Volunteer Drivers wanted for upcoming Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Community Vans

Saturday, October 20, 2018


A pilot program in partnership with King County Metro will bring flexible and affordable transportation options to the community and bridge transportation gaps.

Trips are volunteer-driven and open to the public. 

Build community, support your neighbors, and help the environment by becoming a Community Van Volunteer Driver today!

Volunteer Drivers will need 5 years of driving experience and a safe driving record. Volunteer Drivers always ride for free and choose how often to drive!

How to start:

1. Fill out the application HERE and return to Bree @ communityvan@hopelink.org

2. Take a Community Van Orientation via Skype (1 hour)

3. Take an Accessible Equipment and Disability Awareness Training (1 hour)

Contact Us:

Bree Boyce at communityvan@hopelink.org or 425-943-6721

More info:
  • The Vans: 
    • There are 2 vans - 6 and 12 passenger 
    • Wheelchair accessibility
    • Available days, evenings, and weekends depending on volunteer driver availability 
  • The Trips:
    • Trips can happen as long as there are at least 2 riders and 1 volunteer driver
    • Trips can take place throughout King and Snohomish Counties
    • No fixed routes – trips are based on where you want to go!
    • Door-to-door pick up available 
  • The Riders:
    • No eligibility requirements! The Community Van is available to all
    • Wheelchair accessibility
  • The Fare: 
    • $2.75 round trip regardless of distance or time
    • Fare types: Monthly Orca Card, Transit Go mobile tickets, or human services bus tickets
    • 2 hour free Metro transfer when you ride the Community Van 

 

0 comments:

Post a Comment

We encourage the thoughtful sharing of information and ideas. We expect comments to be civil and respectful, with no personal attacks or offensive language. We reserve the right to delete any comment.

  © Blogger template The Professional Template II by Ourblogtemplates.com 2009

Back to TOP