Lawrence County Transit Demand Response Service

 

Demand Response ServiceDemand response service is a form of transportation provided by the Lawrence County Transit (LCT) that is available to anyone in the public.

  • LCT provides door to door service to any destination.

  • Trip hours of operation are 5am-6pm.

  • Saturday and Sunday, if driver is available.

  • LCT administrative office hours are Monday through Friday 8 - 4:30

  • For most local trips, LCT charges $2.00 per mile.

  • Fares for long distance trips will be negotiated.

  • Drivers will not make cash change for fares.

  • Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance and trips can be reserved 14 days in advance.

  • LCT adheres to a five minute wait policy. If the passenger does not show within 5 minutes, the driver will leave. This will result in a NO SHOW charge of $4.00. Riders who do not call to cancel a trip within one hour of their scheduled pickup time are considered "No Shows." Excessive No-Shows are considered an abuse of the system and may result in  suspension of services.

  • One adult Personal Care Attendant (PCA) can ride with a customer who requires a PCA. The PCA will not be charged a fare, but the rider will be charged the standard fare. Both must be picked up and dropped off at the same address.

  • No smoking, eating or drinking.

  • All vehicles are handicap accessible and are FTA regulated.

  • All drivers meet all FTA certifications.

  • For scheduling or more information, call the Lawrence County Transit at 740-532-2269, or visit our web site at www.lawrencecountytransit.com

Provided to you by The Lawrence County Port Authority in coordination with area transportation services.

Notice of Title VI Rights:
Wheelchair LiftThe Federal Transit Laws, 49 U.S.C. 5332(b), provide that "no person in the United States shall on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or age be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any project, program or activity funded in whole or in part through financial assistance under this Act." This applies to employment and business opportunities and is considered to be in addition to the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Any inquiries or complaints related to Title VI may be sent in writing to the Title VI Officer at 223 South 2nd Street, Ironton, OH 45638 or call 740-894-7430.