YCCAC Transportation Resources – Sanford Transit – My Bus – MAINE

Address: 6 Spruce Street
Sanford, ME 04073
Phone: (207) 324-5762 Website: https://www.yccac.org/index.php/public-transportation-routes-schedules

Locations Serviced: Sanford – Springvale
York County Community Action (YCCAC) provides scheduled bus transportation for shopping and medical appointments to York County residents on a weekly basis. Routes have been designed to serve the closest regional shopping and medical destinations for each town served. All service animals are under the control of the rider. Portable oxygen equipment will be accommodated YCCAC operates a fixed route deviation transit service between Springvale and South Sanford, five days a week, year round, available to anyone on a fare-paying basis.
Applications: A brief application is required for all first time riders, and can be completed over the telephone. All information obtained is confidential
Reservations:  All trips must be arranged a minimum of 48 hours in advanced by calling YCCAC Transportation. Trip reservations can be made up to one month in advance of the trip date. Trips must fit into the regularly scheduled routes.

YCCAC  – York  WAVE    Wheels to Access Vocation and Education
Phone: (207) 459-WAVE
Phone: (207) 459-9283
Locations Served:  Sanford-Wells,  Sanford-Biddeford
The WAVE, provided by York County Community Actions (YCCAC) transports riders to training and job sites, and their children to day care. The blue and white vans operate for most first, second, and third shifts, 7 days a week. Trips must be arranged in advance.
Connects to: Sanford Ocean Shuttle, Sanford Transit, Seacoast Business School, SMMC, Goodall Hospital, Kohl's, Biddeford Industrial Park, Biddeford Crossing, York County Community College, Lincoln School, Sanford Industrial Park

Other YCCAC Support services include:  Energy Assistance, Housing Assistance, WIC, Children's Services, Community Outreach and Transportation assistance
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