Seniors who are age 60 or over and who live in the Fox Cities portion of Outagamie or Calumet County are able to use Valley Transit II.
Service is administered by Valley Transit, with service provided, under contract, by Running, Inc.
The boundaries of Calumet & Outagamie Counties: Cities of Appleton, Kaukauna, Menasha, and Neenah; the Villages of Combined Locks, Fox Crossing, Kimberly, and Little Chute; and those parts of the Towns of Buchanan, Grand Chute, Harrison, Kaukauna, Neenah, and Vandenbroek that are within 3/4 mile of the fixed route system.
Outagamie County residents may travel to Winnebago County for medical appointments only.
Dial-A-Ride is for seniors who are age 60 or over and live in northern Winnebago County. For more information on this service, please click here or call 920-886-6130.
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Proof of Eligibility
Must show proof of age upon request.
Outagamie County residents should use an Outagamie Senior Certification. For information on how to obtain an Outagamie County Senior Certification card, please contact the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) at 920-832-5178.
Calumet County residents may use a legal ID card, driver’s license, passport, birth certificate.
Types of Trips
There are two types of services:
- Basic - Door-to-door
- Premium - Premium service is required when; the vehicle will be left unattended for a substantial amount of time, the vehicle is out of the driver's sight, or when assistance is requested beyond the first doorway.
This service is not meant for emergency or urgent medical care transportation. Passengers eligible for medical assistance reimbursement should use specialized medical transportation.
Passengers are limited to 4 carry-on items.
|Monday - Friday BASIC||$4.00|
|Monday - Friday PREMIUM||$6.00|
Sheets of 10 Basic or 10 Premium Valley Transit II tickets can be purchased from Valley Transit ticket outlets or by mail from Valley Transit.
Reminder: Exact cash fare or ticket is required for all trips. Checks are accepted. A certified rider may be accompanied by one guest or companion who must pay a $4.00 fare.
Fixed Route Options
All Valley Transit buses are wheelchair accessible. Each bus has two securement areas for passengers with wheelchairs.
Riders who are age 65 and over, or who have been certified as having a disability which causes them significant difficulty in using the bus, are eligible for a discounted fare when using Valley Transit buses.
For more information, see our Reduced Fare Certification page or call 920-832-5800.