Mobility Management

Mobility Management is an approach to designing and delivering transportation services that starts and ends with the customer. It begins with a community vision in which the entire transportation network—public transit, private operators, cycling and walking, volunteer drivers, and others—works together with customers, planners, and stakeholders to deliver the transportation options that best meet the community's needs. (Source: www.nationalcenterformobilitymanagement.org)

Greene County Mobility Management


The Greene County Mobility Manager is available to help agencies and organizations develop collaborative efforts to increase the transportation resources for the populations they serve.

Greater Regional Mobility Initiative


The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission (MVRPC) was chosen to lead a pilot program named the Greater Regional Mobility Initiative (GRMI). The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) chose MVRPC to lead this project due to its strong history of collaboration and expertise. Region 2 will help create transportation connections for those with disabilities and for older adults in eight counties: Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Shelby.



Miami Valley Regional Active Transportation Plan

The Miami Valley’s Active Transportation network provides safe and equitable walking, biking and transit connections which enhance access to opportunity, well-being, environmental benefits and quality of life for all.


Ohio Mobility Management Program


The Ohio Mobility Management Program increases access to mobility for Ohioans by increasing understanding and awareness of transportation needs, coordination of transportation options to meet needs, and building sustainable and healthy communities by integrating transportation into planning and programs for many of the 88 counties of Ohio.
Community Transportation Association of America
The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life. CTAA staff, board and state/tribal delegates are dedicated to ensuring that all Americans, regardless of age, ability, geography or income, have access to safe, affordable and reliable transportation.

Information & Referral Assistance



Access Center for Independent Living (ACIL)

ACIL provides core independent living services of Information & Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training, Advocacy (Individual, Self and Systemic), and Individual Transitioning. They also provide recycled medical equipment through their REDI Program, work with Youth Transitions and provide Disability Awareness training.



AARP LIvable Communities

AARP Livable Communities supports the efforts of neighborhoods, towns, cities and rural areas to be great places for people of all ages. Communities should provide safe, walkable streets; age-friendly housing and transportation options; access to needed services; and opportunities for residents of all ages to participate in community life. MVRPC Institute for Livable & Equitable Communities


Miami Valley Ride Finder


The Miamivalleyridefinder website is an information only resource for public & non-profit transportation in the Miami Valley. Users can browse for a ride by Starting Location, Ride Type, and Trip Purpose. It currently lists ride information for Greene, Miami, and Montgomery counties.
Ohio Department on Aging Staying Connected Check-in Service
The Staying Connected service provides a FREE, daily check-in by phone for Ohioans age 60 or older. This service provides comfort and can connect you with aging network information and support.

Pink Ribbon Girls
Pink Ribbon Girls provides healthy meals, rides to treatment, housecleaning services, cancer education and peer support to breast and gynecological cancer patients and their families; independent of age, stage or socioeconomic status. Free of charge. Dayton Region includes all of Greene County.

Resources about Blindness and Low Vision
OOD and the National Federation of the Blind of Ohio partnered to create a searchable database of resources for individuals who are blind or have low vision. With 14 categories of information (e.g., accessible technology, advocacy, employment resources, and independent living), you can search for resources based on type or name. Click here to get started.

RideLink

RideLink is a call center designed to link adults in Champaign, Darke, Logan, Miami, Preble and Shelby Counties with transportation options that meet their needs and their ability to pay.

RideConnect


Adult volunteer drivers are needed to help individuals in their community who do not have access to transportation or unable to drive to continue to meet their needs in the community. If interested in making a difference in someone’s day contact RideConnect at 1-833-289-0227 x1195 or email: RideConnect@cssmv-sidney.org

United Way 2-1-1

You need help, you need a plan, you need an advocate when you face a crisis or barriers to service. United Way 2-1-1 is your 24-hour lifeline to a free, confidential, and compassionate professional who will review your situation and connect you with resources to meet your needs. Translation services are available. Se habla Espanol, tambien.