Needs Assessment Survey Input Needed

Planning is under way to improve access to transportation for people in Door County. Door County was among 10 communities selected to receive the Accessible Transportation Community Initiative (ATCI) grant offered by Easterseals Project Action Consulting (ESPAC), which is the consulting arm of Easterseals, Inc. The ATCI team is hoping to gather additional information from Door County residents through a Needs Assessment survey that can be accessed on-line at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DoorCountyNeedsAssessment. Surveys can also be obtained by calling Door-Tran at 920/743-9999 or picking one up at Door-Tran located on 1009 Egg Harbor Road in Sturgeon Bay.


Organizational Excellence Award

On Friday, September 23, 2016 Pam Busch, the Mobility Manager for Door-Tran, received the Organizational Excellence award from the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging (GWAAR) at their Wisconsin Aging Network Conference in the Wisconsin Dells. “We are truly honored to receive this award and feel that our team of staff, volunteers and board members do strive for excellence through all of our new and expanding transportation services”, said Busch. “Partnerships with providers and many organizations in our community and beyond is why we are able to provide the amount of services that we do”.

“It takes the cooperation of many partners to ensure that older adults have their transportation needs met. Door-Tran staff and volunteers go above and beyond by connecting customers with partner organizations for additional services. The collaborative leadership of Door-Tran has been key to serving the transportation needs of older adults in Door County”, said Wes Martin, GWAAR Board Member.


Golden Heart Group of the Year 2016

Congratulations to the volunteer drivers who were honored with a Group of the Year award. The group rallied together to meet the transportation needs for individuals who needed radiation therapy. We are very thankful to all of our volunteers who help us meet the transportation needs in our community!