In the Door County community, transportation is a basic need. Without access to safe, reliable, efficient, and affordable transportation, older adults and people with disabilities may be unable to access medical care, groceries, or activities at our Community Center, which isolates these individuals and diminishes their quality of life.
The County of Door offers affordable public transit services throughout Door County. Door County Connect (formerly known as the ADRC bus/van service) and Door 2 Door Rides, a shared ride taxi service, are available to anyone who needs a ride. These services will take you to or from medical appointments, grocery shopping or to run other errands. Service schedules and costs vary based on where you are traveling. You can find specific service information at www.doorcountyconnect.com.
For both services, rides are scheduled based on a reservation system, first come-first service. Therefore, schedule your ride as soon as you know your travel needs.
General Information: Call (920) 746-5982, Email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.doorcountyconnect.com
Schedule a Ride: Door County Connect-Public Transit (920) 746-6944
Door County Connect-Door 2 Door Rides (920) 746-6948
Get on Board. Get Connected.
Door Tran’s Veteran Volunteer Transportation Service
Door-Tran, a local non-profit, offers Door County veterans a no cost ride for medical appointments that are outside of Door County. Door County Connect shares a wheelchair accessible van with Door-Tran to provide this service. The County Veterans Services Office covers the cost of fuel.
More information can be found at www.door-tran.org or by calling Door-Tran at 920/743-9999 or 877/330-6333.