‘Ride in Kane’ Program Offers Transport For Seniors, People With Disabilities
The Ride in Kane program is a curb-to-curb paratransport service available to residents in Kane County. The program allows seniors and individuals with disabilities to request transport for daily needs, such as appointments or commutes to work, at a lowered rate. Rides can be requested during normal hours seven days a week, and can be scheduled up to seven days in advance.
Ride in Kane offers door-to-door transportation bus or taxi service and operates in partnership between Pace Suburban Bus, Kane County and many local service partners who are sponsors of the program.
Fares for Ride in Kane start at $4 for the first 10 miles, with a mileage charge for trips over 10 miles. Transportation services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and on any day of the year, including holidays.
In order to participate in the Ride in Kane program, individuals must be registered with a sponsor, which could be a Kane County municipality, township or social service agency. Not every location in Kane County is covered by Ride in Kane.
- Click here for a list of the Ride in Kane sponsors. (List is also pasted below.)
If you have any questions about eligibility, please call the Ride in Kane information line at 888-480-8549.
Questions about the program can be directed to Kane County Division of Transportation Mobility Manager Jennifer Becker at 630-444-2957 or email@example.com
For more information on the Ride in Kane program, visit www.rideinkane.org.
Ride in Kane’s participating sponsors
- Association for Individual Development
- Aurora Township
- Batavia Township
- Blackberry Township
- Campton Township
- City of Batavia
- City of Elgin
- City of Geneva
- City of St. Charles
- Dundee Township
- Elgin Township
- Hesed House
- St. Charles Township
- Senior Services Association
- Village of South Elgin