Mobility Management / Specialized Transportation

Public transit can’t easily meet all needs and populations benefiting from the individualized nature of specialized transportation include older adults, low-income single parents, young persons seeking their first job, individuals with disabilities or newly returning veterans.

AMMA works to creatively meet consumer needs within ever constrained budgets and operational limits. Our projects often involve constructing mobility management and non-traditional transit strategies for specialized populations.  These aim to improve mobility—through a family of services—and increase access to job opportunities, schooling, health and human services and life-enhancing activities.

AMMA’s strengths include:


  • Specialized transportation
  • Human services transportation
  • Travel training
  • Senior transportation studies
  • Tribal transit

Also, please see related work on these pages:

Related Projects

  • Placer County Transportation Planning Agency – WPCTSA Call Center Planning Assistance: Health Express Trip Assignment and Buss Pass Subsidy Programs
  • Placer County Transportation Planning Agency – Short Range Transit Plan for Western Placer Consolidated Transportation Services Agency (WPCTSA)
  • City of Los Angeles, Mar Vista Community Housing Authority – Local Mobility and Transportation Needs Assessment
  • Los Angeles County Area Agency on Aging/Community and Senior ServicesDoor-to-Door and Door-through-Door Transportation Needs Assessment / Development of New Freedom and JARC Applications for County Pilot Projects 
  • North San Diego County Transit DistrictNorth San Diego County’s Full Access & Coordinated Transportation Pilot
  • Rogue Valley Transportation District – “United We Ride” Plan / Public Transit – Human Services Coordinated Transportation Plan Update
  • San Diego County Department of Behavioral Health, Mental Health Services Transportation Needs Assessment