Transportation Disadvantaged Program
Application for Transportation Disadvantaged
** Application available in other languages upon request.
Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC)
Alternative Service with Citrus County Transit, you may be eligible for transportation through the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged program, administered through Citrus County Transit. Individuals who are unable to provide for their own transportation due to age, disability or income, may be eligible for Transportation Disadvantaged service. Please contact Citrus County Transit to determine eligibility and applicable fees, at 352-527-7630.
For general information, complaints or problems that are not resolved to your satisfaction, you may contact the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged at 1-800-983-2435.
Customer Service: Call Citrus County Transit at 352-527-7630 for additional information or comments on our services. We value your feedback.
Servicio al Cliente: Llame a Citrus County Transit al 352-527-7630 para obtener información adicional o comentarios sobre nuestros servicios. Valoramos sus comentarios.
Revised July 19, 2017
Florida's Transportation Disadvantaged History
Florida's Transportation Disadvantaged Program began in 1979 with the adoption of Chapter 427, Florida Statutes. The Florida Legislature adopted this legislation to provide transportation disadvantaged services in a coordinated fashion.
Individuals who are unable to provide for their own transportation due to age, disability or income, may be eligible for Transportation Disadvantaged service
Transportation Disadvantaged is defined in Chapter 427, Florida Statutes, as:
"Those persons who because of physical or mental disability, income, status, or age, are unable to transport themselves or purchase transportation, and are, therefore, dependent upon others to obtain access to health care, employment, education, shopping, social activities, or other life-sustaining activities or children who are handicapped or high-risk or at-risk, as defined in s.411.202, Florida Statutes."