Will County Mobility Management Program

Project Description

This program will provide transportation and mobility management services for persons with disabilities, the elderly and low-income individuals residing in eastern Will County townships. The program is an outgrowth of the county's coordinated paratransit plan funded through the RTA's Subregional Planning program.

Funding History

2012
Local	  Federal	   Total
$386,000	$506,000 	$892,000

Funds Transferred from Washington Township awards:
Local	  Federal	   Total
$32,340	$32,970	$65,310     

Status
Status:

Implemented

Program:

Job Access Reverse Commute / New Freedom / Section 5310

Program Year:

2012

Project Type:

Operating, Capital, and Mobility Management

Grantee:

Will County

Current Activities:

The RTA Board approved the 2011 Program of Projects at its November 16, 2011 meeting. Grant agreements have been executed. By agreement with Washington Township this project has taken on the management responsibilities for grants initially awarded to Washington Township. As a result of this agreement an additional $32,970 in federal funding has been added to this project. Will County formed the Paratransit Council that will help to set policy for the project. The project began to provide service for Monee and Peotone townships on November 1, 2013. The service provided 187 trips in March 2014.

Information Updated:

June 2014


Funding
RTA:

$0

Local:

$418,340

Federal:

$538,970

Total:

$957,310


Study Documents
none

Related Transit Assets
none

Related Jurisdictions
Counties:

Will

Municipalities:

Aurora, Beecher, Bolingbrook, Braidwood, Channahon, Coal City, Crest Hill, Crete, Diamond, Elwood, Frankfort, Godley, Homer Glen, Joliet, Lemont, Lockport, Manhattan, Minooka, Mokena, Monee, Naperville, New Lenox, Orland Park, Park Forest, Peotone, Plainfield, Rockdale, Romeoville, Sauk Village, Shorewood, Steger, Symerton, Tinley Park, University Park, Wilmington, Woodridge

US Congressional Districts:

1 Bobby Rush, 11 Bill Foster, 14 Randy Hultgren, 16 Adam Kinzinger , 2 Robin Kelly, 3 Dan Lipinski

IL Senate Districts:

15 Napoleon Harris, 17 Donne Trotter, 19 Michael Hastings, 21 Michael Connelly, 38 Sue Rezin, 40 Toi Hutchinson, 41 Christine Radogno, 42 Linda Holmes, 43 Pat McGuire, 49 Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant

IL House Districts:

29 Thaddeus Jones, 34 Elgie Sims, 37 Renee Kosel, 38 Al Riley, 41 Darlene Senger, 75 Pam Roth, 79 Kate Cloonen, 80 Anthony DeLuca, 81 Ron Sandack, 82 Jim Durkin, 84 Stephanie Kifowit, 85 Emily McAsey, 86 Larry Walsh, 97 Tom Cross, 98 Natalie Manley

County Board Districts:

Will 1, Will 10, Will 11, Will 12, Will 13, Will 2, Will 3, Will 4, Will 5, Will 6, Will 7, Will 8, Will 9

Chicago Wards:

none

Councils of Mayors:

DuPage, Kane/Kendall, South, Southwest, Will

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