ADRC ridership going up

After taking a decline during the early parts of the pandemic, the Door County Transportation Department is seeing an uptick in its ADRC ridership. The department partners with Door 2 Door Rides for the service, which provides reliable transportation for people needing to go to their medical appointments, jobs, and grocery stores. Transportation Manager Pam Busch says they have taken a lot of steps to make sure the rides are safe for their clientele.

Busch says money from the CARES Act will go towards recovering the loss of revenue from decreased ridership and other COVID-19 related costs.

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