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While all GVT buses on the fixed route system are wheelchair accessible, not everyone is able to utilize the fixed route system. Para transit service is available for people with mental and physical disabilities who are unable to utilize GVT fixed route system. Only people who have been verified as eligible to use para transit may use this service. Para transit rides must be scheduled in advance and origin to destination service is provided for qualified para transit riders.


Call GVT at (970) 256 - RIDE (7433) or click here to receive additional information regarding para transit service.  Applications may be obtained by downloading a Para Transit Application from our website or by calling GVT at (970) 256 - RIDE (7433) and request that an application be mailed to you.

  • Please allow 2-3 weeks to process para transit applications. 
  • Para transit rides can be scheduled by calling (970) 256-RIDE (7433), extension 2, between 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday.  For a confirmed ride on Monday, para transit riders must make a reservation no later that 6:00 P.M. on Saturday.   
  • Para transit rides can be scheduled two weeks to the day before the ride is needed on a space available basis.  

Click here for Grand Valley Regional Transportation Planning Committee  (GVRTC) Policy 3.0 - Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This is the current policy from 2014. Please scroll down to learn about and comment on proposed changes to this policy.  

 Click here for additional information about para transit eligibility.    

Click here for a map of the GVT paratransit service area. Please be aware that if your origin or destination is outside the paratransit service area shown, eligible paratransit passengers may meet GVT paratransit buses within the service area to utilize paratransit service.  

Click here to read your Statement of Rights.  

Click here to learn about alternative formats that GVT information is available in. 

GVT makes reasonable modifications in policies, practices, or procedures when the modifications are necessary to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability or to provide program accessibility to their services. Please contact GVT at (970) 256-7433 or grandvalleytransit@mesacounty.us for more information and to place your request.


 

2017 Update to Policy 3.0 - Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Grand Valley Transit welcomes and encourages community member and stakeholder input on a service policy update. The proposed changes to Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee Policy 3.0 – Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is available for public review. To view the policy online, please click here. To view a printed copy of the policy in person, please visit the Downtown Transfer Facility located at 525 S. 6th Street in Grand Junction or the West Transfer Facility located at 612 24 ½ Road in Grand Junction from 5:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time). Comments will be accepted from November 1-December 5, 2017 by:

  • email to grandvalleytransit@mesacounty.us
  • mail at RTPO, ATTN: ADA Coordinator, Dept. 5093, PO Box 20,000, Grand Junction, CO 81502-5001
  • phone at (970) 683-4339
  • comment card completed at, or note personally delivered to, the Downtown Transfer Facility located at 525 S. 6th Street in Grand Junction or the West Transfer Facility located at 612 24 ½ Road in Grand Junction

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