Special Transportation for Seniors and Physically-
Challenged and for Medical Visits
You have many convenient, reliable and low-cost options to help get you to and from A.A.M.C,
County Health Department, medical appointments, physical therapy etc.
? Annapolis Transit’s Red and Gold Routes serve Anne Arundel Medical Center
(AAMC) 4 times per hour. The Red Route stops on Ring Road across from the
Emergency Room and on Medical Pkwy. across from the Sajak Pavilion. It runs between
Spa Road and Westfield Annapolis Mall, stopping by AAMC on its way to the Mall at
approximately :15 and :40 past the hour Monday through Saturday until 6:45 pm.. The
Gold A Route stops on Medical Pkwy. at :10 past the hour on its way to downtown and
Spa Road. The Gold B Route stops on Medical Parkway at :15 past the hour on its way
to Westfield Annapolis Mall and Parole. Red and Gold Routes transfer for free at Spa
Road every hour and half-hour. Gold also runs on Sundays.
? Annapolis Transit’s Brown A and B Routes serves AAMC after 7 pm Monday through
Saturday. and may deviate for curb-to-curb pickup for customers who live within 3/4
mile of an Annapolis Transit Route and who meet ADA eligibility requirements.
Customers must reserve their ride by close of business the day before. Contact
Annapolis DOT for information.
? MTA Route 14 links with Baltimore and Light Rail and commuter routes 921 and
950 go to and from Washington. Free transfers may be made between Annapolis Transit
routes at specified locations. MTA ride checks are accepted only at bus stops also
served by the MTA. Visit www.mtamaryland.com or call 410.538.5000 for information.
? The C-40 Route connects all Annapolis Transit Routes at Spa Road with Edgewater,
Arnold and Anne Arundel Community College. C-40 can also deviate off-route for ADA-
eligible customers who need curb-to-curb pickup.
? The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging "Van Transportation Program"
serves seniors, 55 and over, or disabled persons, 18 and over. Wheelchair disability
transportation is available. For more information call 410.222.4826.
? The "Handy Cab Program" provides discount coupons for taxi services for County
residents, 55 or older, and persons with disabilities, 18 or older, who are income-eligible.
Call 410.222.4222, or visit www.aa-aging.org .
? Ride Partners, a service of Partners In Care, matches volunteers with older and
disabled adults who need long distance or recurrent transportation. Riders contribute
toward mileage reimbursement to volunteer drivers. Regular, local volunteer
transportation, for those unable to use public transit, is also available. Call 410-544-4800
or visit www.partnersincare.org.
? Brown “B” Route stops at The County Health Department on Harry Truman Parkway
Monday through Friday at approximately :15 past the hour from 10:15 am to 3:15 pm
Bus Fares: Base Cash Fare - $1.00. Customers over 60, transportation-disabled or on Medicare
with ADOT I.D. card during non-rush hours on fixed routes ride for only $0.50. ADA Route
Deviation Service - $2.00 in town, C-40 ADA Route Deviation Service: Edgewater or
Arnold/AACC to/from Annapolis - $4.00, Arnold/AACC to/from Edgewater - $8.00 ($4.50 if drop off point is a bus stop). Base fare of $1.00 is deducted if transferring from Annapolis Transit. C-40 Base Fare: Edgewater or Arnold/AACC to/from Annapolis - $2.00, Arnold/AACC to/from Edgewater - $4.00
*** Please note: exact fare is required on Annapolis Transit. Drivers do not handle money
or make change. Use coins or one-dollar bills, ADOT tokens or passes. ***
For further information, contact Annapolis Department of Transportation (ADOT) at: 410-263-7964, visit us at 308 Chinquapin Round Rd. Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. or e-mail us at email@example.com