When you schedule a round-trip ride, you actually are scheduling two one-way trips. Depending upon the length of the trip, you may be required to pay a fare each way.
Reviewed Jan. 5, 2023.
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The Town does support giving rides to seniors through the Castle Rock Senior Center. Medical rides are offered up to Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree and the Southeast Light Rail stop at the Ridgegate Station. For more information on how to register for the senior shuttle, visit our Transportation Services page or call the Castle Rock Senior Center at 303-688-9498.
In addition, Aging Resources of Douglas County will help seniors in Douglas County find rides to various locations including south Denver. For more information, contact Aging Resources of Douglas County at 303-814-4300.
In the future, the Colorado Department of Transportation Bustang transit service plans to open a stop in Castle Rock with the nearest stop at the Ridgegate Station in Lone Tree. The timing of this new service is currently unknown.
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If you use a wheelchair or other mobility device, you must let us know when you make your reservation. If you need assistance when you travel, such as help pushing your wheelchair, carrying packages or assistance with walking, you are encouraged to bring an attendant to help. There is no charge to bring an attendant along. Taxi drivers will provide boarding assistance to riders who use wheelchairs or scooters but are not required to provide additional help.
Only two round-trips per person may be scheduled at a time for medical or shopping trips. Work trips can be scheduled for a week at a time.