on the zone of travel
  • Pre-paid transportation tickets (call for more information)
  • Accessibility for riders with wheelchairs
  • Free caregiver rides
  • Special fare rates for seniors 60 and older

 

Ride scheduling

Rides must be scheduled 24 hours in advance. Wheelchair accessible vehicles based on availability. Other considerations for scheduling TRIPS rides include:

  • The pick-up location for the beginning trip must be in Sandusky County.
  • Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Child safety seats to be provided and installed by a parent/guardian.
  • Payment must be made in cash or check in the exact amount due and presented to driver at boarding.
  • Click here for TRIPS' Notification of Public Rights.

For more information or to schedule a ride, call 419-332-8091 or 1-800-750-0750.

Mobility Management in action

Mobility Management

Mobility Management helps coordinate community transportation needs, with a specific focus on assisting seniors, those with disabilities, and low-income riders.

Meals on Wheels in action

Meals on Wheels

GLCAP Meals on Wheels offers weekday, home-delivered lunches for eligible Sandusky County seniors ages 60 and older.

Senior Center Services in action

Senior Center Services

GLCAP senior centers host daily lunches, education, socialization activities, medical assessments and other services for seniors ages 60 and over.