County Ride is the public transit system for Queen Anne's County and is operated under the Department of Aging. The County Ride team is committed to assisting and increasing the transportation and mobility options of our county residents. Our staff is committed to providing quality transit services for the general public and specialized services for seniors and persons with disabilities who are unable to use the fixed-route public system.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) all vehicles providing services are wheelchair accessible, we accept all wheelchairs that can be safely accommodated by our buses and our drivers that are trained to help with special needs. In addition, door to door services are available to individuals with disabilities and disabled visitors who are not served by or who cannot use existing fixed or deviated route bus services. Upon notification, both Delmarva Community Transit and Queen Anne's County Ride will consider requests for reasonable modification to its existing ADA service practices or policies in order to ensure accessible services.
Deviated Fixed Routes
County Ride operates 3 deviated fixed routes, Route 1 (Kent Island & Grasonville to Easton), Route 2 (Centreville to Stevensville) and Route 3 (Annapolis). Deviated-fixed routes operate on a time schedule. Drivers may deviate off the route for any rider if the deviation is within 3/4 of a mile. Please call dispatch at 410-758-2361 or 410-758-2357 for more information about deviations.
Route 3 stops are located at Church Circle, AAMC, and Annapolis Mall. Route 3 operates Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. through 4:45 p.m.
Veterans living in Queen Anne's County and need a ride to mental, medical or behavioral health appointments can ride at no cost to and from those facilities thanks to generous donations from various organizations in Queen Anne's County.
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