Transportation / Driving
ADRC of Marquette County Transportation is a service for the elderly (60 and over), veterans, and/or disabled persons who are unable to drive or have no family member to take them to medical appointments. The Transportation Specialist will be available by phone to receive transportation requests Monday thru Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (excluding holidays and special training days). Transportation requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance (excluding weekends and holidays). It takes time to arrange a ride and if you do not give enough notice, you may not be able to obtain a ride. There is a fee-for-service for each ride.
480 Underwood Ave
Montello, WI 53949
Wisconsin’s Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) manager: DHS non-emergency medical transportation page
You can get free rides if you are enrolled in one of the following programs: BadgerCare Plus, Wisconsin Medicaid (including IRIS), Family Planning Only Services, Express Enrollment for BadgerCare Plus, Tuberculosis-Related Services Only Benefit. Ride Options form for Medical Appointments
Call 866-907-1493 or 711 (TTY). Make sure you have:
- Your name, date of birth, home address, and phone number
- Your ForwardHealth member ID (the 10 numbers listed on your ForwardHealth ID card)
- Your phone number and the street address where you want to be picked up
- The name, phone number, address, and zip code of the health care provider you are seeing
- The date and start time of your appointment
- The end time of your appointment if you know it
- Any special ride needs, including if you are bringing your child or a medically necessary escort or attendant
- The general reason for the appointment (checkup, eye appointment, etc.)
Online: Go to Veyo’s Member Portal . You will need to schedule rides at least two full business days before your appointment.
You will need to create an account. You will need your name, ForwardHealth ID, date of birth, and email address.
Rides can only be scheduled online for appointment locations you have already had a ride to with Veyo. If you want to schedule a ride to a new appointment location, please call 866-907-1493 (voice) or 711 (TTY).
MedVan Transport LLC
211 South Main Street
Neshkoro, WI 54960
Abby Vans: Open 24 hours/day, 365 days/ year. Wheelchair accessible. Pricing depends on trip, call for pricing.
1115 West 4th Street
Neillsville, WI 54456
(715) 743-3364 or (800) 236-8438
All Vet’s Transport: Free transportation is available for Veterans to medical appointments at the VA hospitals in Madison, Milwaukee, and the out-patient clinics in Baraboo and Beaver Dam. Hours are restricted to appointments between 9am and 2 pm. Vans do not have lifts, patients must be able to transfer from wheelchairs to vans independently. No emergency/ Ambulance calls available.
American Cancer Society-Road to Recovery: Free service for patients receiving cancer treatment. Patients must be ambulatory, and a 5-day notice is required. Call to verify days and times.
Amtrak: Multiple locations, however Portage and Wisconsin Dells locations are not staffed. Westbound train is generally in the late afternoon, east bound train mid-day. Call for details and prices.
- 400 W. Oneida Street
Portage, WI 53901
- 359 North Ludington Street
Columbus, WI 53925
- 100 La Crosse Street
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Berlin Senior Center
142 Water St
Berlin, WI 54923
(920) 361-5422 OPEN MON.-FRI. 8:00-4:00
BrightStar Care: Open 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. Call for pricing. Transportation services are only available if receiving companion and/or personal care services
Capital Express Transportation: Open 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. Wheelchair accessible. Stretcher van available. Call for trip pricing.
Classic Cab – Shared-Ride Taxi Service: Service area is Berlin, and a 5-mile radius surrounding the City. Lift vans available, wheelchair accessibility, door-to-door assistance for elderly and disabled. Monday – Saturday 7:30am – 5:30pm. Sunday & Holidays 7:30 am – 3 pm. After hours appointments possible. Fares are due upon boarding. Call for information.
Berlin, WI 54923
Comfort Care Transportation: Open 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. Call for pricing.
(608) 566-1140 or (800) 686-9817
Mini Bus & Volunteer Driver Programs
Waushara County DOAS
209 S Ste Marie St
Wautoma, WI 54982
Disabled License Plates & Parking Permits: Both are offered through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
PO Box 7306
Madison, WI 53707
Fox River Industries: Fox River Industries provides daily transportation for elderly and disabled employees in the Green Lake County area with Human Service vehicles provided through Disabilities Services, Inc. These vehicles are also made available for community use at competitive rates for those interested in providing transportation services to elderly and disabled residents of Green Lake County. All questions and concerns regarding our vehicles and/or transportation service should be directed to the manager.
Manager: Ed Schuh
(920) 361-3484 firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Lake County: All areas of Green Lake County are provided with “response to call-in”, door-to-door transportation services to any person 55 years of age and older or any handicapped person. The priority areas of the programs are to provide transportation to medical appointments, congregate meal sites, and other personal appointments necessary for daily living. Monday – Friday. Local rides need to be arranged 2 days prior to appointments, and 1 week for appointments in larger cities.
Transportation provided by volunteer drivers using private vehicles:
Green Lake (920) 294-6912
Princeton (920) 295-3322
Transportation provided by a van equipped with a wheelchair lift:
Berlin (920) 361-5422
Southern Green Lake County (920) 394-3008
Green Lake County Veterans Office
571 County Road A
Green Lake, WI 54941
Horse and Buggy Information: Information can be provided by the Marquette County Sheriff. Click Sharing the Road document for more information.
Koeppen’s Medical Transport: In services area, Koeppen’s serves Green Lake and Waushara counties.
217 Industrial Ave
Clintonville, WI 54929
(715) 823-5711 or (800) 622-5711
Lotsa Helping Hands: A painless way to organize help. Provides a help calendar where you can post requests for support (meals, transportation, or companionship).
118 N Peoria Street, 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60607
Madison Taxi: No wheel chair access. Call for trip pricing. Open 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.
Medical Transport & Rent-A-Van: Provided through Waushara Industries Inc. Call for information.
210 E Chicago Rd
Wautoma, WI 54982
MettaTransport: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Special occasions by appointment. Call for trip pricing. Wheel chair accessible, bariatric wheelchair accessible.
Portage Cab: Call for specific prices. Cab will also go outside of normal service area. Operates 24 hours/day every day.
Ripon Cab Service
313 Watson St, Ste D
Ripon, WI 54971
Union Cab: Open 24 hours/day, 365 days. Wheelchair accessible.
Van Go Taxi LLC: Open 24 hours/day. Senior discounts available. Wheelchair accessible
Vanpool: The State Vanpool program provides alternate transportation for state and non-state employees commuting to Madison from outside communities. Participants can join a group that is already established or if there are enough interested people, they can form a new Vanpool. Riders enjoy low rates, comfortable vans, and the benefit of convenient pick-up and drop-off locations. Portage, Columbus, Wisconsin Dells, Wyocena, Poynette and Lodi have established Vanpool groups.
Wisconsin Dells Taxi: Operates 7 a.m.-2 p.m., no wheelchair access. Call for trip pricing.
Wisconsin Employment Transportation Program: Offered through the Central Wisconsin Community Action Council. Provides car loans to income-eligible, employed individuals. Down payment is required.
Wheelchair Getaways of Wisconsin LLC: Accessible van rentals. Offering daily, weekly, monthly, and long-term accessible van rentals.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation * BDS225 – “Be Safe, Not Sorry” – Public guide for reporting medically-impaired drivers * MV3141 – Driver Condition or Behavior Report – Reporting medically impaired drivers * BDS345 – “Be Safe, Not Sorry” – Older driver workbook