Flex routes operate similar to a standard route, stopping at specific times, however our buses can deviate one quarter of a mile for pick ups and drop offs. Tri-County Transit currently offers three flex routes to the general public in the greater Berlin, Littleton, and North Conway areas.
Door to Door services are operated throughout the region and offer either curb-to-curb or door-to-door shared-ride public transportation service, Monday through Friday. However, Medicaid insured riders can travel to medical appointments 7 days a week.
The Littleton Care-A-Van is a partnered service between Tri-County Transit and Littleton Regional Healthcare. LRH will continue its commitment to improved access to medical care by providing free scheduled rides to Physicians offices and Littleton Regional Healthcare outpatient services in which individual passengers can request transportation from their home to an LRH affiliated doctor free
Tri-County Transit operates a Long Distance Medical Program that transports passengers who have no other way to get to their medical appointments. Volunteer drivers are an important component of our operations, helping us increase access to healthcare. We currently transport passengers to many medical facilities in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
July 15, 2017
Scheduling using Medicaid.
TCT accepts Medicaid payments to get to appointments but not everyone is aware of how to use the Medicaid program ...
May 25, 2017
Tri-County Transit will forgo a day's worth of fares on all Flex Routes to give area residents a free opportunity to ...
July 15, 2017
Understanding the Flex Route.
Tri-County Transit currently offers several routes and services to the general public. Included among these services are ...