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Seniors are driving safer, driving longer

Americans love to drive. More than 75 percent of adults carry a driver’s license, including 40 million who are 65 and older. But driving is more than just a passion or a pastime: It’s a lifeline. Studies show that giving up driving increases a person’s mortality risk and makes seniors more likely to land in… View Article

Ride service aims to fill local transportation gaps

SOLANA BEACH — Solana Beach resident James Walker, 19, knows his public transit — since graduating high school, he has used a hodgepodge of Amtrak, Coaster, and North County Transit District bus services to get to work, college and physical therapy. But when NCTD cut the FLEX bus service from Solana Beach to MiraCosta’s San… View Article

PARKINSON’S ASSOCIATION OF SAN DIEGO ‘STEP BY STEP 5K’ SLATED FOR APRIL 8

RideFACT offers free transportation to and from event Solana Beach, CA – February 22, 2018 – The Parkinson’s Association of San Diego is holding its annual Step by Step Walk fundraiser on Sunday, April 8 at Liberty Station. The walk commences at 9:00 AM, with check in starting at 7:30 AM. RideFACT, a transportation service operated by... View Article

Free Rides to Veterans in San Diego County

San Diego County News Article Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT), a San Diego County nonprofit, announces a free transportation promotion specifically for San Diego Veterans. From September 1 through December 31, 2017, Veterans will be able to schedule free transportation on RideFACT, a transportation service operated by FACT, anywhere within urban and suburban San… View Article

RideFACT reaches milestone – 100,000th ride

Fallbrook & Bonsall Village News Article OCEANSIDE – For Chula Vista residents Jack and Rose, it was an uneventful trip to the grocery store, but for Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation, a San Diego County nonprofit, it was cause for celebration. Jack, 94, and Rose, 76, discovered RideFACT, a FACT ride service, when their daughter… View Article

CaliforniaTransit Association Article August 2017

Filling Mobility Gaps With Curb-to-Curb Service There’s no place like home. But for many seniors and disabled people, going out and returning home isn’t always easy. Enter Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation – or FACT – a regional brokerage of transportation services based in San Diego County that provides affordable rides to medical offices, grocery… View Article

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