On June 22, 2022, the TAMC Board of Directors released the Draft Needs Assessment and Program Guidelines for the Cycle 3 Update of the Senior & Disabled Transportation Program. Public comments are currently being accepted until August 30, 2022. Please enter your comments in the Comment Form below. You can also send comments to Aaron Hernandez via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (831) 775-4412.Measure X Senior & Disabled - Cycle 3 - Draft Needs Assessment.pdfMeasure X Senior & Disabled - Cycle 3 - Draft Program Guidelines.pdf
Senior & Disabled Transportation Program Cycle 3 - Comment Form
2021 Annual Reports:PFC - FY20-21 - Annual Report.pdfKPM - FY20-21 - Annual Report.pdfAOA - FY20-21 Annual Report.pdfITN FY2020-21 - Annual Report.pdf
Successful Applications:Alliance on Aging - Cycle 2 - ApplicationITN Monterey County - Cycle 2 - ApplicationPartnership for Children - Cycle 2 - Grant Application.pdfKernes Pool - Cycle 2 - Grant Application.pdf
Cycle 2 Application Documents
The final Cycle 2 Program Guidelines were adopted by the TAMC Board of Directors on December 4, 2019. Cycle 2 includes about $1.5 million in Measure X funding for fiscal years 2020/21, 2021/22, and 2022/23. Applications were due Thursday, January 16, 2020.Grant Program Guidelines (PDF)Program Application (Microsoft Word)Project Budget Sample (Microsoft Excel)Project Timeline Sample (Microsoft Word)Proposal Signature Page (PDF)
The Senior & Disabled Transportation Services Program is part of the Regional Safety, Mobility and Walkability Measure X Program. Measure X allocates $15 million over 30 years to this program, which is approximately $500,000 per year.
The Transportation Agency conducted a needs assessment to evaluate the transportation needs of seniors and people with disabilities by regional sub-areas of Monterey County.
Program Purpose & Goals
As spelled out in the Policies & Project Descriptions for the Transportation Safety & Investment Plan:
- The purpose of this program is to increase transportation services for seniors and persons with disabilities to support their ability to live independently in their homes and communities.
- This program will fund non-profit transportation to support seniors and persons with disabilities.
- This program provides the following benefits:Give seniors more transportation options.Support independent travel by people with disabilities.Provide safer and more reliable senior transportation services.
The intent of this program is to fund projects, programs, and operations that meet these goals.
Draft Program Guidelines
The draft program guidelines and needs assessment were presented to the Monterey-Salinas Transit Mobility Advisory Committee and the Measure X Citizens Oversight Committee.July 16, 2019 – Citizens Oversight Committee – PresentationMay 29, 2019 – Mobility Advisory Committee – Presentation
Approximately $1.5 million were made available for the program’s initial 3-year cycle covering fiscal years 2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20.
Cycle 1 Closeout Reports:Alliance on AgingBlind & Visually Impaired CenterITN Monterey CountyKernes Adaptive Aquatics PoolVeterans Transition Center
2019 Annual Reports:Alliance on AgingBlind & Visually Impaired CenterITN Monterey CountyKernes Adaptive Aquatics PoolVeterans Transition Center
2018 Annual Reports:Veterans Transition CenterBlind & Visually Impaired CenterKernes Memorial PoolAlliance on AgingITN Monterey County
Successful Applications:Alliance on Aging – Senior Transportation Specialist Project (PDF)Blind and Visually Impaired Center – Orientation & Mobility Training (PDF)ITN Monterey County – Dignified Transportation of Seniors and Visually Impaired Adults (PDF)Josephine Kernes Memorial Pool – Kernes Pool Transportation Voucher Program (PDF)Veteran’s Transition Center – Mobility Opportunities for Veterans (PDF)
Aaron Hernandez is the Agency’s Senior and Disabled Program contact person. If you have any questions, you can reach him at (831) 775-4412, or via email at: email@example.com