Regional Transportation Program (RTP) - Cumberland County MAINE
The Regional Transportation Program (RTP) provides low Cost Rides in Cumberland County.
Regional Transportation Program, Inc. (RTP) is a private, non-profit, United Way agency that provides publicly funded, low-cost transportation to persons in Cumberland County who need rides.
If you or someone you know needs a ride, please call 207-774-2666 or toll-free at 1-800-244-0704, or click the link below to find out more about our many programs.
Established in 1976, RTP was formed by combining the transportation services provided by the Portland Chapter of the American Red Cross, York-Cumberland Senior Services and the Social Services of the Greater Portland Transit District. Today, RTP is a United Way agency that provides low-cost transportation to the elderly, social service agency clients, the economically disadvantaged and persons with disabilities throughout Cumberland County.
With a fleet of 34+ lift-equipped buses and vans, 45 agency certified drivers and a volunteer program that involves more than 50 drivers, RTP serves over 4,500 people countywide each year, providing more than a 1,000 rides a day to people who need to get to medical appointments, grocery shopping, work and other important places.
RTP runs 34 different routes across Cumberland County each day, doing rider pickups and drop-offs.
RTP serves 26 towns in the county, and several beyond the county line.
Some of the communities served include:
- South Portland
- Cape Elizabeth
- Bridgton and more