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Regional Transportation Coordination Plan
Southwestern Wisconsin
Locally Developed Coordinated Public Transit Plan
2014 - 2018
Southwestern Wisconsin
Regional Planning
Commission
Transportation Coordination Plan
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Southwestern Wisconsin
Regional Planning Commission
• Larry Wolf, Grant County
• Eileen Nickels, Grant County
• Arthur Carter, Green County
• Nathan Klassy, Green County
• John Waelti, Green County
• David Bauer, Iowa County
• Bradley Glass, Iowa County
• Shirley Barnes, Iowa County
• Jack Sauer, Lafayette County
• Timothy McGettigan, Lafayette County
• Lance McNaughton, Lafayette County
• Jeanetta Kirkpatrick, Richland County
• Robert Neal Smith, Richland County
• Bruce Wunnicke, Richland County
Southwestern Wisconsin
Regional Planning Commission Staff
• Lawerence T. Ward, Executive Director
• Troy Maggied, Planning Program Manager
• Ed White, Economic Development Program Manager
• Mary Penn, Associate Planner
• James Winters, Associate Planner
Southwest Transit Team
• Rita Harmon, Grant County Aging Disability Resource Center
• Linda Boll, Green County Aging Disability Resource Center
• Lara Crowly Iowa County Aging Disability Resource Center
• Kate Chambers, Lafayette County Aging Disability Resource Center
• Angela Porter, Richland County Aging Disability Resource Center
• Tom Schraeder, Hodan Center
• Ashley Nedeau-Owen, Southwest Community Action Program - LIFT
• Audrey Johnston, Southwest Opportunities Center
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This plan was prepared at the request and under the direction of the Wisconsin Department of
Transportation by the Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
We envision a southwestern Wisconsin that has met its full potential. A place that is recognized
for its resilient and diverse economy, high quality of life, and distinctive Driftless landscape. It will
be a place where interconnected bonds between individuals and organizations form strong communities of inclusion and cooperation. Southwestern Wisconsin will be a place where the richness
of the land contributes to the healthy lives of its residents and visitors — and the stewardship of
our natural resources is a shared and valued responsibility. Our region will be a place that fosters
innovation and creativity, inspiring and empowering thinkers and doers. With deep respect for
the traditions that built southwestern Wisconsin, we strive to create the best possible region for
tomorrow.
The Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission collaborates with communities and
organizations to build capacity within southwestern Wisconsin, serving as advocates for its residents. We create opportunities and develop dynamic solutions to the challenges facing the region. We foster growth by supporting innovative endeavors that provide tangible benefits to
those we serve. We believe in the bold vision of southwestern Wisconsin and work to build the
region’s future.
For more information, please contact:
Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
PO Box 262
Platteville, WI 53818
Southwestern Wisconsin
Regional Planning
Commission
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Southwestern Wisconsin
Locally Developed Coordinated Public Transit Plan
2014 - 2018
Contents
Executive Summary
Introduction
Planning Process
Present Conditions
Needs and Gaps
Goals and Actions
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Appendices
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Maps
Public Forum Invitation
Public Forum Agenda
Survey
Public Forum Invitation List
Evaluations
Transportation Providers
Public Forum Attendees
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Executive Summary
Transportation coordination is a process where human service agencies,
transportation providers, consumer groups, and public officials work together
to develop and improve services for transportation disadvantaged individuals. Specifically, transportation disadvantaged individuals are people who are
unable to provide their own transportation as a result of disability, age-related
condition, or income. The Transportation Coordination Plan develops cooperative strategies between county governments and transportation providers
through public outreach and reaching out to individuals who are the most at
risk of becoming isolated because of a lack of transportation.
This document outlines the planning process of engaging with the transportation disadvantaged, the needs and gaps in service identified by those individuals, and their solutions in meeting their needs on a local and regional scale.
Additionally, this plan seeks to expand transportation access to anyone wishing to utilize public transportation. Their feedback was taken as well. Goals
and actions identified from the public were honed by a group of transportation experts and developed into the following plan. This document outlines
specifically the needs and goals of Grant Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland
Counties.
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Introduction
The plan key components include:
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Overview of the Planning Process
Needs and Gaps
Regional Framework of Goals and Actions
Local County Goals and Actions
Proposed Funding Sources
Agencies and Individuals Responsible for Plan Implementation
Timeline
Introduction
Transportation Coordination Plan Requirements
Federal transit law, as amended by the Safe Accountable Felxible Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users” (SAFETEA–LU), requires that projects
selected for funding under the Elderly Individuals and Individuals with Disabilities (Section 5310), Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC), and New Freedom programs be “derived from a locally developed, coordinated public transithuman services transportation plan” (hereafter, “Transportation Coordination
Plan”) and that the plan be “developed through a process that includes representatives of public, private, and non-profit transportation and human services
providers and participation by members of the public.”
According to SAFETEA-LU, a transportation coordination plan must include an
assessment that identifies currently available transportation services and resources, service needs for individuals with disabilities, older adults, and people
with low incomes and the gaps between resources and needs to develop a prioritized transportation coordination plan with prioritized goals.
Projects competitively selected for funding from the above sources, must be
derived from a coordinated plan that minimally includes the following elements
at a level consistent with available resources and the complexity of the local
institutional environment:
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An assessment of available services that identifies current
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transportation providers (public, private, and non-profit)
An assessment of the transportation needs for individuals with
disabilities and older adults
Strategies, activities, and/or projects to address the identified gaps
between current services and needs, as well as opportunities to
improve efficiency in service delivery
Priorities for implementation based on resources (from multiple
program sources), time, and feasibility for implementing specific
strategies and/or activities identified
While the above Federal programs require the Transporation Coordination Plan,
a number of other transit funding sources are available in Wisconsin. While not
all of these programs require this coordinated plan this plan should prove a universal guide for program planning and further grant/ funding identification and
application for Southwestern Wisconsin.
State of Wisconsin funding programs:
85.21 – Specialized Transportation Assistance Program for Counties
The purpose of this program is to provide financial assistance to counties providing transportation services for elderly and disabled persons. This funding is
designed to promote “human dignity and self-sufficiency,” through providing
transportation options to people who typically do not have as much access.
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sistance Program (WETAP).
Federal Transit Authority funding programs:
FTA 5310 – Transportation for Individuals who are Elderly and Individuals with
Disabilities.
This program provides formula funding to states for capital projects to assist in
meeting the transportation needs of the elderly and persons with disabilities.
This funding, available to public entities and private non-profit entities involved
in transporting seniors and persons with disabilities, has historically been used
for capital expenditures, typically for accessible vehicles.
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FTA 5317- New Freedom Program
The New Freedom Program (NF) provides formula funding for new public transportation services and service alternatives beyond those required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The New Freedom program aims to provide additional tools for persons with disabilities seeking to overcome existing barriers
integrating into the workforce and participating fully in society.
A Larger Planning Purpose
FTA 5311 – Formula Grants for Other than Urbanized Areas
This program provides formula funding to states for transportation in rural areas, defined by having a population less than 50,000. This program specifically
serves to enhance access to healthcare, shopping, education, employment,
public services, and recreation.
In October of 2010, southwestern Wisconsin was one of 45 regions in the
United States to receive federal funding to plan for our economic vitality and
regional growth. This funding was made available by the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of a new federal initiative, the
Partnership for Sustainable Communities, made of HUD, the US Department of
Transportation (DOT), and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
FTA 5316 – Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (JARC)
The JARC program provides formula funding for projects that assist individuals
with low incomes and other individuals with transportation services to access
jobs and employment-related activities. This program is combined with other
funding sources and known as the Wisconsin Employment Transportation As-
This project, titled Grow Southwest Wisconsin, was a grassroots charge led by
Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SWWRPC), to develop
a plan that will guide our rural region to greater social and economic self‐sufficiency. The overall objectives of this effort are to identify and capitalize on local
resources, to better produce our own energy and food, minimize commutes
Introduction
Figure 1
Grow Southwest Wisconsin
Goals , Actions, and Objectives Related to
Transportation Coordination
and maximize employment of our local population in Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland Counties.
Grow Southwest was largely successful because of its public outreach. Over
the course of the planning process, 37 public meetings were held with over 100
participants, and over 100 additional participants were surveyed. Participants
were grouped into nine areas of interest. One of those areas of topics was
transportation.
While the Grow Southwest Wisconsin plan is not directly related to the Transportation Coordination Plan, Grow Southwest Wisconsin provided a framework
to examine a wide array of transportation issues in southwestern Wisconsin
that overlap with the needs and priorities outlined through the Transportation
Coordination Plan process. Grow Southwest, and the experts and community
members who contributed to the plan, recognized that in southwestern Wisconsin, transportation is integral to not only an individual’s standard of living,
but survival. Transportation is absolutely vital to the economic, social, and environmental strengths of southwestern Wisconsin and also to the day to day
survival of individuals who rely on public transportation programs to survive.
The Grow Southwest Wisconsin planning process identified the following transportation goals which are directly related to the needs prioritized in this document, are listed in Figure 1.
• Increase efficiency (better match between capacity and use)
• Improve coordination of available services.
• Improve coordination between modes and
services (e.g. transfers, etc.).
• Identify existing conditions.
• Increase access to information.
• Increase awareness of services.
• Educate stakeholders and the public about
available services and options.
• Better market transit and rideshare
services.
• Increase vehicle occupancy.
• Improve incentives for carpooling.
• Encourage employers to provide
incentives for carpooling to work.
• Improve and increase number of Park ‘n
Ride lots with bus connections.
• Improve timing of services.
• Create multi-modal transit hubs.
• Educate the public about alternative
transportation options.
• Increase funding/investment.
• Incentivize economic growth.
• Provide tax incentives.
• Increase public-private partnerships.
• Improve inter-governmental coordination.
• Improve communication/common language.
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Figure 2
Grow Southwest Wisconsin Vision
We envision a southwestern Wisconsin that has met its full potential. A place that is recognized for its resilient and diverse
economy, high quality of life, and distinctive Driftless landscape. It will be a place where interconnected bonds between
individuals and organizations form strong communities of inclusion and cooperation. Southwestern Wisconsin will be a
place where the richness of the land contributes to the healthy
lives of its residents and visitors -- and the stewardship of our
natural resources is a shared and valued responsibility. Our
region will be a place that fosters innovation and creativity,
inspiring and empowering thinkers and doers. With deep respect for the traditions that built southwestern Wisconsin, we
strive to create the best possible region for tomorrow.
Transportation and access to it is essential to the quality of life and survival of
the residents of southwest Wisconsin. Again and again through public outreach
we see the same trends. People need to have a clear understanding of existing
services, better access to coordinated services, and more transportation options than what have been previously available.
This Transportation Coordination Plan has a place in the overarching framework
provided by Grow Southwest. The same needs and priorities reflected in Grow
Southwest vision were also reflected in the Transportation Coordination plan.
These two plans, working in tandem, help frame the overall body of work of the
SWWRPC while giving a specific and targeted focus to the needs of the region,
specifically transportation. This way transportation coordination is one small
step to realizing the vision of southwestern Wisconsin as outlined by the Grow
Southwest Wisconsin Project.
This plan focuses on southwestern Wisconsin and will identify existing transpor-
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tation options available to residents with disabilities, older adults, people with
low incomes, and those who do not drive due to needs or by choice. This plan
will also identify needs and gaps in services and prioritizes goals and actions to
improve the level of service. Ensuring an adequate system of transportation
options for every person living in southwestern Wisconsin is absolutely critical
to establishing and maintaining a high quality of life.
Planning Process
Public Forum
One public forum was held in Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland Counties. Each meeting addressed the planning purpose for this document and provided the following information.
1. An assessment of available services that identifies current transportation
providers (public, private, and non-profit)
2. An assessment of the transportation needs for individuals with disabilities
and older adults
3. Strategies, activities, and/or projects to address the identified gaps between
current services and needs, as well as opportunities to improve efficiency in
service delivery
4. Priorities for implementation based on resources (from multiple program
sources), time, and feasibility for implementing specific strategies and/or
activities identified
Stakeholders were informed about the meeting through mailed invitations. A
copy of the invitation can be found in Appendix B, and the complete stakeholder invitation list can be found in Appendix E. Each meeting was publicly posted
in accordance with open meeting law (see Appendix C for the agenda).
The meeting was facilitated by SWWRPC and County Aging Disability and Resource Centers (ADRC) agencies. Stakeholders were provided background education on Transportation Coordinated Plan requirements and funding sources
available for transportation in each county. Attendees were provided with a
current transportation provider list and invited to review and update it as necessary.
What sets this public forum apart from the previous Transportation Coordination Plans was its open-ended format. Rather than spending most of the meeting relating information about funding structures and plan requirements, SWWRPC and the five county ADRCs developed a program that briefly summarized
the requirements of the plan to budget the rest of the meeting time for analyzing existing services and brain-storming new possibilities. The forum’s open
ended format was designed not only to maximize the amount of time available
to discuss the “issues” of transportation coordination, but to also maximize the
accessibility of the meeting.
The brain storming session was broken into the following exercises:
1. A values activity to “break the ice” and highlight what is broadly important
to county residents
2. An assessment of needs in the county and the potential gap between the
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values in the community and the community’s ability to fulfill those values
3. An analysis of the needs and gaps identified in the previous public forum and
their relevance in the current planning process
Twenty-four stakeholders attended the meeting; see Appendix H for a list of
these stakeholders by name and organizational affiliation or representation.
4. A critique of the existing transportation services, how they have addressed
the needs and gaps of the previous planning process, and how they can
address the needs and gaps currently identified
Green County Public Forum
5. A map exercise to highlight the physical location of potential gaps in service
6. A final brain-storming exercise to develop plan goals and actions to address
the needs and gaps in the county. Participants were asked to vote on the
plan goals and activities that they felt were the most important, given their
previous analysis of the needs and gaps in each of their counties.
Grant County Public Forum
The Grant County ADRC held a public meeting on May 29, 2013 from 9-1pm
at Southwest Technical College, 1800 Bronson Blvd. in Fennimore to develop
the following Transportation Coordination Plan in accordance with Federal and
State regulations. Mailed invites were sent to a stakeholder list of 272 people.
The stakeholder list was created by county staff and was representative of the
broad public, private, and non-profit transportation interests in the county. Free
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refreshments and lunch were provided for all attendees.
The Green County ADRC held a public meeting on May 22, 2013 from 1:304:30pm at the Monroe Public Library, 925 16th Ave. in Monroe to develop the
following Transportation Coordination Plan in accordance with Federal and
State regulations. Mailed invites were sent to a stakeholder list of 246 people.
The stakeholder list was created by county staff and was representative of the
broad public, private, and non-profit transportation interests in the county. Free
refreshments were provided for all attendees.
Twenty-five stakeholders attended the meeting; see Appendix H for a list of
these stakeholders by name and organizational affiliation or representation.
Iowa County Public Forum
The Iowa County ADRC held a public meeting on May 16, 2013 from 10:00am2:00pm at the Health and Human Services Center on 303 West Chapel St. in
Dodgeville to develop the following Transportation Coordination Plan in accordance with Federal and State regulations. Mailed invites were sent to a stake-
holder list of 88 people. The stakeholder list was created by county staff and
was representative of the broad public, private, and non-profit transportation
interests in the county. Free refreshments were provided for all attendees.
Sixteen stakeholders attended the meeting; see the Appendix H for a list of
these stakeholders by name and organizational affiliation or representation.
Lafayette County Public Forum
in Richland Center to develop the following Transportation Coordination Plan
in accordance with Federal and State regulations. Mailed invites were sent to a
stakeholder list of 423 people. The stakeholder list was created by county staff
and was representative of the broad public, private, and non-profit transportation interests in the county. Free refreshments were provided for all attendees.
Fourteen stakeholders attended the meeting; see the Appendix H for a list of
these stakeholders by name and organizational affiliation or representation.
The Lafayette County ADRC held a public meeting on June 4, 2013 from 9:00am12:00pm at Bridges Restaurant on 201 Christensen Dr. in Darlington to develop
the following Transportation Coordination Plan in accordance with Federal and
State regulations. Mailed invites were sent to a stakeholder list of 229 people.
The stakeholder list was created by county staff and was representative of the
broad public, private, and non-profit transportation interests in the county. Free
refreshments were provided for all attendees.
Eighteen stakeholders attended the meeting; see Appendix H for a list of these
stakeholders by name and organizational affiliation or representation.
Richland County Public Forum
The Richland County ADRC held a public meeting on April 26, 2013 from
9:30am-11:30pm at the Community Services Building on 221 West Seminary St.
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Survey
In addition to the public forum, SWWRPC and each county ADRC collaborated
to distribute a survey. Similar to the public forum, the survey’s accessibility
through its distribution methods and language was critical to its success. The
survey was distributed in print and online. SWWRPC and ADRC representatives from Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland Counties collaborated
for eight shared survey questions. Each county also provided additional survey
questions that were specific solely to services in each of their respective counties. A copy of each county’s survey can be found in Appendix D.
Plan Process as Related to Goals and Actions
The goals identified and prioritized from the public forum were reviewed by
county ADRCs, and by SWWRPC to develop a more formalized and targeted
structure to the implementation of plan goals.
Additionally, a set of regional trends were established between the needs and
gaps identified in the forum and the survey. Each of the five counties in southwestern Wisconsin shared similar needs and gaps. The common needs from
county to county provided the framework necessary to draft a shared set of
regional goals. This shared set of goals provide additional benefit to the region
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by acknowledging regional challenges and the steps necessary collaborate with
regional partners in implementation.
Keeper of the Plan
Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission will be the designated
keeper of the Transportation Coordination Plan.
Present Conditions
Low income population, aging and elderly population, and disabled population
are important groups to consider when planning for transportation in southwestern Wisconsin. These groups are the most likely to need access to public
or assisted transportation. In the previous Transportation Coordination Plan,
transportation was prioritized into areas with the highest density. However,
public outreach efforts have shown that better integration is needed between
more dense “urban” areas and rural communities. Population density is not the
only way to prioritize services.
A number of providers (public, private, and non-profit) serve regional transportation needs. The following sections outline these providers with contact
information, services offered, and funding sources used as well as a summary
of the present conditions for each county. A complete list of all transportation
providers in each county can be found in Appendix G.
Grant County
Grant County is a rural County, with a population of 51,208 per the 2010 census
data. Population is expected to increase by 4.2 percent to 53,347 in 2035 according to the Wisconsin Demographics Services Center. The largest community
in Grant County is the City of Platteville, with a population of 11,224 also according to the 2010 Census. The County covers a large land area, approximately
1,183 square miles.
As the ADRC- Grant County notes, many older people need assistance with their
transportation needs. Some no longer drive while others choose not to drive
during winter months. The ADRC operates four transportation programs which
primarily serve the needs of the elderly and disabled.
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Bus - The Bus Service transports older people, and disabled of any age
from home to a designated location of their choice in wheelchair
accessible vehicles on scheduled days.
Taxi - The Taxi Service provides door to door transportation with a
wheelchair accessible vehicle for individuals of any age that live in
Boscobel, Fennimore, and Lancaster on scheduled days.
Specialized transportation for persons with mobility issues.
TRIPS - The TRIPS Program provides transportation to medical and
important business appointments by volunteers that use their own
vehicles.
Green County
Green County is a rural County, with a population of 36,842 per 2010 census
data. Population is expected to increase by 25.5 percent to 46,219 in 2035 according to the Wisconsin Demographics Services Center. The largest community
in Green County is the City of Monroe, with a population of 44,673 also according to the 2010 Census. The County covers a land area of approximately 585
square miles.
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Green County is served by its Aging & Disability Resource Services Unit of Human Services, Access Medical Transit, Countryview Transport, Lamers Bus Lines,
and Monroe Cab-Brown Cab Company.
The Green County ADRC Services Unit provides transportation services for elderly (age 55 and over) and disabled county residents. Disabled individuals are
not required to have an official “disability determination”. Eligible disabilities
may be physical, developmental, or due to a chronic mental condition. The
Green County ADRC Services transportation programs include the Driver Escort
service and the bus/van service.
Driver Escort Services are provided by volunteers who use their own vehicles to
drive consumers to their destination. Priority is given to medical and nutritional
needs, although efforts are made to meet shopping and recreational needs,
when feasible. Advance notice is required to arrange a ride and 48 business
hours’ notice is requested. Riders must be able to enter and exit the vehicle on
their own (volunteers are not allowed to lift, push, pull or provide medical care).
Shuttle Bus Service provides transportation to medical appointments, shopping, nutrition, business and personal needs; priority will be given for medical
appointments/procedures. The fleet consists of two handicapped accessible
vehicles each capable of carrying two wheelchair passengers: a 2006 6-8 passenger E350 Ford van and a 2010 14 passenger E450 bus; and a 2010 E350
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mini-bus capable of carrying one wheelchair passenger and 7-9 seated passengers. The bus and/or mini bus is scheduled to operate Tuesday through Friday,
approximately 52 weeks per year and the van operates on an as-needed basis.
The Green County ADRC Services Unit accepts reservations for its shuttle routes
and is aware of how many seats may be left unfilled. Their policy states that
they serve elderly and disabled individuals; however, if space is available, they
will accommodate other consumers.
Currently the bus and/or mini-bus runs on Wednesdays and Thursdays, as follows:
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New Glarus & Monticello to Monroe every Wednesday;
Belleville, New Glarus, and Monticelllo to Monroe on the 1st
Wednesday of each month
Albany, Brodhead, and Juda to Monroe on the 2nd & 4th
Thursdays of each month
Monroe to Madison on the 3rd Thursday of each month
Monroe to Janesville every other 1st Thursday
Iowa County
Iowa County is a rural County, with a population of 23,687 per 2010 census data.
Population is expected to increase by 22.4 percent to 29,000 in 2035 according
to the Wisconsin Demographics Services Center. The largest community in Iowa
County is the City of Dodgeville, with a population of 4,693 also according to the
2010 Census. The County covers a land area of approximately 763 square miles.
Iowa County is served by the ADRC Driver Escort Service and CARE-A-VAN shuttle bus, the Hodan Center, Inc., Grant Co. Taxi (services City of Dodgeville) and
Road Crew (that provides flexible, demand-response taxi service to prevent
drunk driving.) A summary of services provided by the Iowa ADRC as follows:
Driver Escort Service is a volunteer service utilizing a corps of 20 to 30 drivers
in private automobiles. Volunteer drivers are reimbursed at a rate of at least 35
cents per mile. The amount of reimbursement is computed each month and can
increase based on current gas prices at the pump. The program has expanded
with access to a lift-equipped van. Several volunteers have been trained in its
use and it is available to all elderly, disabled, and veterans of Iowa County.
• Equipment: Driver Escorts utilize their own automobiles. The ADRC
also has access to a lift-equipped van that is used by the Driver Escort
Program.
• Route: The Driver Escort program operates on a demand response
system offering door-to- door service.
• Reservations: A person requesting transportation calls the ADRC Office
48 hours in advance for the Driver Escort and the ADRC will accept
collect calls.
• Passengers: The Driver Escort service will provide transportation to
Iowa County residents who are 60 years or older and also to county
residents who are disabled regardless of age.
• Revenue: Clients using the Driver Escort service are charged a fee for
that service (see table).
Bus Service — The ADRC operates a mini-bus that runs on a fixed route with
deviations and has days available for group trips once each week. The driver is
employed and trained by the ADRC Office.
• Equipment: The bus is a 2011 Ford Chassis mini-bus that is lift-equipped
and has space for two wheelchairs with 12 passengers seated or one
wheelchair and 14 passengers seated.
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Route: The bus program operates on a regular fixed route system with
deviations using pickup points and destination points. Door-to-door
service is allowed if a client is unable to reach the pickup point or has an
appointment location that does not correspond to the destination but
is within the immediate area.
• Reservations: A person requesting transportation must call the ADRC
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Office at 608-930-9835. Transportation should be requested at least 24
hours in advance. The ADRC does accept collect calls.
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Passengers: Bus service is targeted toward Iowa County residents who
are 60 years or older and/or disabled regardless of age. Particular
emphasis is placed on serving those who are most socially and
economically disadvantaged. However, the general public is given the
opportunity to use the bus service on a space available basis. Should
seating capacity become an issue, the elderly and/or disabled receive
priority.
• Revenue: People who are 60+ years of age or people with disabilities
are given the opportunity to make a donation for their ride; the general
public is charged a fee.
Lafayette County
Lafayette County is a rural County, with a population of 16,836 per 2010 census
data. The largest community in Lafayette County is the City of Darlington, with
a population of 2,451 also according to the 2010 Census. The County covers a
land area of approximately 635 square miles.
A number of providers (public, private and non-profit) exist to serve Lafayette
County’s transportation needs. The following table shows these providers with
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contact information, services offered, and funding sources used.
Bus transportation services are provided by Lafayette County Human Services
and a service area that covers the entire geographic area of Lafayette County.
The Human Services department serves any person age 60 years of age or older
or the spouse of someone 60 years of age or older; Persons with disabilities,
who are younger than 60 may be served on a space-available basis; and the
Medical Assistance transportation reimbursement program using the lift van
or bus and/or the volunteer driver escorts. If there are seats available any nonelderly person may ride for a set fee. Regular trips are scheduled by the month
and are published in the monthly Upper Horizon newsletter that is published
and distributed by the Shopping News and mailed directly to households. Service is door-to-door, and is based on the location and destination of riders.
Service is requested through the Human Services department office with one
point of contact. It is suggested that reservations be made at least 24 hour prior
notice, however if there is space available on the day of the trip seats may be
filled by anyone. There is a suggested donation for each trip based on the pickup point and the destination. There is a fee for service for anyone who does not
meet the service eligibility criteria. The suggested donation list as well as the
fee for service list is published annually in the Upper Horizon newsletter.
Priority of service is given to trips that are classified as:
1) Medical
2) Nutritional
3) Work-related
The following steps are used to ensure that priority trips take precedence over
other trips: Advance reservations, at least 24 hour prior notice for service is
required, and passengers requesting services for the above three reasons are
given priority.
Bus overload is handled by sending an additional vehicle or using the driver
escort program. Routes and schedules are currently in effect to accommodate
priority purposes. Charter trips may be provided in addition to the regular trips
to Madison, Monroe, Platteville, WI, and Dubuque, IA, to various activities and
places of interest.
Richland County
Richland County is a rural County, with a population of 18,021 per 2010 census
data. Population is expected to increase by 4.19 percent to 18,777 in 2035 according to the Wisconsin Demographics Services Center. The largest community
in Richland County is the City of Richland Center, with a population of 5,184 also
according to the 2010 Census. The County covers a land area of approximately
589 square miles.
Available transportation options for County residents are provided by Richland
County Health and Human Services Driver Escort Program, Towne Taxi (Richland Center), Richland Center Transit, and Schmitt Woodland Hills. VARC, LIFT,
Coulee Trails and Work n’ Wheels provide services in Richland and surrounding
counties.
In 2012, Richland County expanded the transportation program to include the
Richland County Public Transportation bus routes into the rural communities.
The theme of the Richland County Transportation is “Connecting our Communities.” The program is dedicated to helping rural residents and border communities connect with Richland Center and the surrounding counties. Richland
County continues to coordinate the Driver Escort Program which provides doorto-door transportation service to the elderly (60 years or older) and disabled
residents of Richland County to primarily medical appointments within an 85
mile radius. In addition vehicles with mechanical lifts are available to Richland
County residents for wheel chair transportation to medical appointments.
Additional Transportation Providers
Southwest Wisconsin is additionally served by the following regional transportation providers and services that attend regular Southwest Transit Team
(SWTT) meetings with the County ADRCs and are considered to be key partners
in the transportation coordination planning process:
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Southwest Opportunities Center, Inc. (SOC)
Southwest Opportunities Center, Inc. (SOC) is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to providing employment and programming for adults with disabilities
who live in Grant County and the surrounding counties of Southwest Wisconsin. It is a shared vision to eliminate barriers so that individuals with disabilities
can have equal opportunities in their communities. Their programming environment promotes independence, personal growth, and community connections. These opportunities are currently provided through day services, seniors
programming, supportive home care, employment and training services, community employment, supportive home care, and social, recreational, and community enrichment.
SOC offers transportation services to all individuals who receive services at SOC.
They operate four fixed route, door-to-door transportation services that covers
all of Grant County and on an as needed basis, the bordering Counties of Iowa,
Lafayette and Crawford.
All vehicles meet ADA requirements and are equipped with wheelchair lifts, forward facing seats, and wheelchair securements. All passenger seats have three
point safety harnesses. Vehicles are inspected yearly by the Wisconsin State
Patrol using the Department of Transportation’s standards for Human Service
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SOC’s fixed route transportation is open to the public, as long as space is available and the potential riders needs fit within the time SOC is in their community.
Vehicles are also available for lease by other non-profit organizations.
The Hodan Center Inc.
The Center provides a community rehabilitation program for adults with disabilities. It is the mission of Hodan Center, Inc. to provide and promote opportunities for work and personal development so that persons with disabilities can
achieve individual life goals.
The Center provides work services, food services, and enrichment activities
in-house. Employment services are provided at various job locations in Iowa,
Lafayette, and Grant counties. Adult Basic Education is offered through our Enrichment Activities department.
The Center operates five resale/retail (Bargain Nook) stores in five counties. As
of August, 2010, Hodan Center offers senior services for adults with disabilities
who are over 55 years of age.
Hodan Center owns and operates the Wisconsin Innovation Kitchen, a food
service and marketing kitchen. The Wisconsin Innovation Kitchen houses all of
Hodan Center’s Farmhouse Recipes food processing operations for canning our
jams, sauces, pickles, and dry packaging of our soup mixes, cookie and muffin
mixes, and dip mixes. Hodan also administers Farmhouse Recipes Catering op-
erations in this building.
To support its clients, the Center operates a transportation system that runs
seven bus routes in Iowa, Lafayette, and Grant counties and three wheelchair
accessible vans for medical transportation needs for private pay users. When
available, these vehicles are made available for other users.
This program also allows local employers to have access to a larger pool of
workers from outside the immediate walking distance of their businesses. As a
result of this program the unemployment rate will lessen and overall economic
conditions will improve due to workers earning higher wages.
Southwest Wisconsin Community Action Program (SWCAP)
The Head Start program, administered by SWCAP, owns and operates 13 buses
covering the 4 counties.
SWCAP provides a several functions to the community in their ongoing mission
to end poverty in southwestern Wisconsin. The Work ‘n Wheels Program provides 0% interest, auto loans, purchasing assistance and counseling to low-income persons who can prove they have the necessary income to make monthly
payments. No one is excluded from the program solely due to past credit history, lack of other assets, etc. As a result, the SWCAP Work ‘n Wheels program
does not own any vehicles or other transportation resources.
SWCAP also houses the LIFT program, a mobility management and transportation program. LIFT works with existing transportation providers and partners,
including county Aging Unit (DSS/Human Services), disabled Veteran Transportation, shared ride taxi services, regional specialized medical transportation
services, the WisDOT Rideshare program, the Wis-DOA State Van Pool, the Hodan Center, and the Southwest Opportunity Center to promote the concept of
sharing resources and coordinating rides to improve service cost and coverage.
The goal of the Work ‘n Wheels Program is to provide low-income working people with the opportunity to obtain higher incomes by being able to commute to
better paying jobs throughout southwestern Wisconsin. By providing zero interest rate small car loans for high quality used cars and assistance in obtaining
the cars the program has shown that it is effective in increasing client personal
income by $4,800 per year. This increase is based on the participant’s ability
to drive to better paying jobs and potential to increase the number of hours
worked.
The SWCAP LIFT program is a project partner with SWWRPC to plan and implement the new Driftless Connect Program. The program is possible because of
funding from the Transportation Community, and System Preservation Program
(TCSP). Driftless Connect is a collaboration program between a regional network of transportation providers. By utilizing smart phone technology, provider
participants can improve efficiency, and provide a faster and more positive experience for the user.
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Needs and Gaps
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The following needs and gaps were identified by participants at each of the five
public forums. The number next to the need correspond to each county’s goals
and objectives. The goals and objectives are identified in the next section.
9)
There is a stigma that comes with public transportation in this region.
More should be done to eliminate the negative perception of using
public transportation.
Grant County Needs and Gaps
More people need to know about public transportation services and
options. People do not use public transportation because they do not
know about it.
1)
Residents of Grant County need more “quality of life” or special trips
10)
2)
Users should have some say in potential special trip locations
11)
Communication and outreach methods should be increased.
3)
Some community members have no way of getting to community
events
12)
Communication should be enhanced. Language needs to be made
more accessible
4)
The volunteer driver program needs to be expanded
13)
Ridership should be increased
5)
Grant County needs more volunteer drivers
Green County Needs and Gaps
6)
There should be more funding so that Grant County can expand its
services
1)
Residents of Green County need more “quality of life” or special trips
7)
The cost for transportation is too high
2)
Rural Green County should be more connected. Specifically, it is difficult
to get from rural to rural locations.
8)
Transportation in the region is too fragmented, it should be easier to
coordinate services
3)
Green County needs more volunteers for transportation services
4)
Green County services should be expanded
5)
There should be more funding so that Green County can expand its
services
6)
The cost for transportation is too high
7)
Transportation in the region is too fragmented, it should be easier to
coordinate services
8)
There is a stigma that comes with public transportation in this region.
More should be done to eliminate the negative perception of using
public transportation.
9)
More people need to know about public transportation services and
options. People do not use public transportation because they do not
know about it.
10)
Communication should be increased. More online and print mediums
should be considered
11)
Communication and outreach methods should be increased
12)
Communication about services should be more accessible
13)
Services should be made more efficient, so that more services may be
possible
Iowa County Needs and Gaps
1)
Communication should be increased. More online and print mediums
should be considered.
2)
Transportation in the region is too fragmented; it should be easier to
coordinate services.
3)
Communication about services should be more accessible
4)
Communication and outreach methods should be increased
5)
Iowa County residents need to know all of the transportation services
available to them.
6)
Residents of Iowa County need more “quality of life” or special trips
7)
Rural Iowa County should be more connected. Specifically, it is difficult
to get from rural to rural locations.
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8)
There is a stigma that comes with public transportation in this region.
More should be done to eliminate the negative perception of using
public transportation.
5)
Lafayette County need more volunteers
6)
Lafayette County services should be expanded
9)
There should be more funding so that Iowa County can expand its
services
7)
Ridership should be increased
10)
Iowa County services should be expanded
8)
Lafayette County needs more quality of life trips
11)
The cost for transportation is too high
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1)
2)
Communication should be increased. More online and print mediums
should be considered.
Communication and outreach methods should be increased
3)
Lafayette County residents need to know all of the transportation
services available to them.
4)
Transportation can be confusing. It should be easier to understand
transportation options
Richland County Needs and Gaps
1)
All people in Richland County need access to transportation
2)
Communication should be increased. More online and print mediums
should be considered.
3)
Communication and outreach methods should be increased
4)
Richland County residents need to know all of the transportation
services available to them.
5)
Residents of Richland County need transportation options that would
allow them to use transit to get to work
6)
Rural Richland County should be more connected. Specifically, it is
difficult to get from rural to rural locations.
7)
After hours transportation needs to be available
8)
There should be more funding so that Richland County can expand its
services
9)
Richland County services should be expanded
10)
Ridership should be increased
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Goals and Actions
The following strategies establish the framework for a five-year work program
from 2014 to 2019. The listed strategies and actions were identified by meeting participants and voted on to establish priority. County staff and SWWRPC
collaborated to take the goal recommendations and establish local goals and
actions. Common elements between all five counties’ survey and forum were
used to establish a regional framework.
• Promote transportation services by bringing transportation assets to
residential buildings and neighborhoods
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Regional Framework
• Promote services to non-traditional users
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
The following is a shared set of goals and actions between Grant, Green, Iowa,
Lafayette, and Richland Counties. If a need was expressed in a public forum or
on the survey, that was also shared across all five counties, then it was added
to the regional framework. This way if a need was addressed in a public forum, but a corresponding goal was not also addressed, then strategies could be
shared from county to county.
Additional goals specific to each county are listed as well.
Regional Goal 1: Enhance the quality and quantity of communication
about transportation services
• Partner with organizations to promote transportation resources
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
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• Educate potential users about what to expect from transportation services
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Promote services at community events
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize non-traditional media to promote services to the community
(Social Media/Internet)
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize and promote ride-share boards to provide transportation services
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Make communication accessible without the use of transportation jargon and
as appropriate to the intended audience
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Enhance communication between the transportation provider and the user
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Regional Goal 2: Plan, develop, and implement a regional marketing
strategy to reduce stigma and increase awareness about transportation
services
• Use marketing to improve public perceptions about transportation services
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Extend free passes to businesses to encourage employee ridership
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Use language that is relevant to a broad-based audience
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Increase advertising through a variety of media
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Promote services through a “friend-rides-for-free” program
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize existing consumer and county mailings to promote services
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Collaborate with business and trip destinations to provide incentives for
providing transportation to their establishment
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Create and establish a consistent marketing platform across regional
transportation services
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Regional Goal 3: Continue to increase collaboration between transportation providers to form a regional transportation network
• Create and promote “one-stop shop” opportunities through both the
utilization of a website and a regional phone number promoting all
transportation providers within the region
o Medium term (2-3 years)
• Create and distribute a regional transportation opportunity brochure
promoting all transportation providers within the region
o Medium term (2-3 years)
• Create a regional driver pool to share volunteer drivers between
transportation providers across the region
o Medium term (2-3 years)
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• Collaborate regionally between transportation providers to provide training
opportunities for staff and volunteers
o Medium term (2-3 years)
Regional Goal 4: Collaborate regionally to advocate for continuing
transportation funding
• Continue to advocate for sustained local, state, and federal funding
o Short term (1-2 years)
• Outreach for funding opportunities from the private market
o Long term (3-5 years)
• Outreach for funding opportunities from non-profit sources
o Long term (3-5 years)
• Promote, and educate regarding the opportunities of a Regional Transit
Authority
o Long term (3-5 years)
Regional Goal 5: Create opportunities for rideshare both regionally and
locally
• Partner with businesses and community organizations to promote
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ridesharing within their own organizations and networks
o Medium term (2-3 years)
• Partner with county and municipal governments to create and establish
rideshare boards
o Medium term (2-3 years)
• Encourage ridesharing across organizations and providers to maximize
efficiency
o Medium term (2-3 years)
• Promote existing online rideshare services
o Medium term (2-3 years)
Grant County Goals and Actions
Grant County Goal 1: Expand transportation to community events and
other “quality of life” trips throughout the county and the region
• Meet with Chamber of Commerce, church groups, and civic
organizations to plan ahead for future community events and provide
transportation to and from the event
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Promote community events in exchange for the promotion of
transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 9, 10, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Advertise transportation services using radio, press releases,
and other promotional methods
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 9, 10, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Feature transit vehicles in area parades and at community events
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 9, 10, 11,13
o Lead Person/Agency: SOC and ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Survey riders in November/December to see where they want to go for
special trips to prepare for the following year
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Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 13
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21/5310
Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
Grant County Goal 2: Increase the number of volunteer drivers
• Partner with organizations and businesses to find potential drivers
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Outreach Worker
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Reach out to retirees looking to give back to their community
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Outreach Worker
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Advertise driver volunteer positions in local papers, community posters,
church bulletins and other local community platforms
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Outreach Worker
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
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o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
Grant County Goal 3: Coordinate with other counties to develop a regional transit system, seek funding, and provide service over longer distances
• Continue to collaborate with the Southwest Transit Team to develop and find
ways of uniting under a single regional platform
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7, 8, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Continue to collaborate with the Southwest Transit Team to provide linkages
to other counties, transportation providers, and other transportation
networks
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 8, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Continue working with the Southwest Transit Team to secure 5310 capital
assistance to purchase vehicles, specifically Southwest Opportunities Center
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and Hodan Center
o Need or Gap addressed: 6
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Continue to contract for vehicle usage as needed with Orchard Manor
Nursing Home, Southwest Opportunities Center and Hodan Center
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 8
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
Grant County Goal 4: Use marketing and promotion techniques to help
mitigate the stigma of using ADRC/special needs transportation services
• Partner with and present transportation services to community organizations
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: SOC and ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Go to apartments and neighborhoods so residents can view the schedule and
have first-hand experience with the vehicles
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Market directly to younger and non-traditional users about transportation
options
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: SOC and ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311, 5310
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
Grant County Goal 5: Use “Bus Buddy” volunteers to assist in educating
the public of available transportation services
• Have a “Bus Buddy” volunteer escort and assist new riders in how to properly
use transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Have a “Bus Buddy” volunteer present and promote transportation services
at public events
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Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Transportation Coordinator
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Green County Goals and Actions
Green Goal 1: Increase transportation mobility options and/or services
for Green County residents
• Plan and implement a shuttle to Freeport Illinois at a frequency yet to be
determined
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Work with Lutheran Social Services, provide transportation for special
recreation events for the Developmentally Disabled population and
their caregivers
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 9, 11
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
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• Develop a feasibility study to implement a County shared ride taxi program,
then implement the service as is necessary
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator, ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 5311
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Develop a detailed gap analysis of northeastern Green County, identify gaps,
and design services and changes in service to address gaps
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator, ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Collaborate with Lafayette County to ensure that transportation needs are
met in the border towns of Browntown, Argyle, and Blanchardville
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor, ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 5310
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Monitor fleet needs regularly and secure funding to update as needed
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator, ADRC Supervisor
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o Proposed Funding Source: 5310
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Continue to review current routes and make adjustments that facilitate
broader transportation access to more people
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator, ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Expand the Driver Escort program by increasing the number of volunteers
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years), Ongoing
• Find and pursue additional funding sources and strategies to support in
creased service options
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 5, 6
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Develop and implement a consumer satisfaction tool and other processes to
regularly gather evaluative data on current and proposed services to assure
efficient and effective service
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 12, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Aging Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
Green County Goal 2: Enhance the quality and quantity of communication about transportation services
• Utilize social media to inform others of transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Improve the Green County ADRC website and use search engine optimization
to ensure users can reach it
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Marketing tools for county provided transportation will be reviewed by a
group of potential consumers to assure clarity and understanding
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Partner with other transportation providers to develop written media to help
educate the public about all transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Green County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (1 to 2 years)
• Promote the availability of county transportation services to the general
public when seats are available
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Promote transportation services by annually placing the vehicles at senior
housing complexes in each Green County community and provide a “show
and tell” education event
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
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• Promote transportation services at the annual Green County Senior Fair and
other large community event venues
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
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Develop a travel training/travel assistant program
Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11, 12
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
Green County Goal 3: Expand and improve the Driver Escort Program
• Create and promote to business, service organizations and general
community, volunteer recruitment marketing materials aimed to increase the
number of volunteers available to the program
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Continue to provide all Driver Escorts with orientation and on-going training
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to support Driver Escort roles
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Human Services Assistant
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Develop and implement usage of a consumer satisfaction tool to assess
effectiveness of the Driver Escort service
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Offer and utilize Driver Escorts when number of riders does not meet
minimum capacity requirements
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Unit Secretary
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
Green County Goal 4: Continue to increase collaboration between
transportation providers on a local and regional level
• Participate in Southwest Wisconsin Transit Team meetings pursuing and
implementing regional collaboration opportunities (training, marketing
efforts, one-stop-shop, etc.) as appropriate
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Pursue development of a local county transportation specialist who has an
extensive knowledge of local/regional transportation resources, has inter
viewing/assessment capacity to determine consumers’ needs, and can present
transportation options tailored to person’s individualized needs
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
• Promote “one-stop shop” via a regional phone number that is prefix routed
to the appropriate ADRC local office
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
• Continue to facilitate the Green County Transportation Coordination
Committee, working to enhance participation and strengthen its role in
coordination efforts
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Assess and implement as feasible sharing of volunteer driver resources with
neighboring county border towns
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Partner with Lafayette County ADRC to assure transportation needs are met
in border towns such as Argyle, Browntown, and Blanchardville
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 7, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor, ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Continue to partner with the Monroe Cab in coordinating services in the City
of Monroe as well as other county-wide efforts
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 4,
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
Green County Goal 5: Plan, develop, and implement a marketing strategy to reduce stigma and increase ridership and awareness about transportation services
• Develop and implement an annual multi-media marketing plan focused solely
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on marketing transportation services to other providers and potential
consumers
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Develop a travel/training /travel assistant program
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 8, 9, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2 to 3 years)
• Create a marketing blitz that focuses upon the multiple positive reasons con
sumers should consider utilizing transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Promote utilization and education of the transportation services via special
one day trips, local arts venues, and community events/festivals to enhance
positive service images
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4, 8
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Programs Coordinator
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
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Green County Goal 6: Create opportunities for rideshare
• Educate and promote online rideshare services to Green county
consumers
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Pursue local government interests in creating rideshare boards
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
Green County Goal 7: Advocate for continued transportation funding
• Educate the Green County Transportation Coordination Committee and Aging
and Disability Advisory Committee on transportation funding issues providing
the tools for membership advocacy efforts
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Supervisor
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
• Collect and disseminate transportation consumer stories that exemplify the
needs county transportation services to decision makers
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 5, 6
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Unit Secretary
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3 to 5 years)
• Encourage public participation in transportation hearings/forums through
use of individualized invites as well as use of public media
o Need or Gap addressed: 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC Unit Secretary
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1 to 2 years)
Iowa County Goals and Actions
Iowa County Goal 1: Increase Consumer Awareness of Available Transportation Services
• Develop and Distribute more effective transportation brochures listing all
services and all transportation providers available to Iowa County residents
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Improve and expand the Iowa County ADRC Website to include information
listing all transportation services available to Iowa County residents – list all
providers and their contact information
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize internet search engine optimization to ensure potential users can find
transportation websites
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Use more accessible language on the websites and printed materials that
would be more user friendly and allow easier access to current and future
consumers
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Use transportation service vehicles to distribute brochures to target locations
and discuss transportation options
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Form a focus group to help promote awareness of available transportation
services – also work with existing ADRC Board to review printed and digital
promotion materials to insure clarity and understanding to existing and
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potential consumers
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Continue attending events around the County to distribute information about
transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Officially develop and promote a program to educate transportation
providers about all transportation services available so that they may direct
users to other providers if that provider better fits the needs of the user
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Iowa County Goal 2: Increase access of transportation outside of Mineral Point/Dodgeville Area
• Investigate additional funding sources to assist with increasing access of
transportation to all rural areas in addition to Mineral Point and Dodgeville
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
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o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Coordinate Core Needs – identify core needs and create routes that will allow
rural areas to connect to areas that supply core needs on a regular basis
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Advertise that persons aged younger than 60 can ride the bus if there is space
available
o Need or Gap addressed: 8, 9, 10, 11
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Research events in rural areas that the transportation service vehicles can
be present and be available for visitors to the event to step on and also
receive information about Iowa County Transportation Services
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Advertise more heavily in local papers, churches and businesses targeted
rural areas that are not receiving as much service
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4, 7, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Develop procedure to determine need for weekend/after hour transportation
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 4, 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
Iowa County Goal 3: Change negative perception regarding riding public
transportation
• Reduce stigma and increase ridership by developing and implementing a
marketing strategy to educate consumers about the positive reasons
consumers should consider utilizing transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Have transportation service vehicles visible at events around the County, give
consumers the ability to get on the vehicles, ask questions, and receive
information
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Develop a program to educate and train consumers to become “Travel
Assistants” – Riders that will assist other riders with information about
services available through the use of brochures/contacts
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Develop an Ambassador Program
• When creating programs and naming public transportation service vehicles,
use language that will be appropriate to a broader audience than only the
elderly and disabled
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Stop along current transportation routes to speak with people about the
benefits of public transportation Allow them to enter transportation service
vehicles
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Promote transportation services to younger individuals
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o
o
o
o
Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Allow users to “flag” a bus or transportation asset for a ride
o Need or Gap addressed: 8
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Go to locations where elderly and younger meet – introduce transportation
program and distribute information/contact information/website
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
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local and regional level
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Partner with surrounding counties in coordinating services so needs are met
in border towns
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
Iowa County Goal 4: Advocate for different forms of transportation
• Continue to collaborate with the County Taxi – help work towards expanding
existing services in Dodgeville and also in other cities/towns
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Continue to participate in SWTT meeting pursuing and implementing regional
collaboration opportunities
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County, Hodan Center
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Advocate for continued funding and continue to seek additional revenue
streams
o Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Continue to increase collaboration between transportation providers on a
• Seek for funding to acquire additional transportation service vehicles
o
o
o
o
Need or Gap addressed: 9, 10, 11
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
o
o
o
o
Need or Gap addressed: 3, 10
Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Iowa County Goal 5: Expand and improve the Driver Escort Program
Lafayette County Goals
• Continue to provide orientation and training to support driver escorts
o Need or Gap addressed: 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Lafayette County Goal 1: Improve the quality of service in Lafayette
County by increasing the number of volunteers for transportation programs
• Recruit volunteers by partnering with businesses, services organizations, and
by promoting to the general public
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 3, 4, 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Seek funding to purchase tools for driver escorts
o Need or Gap addressed: 10
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Iowa County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Provide training for Driver Escorts in areas other than safety such as users
with special needs that may need specialized attention and/or care
• Partner with community groups and service organizations to promote the
benefits of public transportation as well as the opportunities to volunteer
(Firemen, churches, villages, parades, American Legion, Chamber of
Commerce, Town boards, etc.)
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Share volunteer drivers between programs and transportation providers
o Need or Gap addressed: 5, 6
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County, LIFT
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Expand the volunteer driver program to all communities in Lafayette County
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7
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o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Lafayette County Goal 2: Enhance the quality and quantity of communication about transportation services
• Partner with organizations to promote transportation resources
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County, LIFT
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Educate potential users about what to expect from transportation services,
LIFT
o Need or Gap addressed: 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Promote services to non-traditional users
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette Count
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Promote services at community events
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 7
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o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize non-traditional media to promote services to the community
(Social Media/Internet)
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County, LIFT
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize and promote ride-share boards to provide transportation services, LIFT
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Make communication accessible without the use of transportation jargon and
as appropriate to the intended audience
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County, LIFT
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Enhance communication between the transportation provider and the user
o Need or Gap addressed: 4
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Lafayette County Goal 3: Increase the amount of riders using public
Richland County Goals
transportation
• Increase the amount of quality of life trips to include natural areas, outdoor
recreation, Cabelas, baseball games, farmers markets, movies, dining, etc.
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7, 8
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Promote services through printed materials
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County, LIFT
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Use existing special trips to expand and prioritize trips utilizing user feedback
o Need or Gap addressed: 6, 7, 8
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (2-3 years)
• Use the “Buddy” system or travel-assistants, offering free pass if you bring a
friend
o Need or Gap addressed: 7
o Lead Person/Agency: ADRC-Lafayette County
Richland County Goal 1: Provide opportunity for all people in Richland
County to participate in the community by increasing transportation access
• Continue to identify those needing transportation (particularly those who
have given up)
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Identify and contact associational networks to highlight transportation
services (doctors, clinics, businesses, churches, social groups)
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Create a travel assistance service to encourage and help familiarize new riders
to the services
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
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o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
• Utilize existing transportation systems as a resource to enhance the quality of
life for county residents
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years)
Richland County Goal 2: Expand transportation opportunities building
on the current system
• Explore alternate funding streams, including private pay, collaborative
business partners, 5311, and other state/federal dollars as applicable
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 8, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Expand services to allow after-hours transportation – in particular emergency
room discharge.
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 7, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
• Build rideshare knowledge and access into current services
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 5, 6, 7, 10
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o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21, 5311
o Timeline: Medium term (2-3 years)
Richland County Goal 3: Expand current programming to provide transportation services to workplace commuters
• Conduct a feasibility study to determine how to implement efficient
commuter transportation services if feasible
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 5, 6, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 5311, 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Research and secure local, state and federal funding for the new expansion of
operational costs associated with commuter transportation services
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 5, 8, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 5311, 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
• Collaborate with local organizations and businesses to secure reliable
transportation for their employees and possible consumers
o Need or Gap addressed: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 5311, 85.21
o Timeline: Long term (3-5 years)
Richland County Goal 4: Increase community awareness through a
transportation service marketing campaign
• Partner with organizations to promote transportation resources
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years), Ongoing
• Utilize non-traditional media to promote services to the community
(Social Media/Internet)
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years), Ongoing
• Promote transportation services by bringing transportation assets to
residential buildings and neighborhoods
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years), Ongoing
• Promote services to non-traditional users
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4, 9, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years), Ongoing
• Promote services at community events
o Need or Gap addressed: 2, 3, 4, 10
o Lead Person/Agency: Richland County-ADRC
o Proposed Funding Source: 85.21
o Timeline: Short term (1-2 years), Ongoing
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Evaluation and Transportation Coordination
The regional framework and corresponding timeline provides the necessary
structure to incorporate the plan goals and actions into regularly occurring SWTT
meetings. If each county and transportation provider implements the shared
plan goals and actions according to the timeline in the regional framework, then
additional strategies and implementation methods can be shared as they arise.
Additionally, one annual SWTT meeting shall be reserved to report each year’s
progress in plan implementation. SWTT members unanimously decided to
schedule the evaluation meeting annually in the first quarter, beginning in 2015.
The following performance measures may be considered during the annual reporting:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Increase/decrease in ridership
Expansion/contraction in programming/schedules
Growth in promotional materials
Number of new partners made in outreach efforts
Number of free passes distributed and used
Number of new “quality of life” trip destinations
Number of new promotion documents/programs
Survey reporting
o Quality of service/customer satisfaction
o Changes in ridership demographics
Appendix A
Maps
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Transportation Coordination Plan
29
30
Transportation Coordination Plan
31
30
Transportation Coordination Plan
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32
207
Population 65 Years
or Older in
Iowa County
by Census Tract
340
Persons 65 Years or Older
131 - 152
153 - 190
191 - 223
224 - 298
299 - 434
435 - 748
320
221
401
273
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a
technical survey and is not intended to be one.
SWWRPC is not responsible for any inaccuracies
herein contained.
¯
0
1.75
3.5
7
10.5
14
Miles
Source: American Community Survey 2011
Table S101Plan
Transportation Coordination
31
Population Without
Access to a Vehicle
in Iowa County
by Census Tract
59
Number of persons with
no access to a vehicle
45
11 - 27
28 - 45
46 - 65
66 - 93
94 - 142
143 - 243
109
25
43
106
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor
a technical survey and is not intended to be
one. SWWRPC is not responsible for any
inaccuracies herein contained.
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32
0
1.5
3
6
9
12
Miles
Source: American Community Survey 2011
Table S101
Population in Poverty
in Iowa County
by Census Tract
520
Number of persons in poverty
199
156 - 248
249 - 367
368 - 491
492 - 633
634 - 917
918 - 1731
280
434
248
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a
technical survey and is not intended to be one.
SWWRPC is not responsible for any inaccuracies
herein contained.
206
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0
1.75
3.5
7
10.5
14
Miles
Source: American
Community
Transportation
Coordination
PlanSurvey 2011
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Table S101
Population 65
Years or Older in
Lafayette County
by Census Tract
187
223
248
Number of Persons 65 years or older
131 - 152
153 - 190
191 - 223
224 - 298
217
299 - 434
435 - 748
206
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28
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a
technical survey and is not intended to be one.
SWWRPC is not responsible for any inaccuracies
herein contained.
0
1.5
3
6
9
12
Miles
Source: American Community Survey 2011
Table S101
Population Without
Access to a Vehicle
in Lafayette County
by Census Tract
52
42
Number of persons with
no access to a vehicle
11 - 27
28 - 45
46 - 65
50
66 - 93
94 - 142
143 - 243
26
69
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This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a
technical survey and is not intended to be one.
SWWRPC is not responsible for any inaccuracies
herein contained.
0
1.5
3
6
9
12
Miles
Source: American Community Survey 2011
Table S101
Transportation Coordination Plan
29
459
Population in Poverty
in Lafayette County
by Census Tract
245
Number of persons in poverty
156 - 248
249 - 367
368 - 491
492 - 633
634 - 917
268
918 - 1731
304
364
This map is neither a legally recorded map nor a
technical survey and is not intended to be one.
SWWRPC is not responsible for any inaccuracies
herein contained.
¯
0
30
1.5
3
6
9
12
Miles
Source: American Community Survey 2011
Table S101
Transportation Coordination Plan
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28
Transportation Coordination Plan
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Appendix B
Invitation
Transportation Coordination Plan
53
Meeting Dates
Grant County
• Wednesday, May 29
• 9am - 1pm
• Southwest Technical
• College
• Room 365
• 1800 Bronson Blvd
• Fennimore, WI 53809
• Lunch will be served!
Green County
• Wednesday, May 22
• 1:30pm - 4:30pm
• Monroe Public Library
• 925 16th Avenue
• Monroe, WI 53566
Iowa County:
• Thursday, May 16
• 10am - 2pm
• Health and Human
• Services Center
• 303 West Chapel St
• Dodgeville, WI 53533
• Lunch will be served!
Lafayette County
• Tuesday, June 4
• 9am - 12pm
• Bridges Restaurant
• 201 Christensen Dr
• Darlington, WI 53530
Richland County
• Thursday, April 25
• 9:30am -11:30pm
• Community Services Building
• 221 West Seminary Street
• Richland Center, WI 53581
Free transportation is
available! Contact ADRC
transportation providers for
a ride to the public forum!
YOU ARE INVITED!
to the
Southwest Wisconsin
TRANSPORTATION
COORDINATION
Public Forum
Southwestern Wisconsin
Regional Planning
Commission
For more information:
(608) 342-1057
www.swwrpc.org/wordpress/
southwest-transit-team/
In Collaboration with Grant, Green, Iowa,
Lafayette and Richland Counties Aging and
Disability Resource Centers; Hodan Center;
Southwest CAP; Southwest Opportunities
Center; and WisDOT
Help us help you with
your transportation
needs!
The Southwest Wisconsin Regional
Planning Commission and the
Southwest Transit Team are looking
for your feedback on how to improve transportation coordination
within Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland Counties.
Anyone who uses,
provides, or is interested
in public transportation
is invited to attend!
Meetings are held in each of the five
counties. You are invited to participate!
Assessments of transportation
needs and gaps gathered at these
planning meetings will develop the
Coordinated Transportation Plan for
each of the five counties in Southwest Wisconsin.
These plans will influence transportation decisions in your community
and the use of state and federal
funds for the next five years, and
help improve the service you
receive!
Your feedback is appreciated!
Take a Survey!
In addition to coming and providing your feedback at our county
meetings, please also voice your
opinions about transportation by
taking our survey. You can find
the survey and more information
on the program here:
www.swwrpc.org/wordpress/
southwest-transit-team/
-ORIf you can’t get to the internet,
contact your county’s ADRC for
a paper copy!
Appendix C
Meeting Agenda
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Agenda
Southwest Wisconsin Transportation Coordination
Public Forum - Grant County
Part of the Southwest Transit Team including
Grant, Green, Iowa and LaFayette Counties
May 19, 2013
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location:
Southwest Technical College
Room 365
1800 Bronson Blvd
Fennimore WI 53809
----- Agenda ----Welcome & Introductions
Agenda Review
Coordination Meeting Overview


State and Federal Grant Programs (Transit 101)
FTA and WisDOT Plan Requirements
Review of Services and 2010 Coordination Plan
 Review of current transportation services in*UDQW County

Discussion of what was accomplished and what are unmet needs
o Review needs and gaps identified in 2010 forum
o Review goals identified in 2010 forum
Plan Development
 Development of Goals and Activities
 Strategies and Action Development Discussion
 Coordination Plan Strategies
 Develop and Approve Prioritized Coordination Action Plan
Wrap-up
Agenda
Southwest Wisconsin Transportation Coordination
Public Forum - Green County
Part of the Southwest Transit Team including
Grant, Iowa, LaFayette, and Richland Counties
May 22, 2013
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location:
Monroe Public Library
925 16th Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566
----- Agenda ----Welcome & Introductions
Agenda Review
Coordination Meeting Overview


State and Federal Grant Programs (Transit 101)
FTA and WisDOT Plan Requirements
Review of Services and 2010 Coordination Plan
 Review of current transportation services in Green County

Discussion of what was accomplished and what are unmet needs
o Review needs and gaps identified in 2010 forum
o Review goals identified in 2010 forum
Plan Development
 Development of Goals and Activities
 Strategies and Action Development Discussion
 Coordination Plan Strategies
 Develop and Approve Prioritized Coordination Action Plan
Wrap-up
Agenda
Southwest Wisconsin Transportation Coordination
Public Forum - Iowa County
Part of the Southwest Transit Team including
Grant, Green, LaFayette, and Richland Counties
May 16, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location:
Health and Human Services
303 West Chapel St
Dodgeville, WI 53533
----- Agenda ----Welcome & Introductions
Agenda Review
Coordination Meeting Overview


State and Federal Grant Programs (Transit 101)
FTA and WisDOT Plan Requirements
Review of Services and 2010 Coordination Plan
 Review of current transportation services in ,RZD County

Discussion of what was accomplished and what are unmet needs
o Review needs and gaps identified in 2010 forum
o Review goals identified in 2010 forum
Plan Development
 Development of Goals and Activities
 Strategies and Action Development Discussion
 Coordination Plan Strategies
 Develop and Approve Prioritized Coordination Action Plan
Wrap-up
Agenda
Southwest Wisconsin Transportation Coordination
Public Forum - Lafayette County
Part of the Southwest Transit Team including
Grant, Green, Iowa, and Richland Counties
June 4, 2013
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location:
Bridges Restaurant
201 Christensen Dr
Darlington, WI 53530
----- Agenda ----Welcome & Introductions
Agenda Review
Coordination Meeting Overview


State and Federal Grant Programs (Transit 101)
FTA and WisDOT Plan Requirements
Review of Services and 2010 Coordination Plan
 Review of current transportation services in /DID\HWWH County

Discussion of what was accomplished and what are unmet needs
o Review needs and gaps identified in 2010 forum
o Review goals identified in 2010 forum
Plan Development
 Development of Goals and Activities
 Strategies and Action Development Discussion
 Coordination Plan Strategies
 Develop and Approve Prioritized Coordination Action Plan
Wrap-up
Agenda
Southwest Wisconsin Transportation Coordination
Public Forum - Richland County
Part of the Southwest Transit Team including
Grant, Green, Iowa and LaFayette Counties
April 25, 2013
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location:
Richland County ADRC
221 W. Seminary Street
Richland Center, WI 53581
----- Agenda ----Welcome & Introductions
Agenda Review
Coordination Meeting Overview


State and Federal Grant Programs (Transit 101)
FTA and WisDOT Plan Requirements
Review of Services and 2010 Coordination Plan
 Review of current transportation services in Richland County

Discussion of what was accomplished and what are unmet needs
o Review needs and gaps identified in 2010 forum
o Review goals identified in 2010 forum
Plan Development
 Development of Goals and Activities
 Strategies and Action Development Discussion
 Coordination Plan Strategies
 Develop and Approve Prioritized Coordination Action Plan
Wrap-up
Appendix D
Survey
Transportation Coordination Plan
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Grant County
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Transportation Survey
Thank you for taking our survey! This information will be used to develop the Transportation
Coordination Plan for Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. This plan will influence
transportation priorities and state and federal funding for the next five years. More importantly, it will
help improve the service you receive!
For more information on any of our transportation programs, please call the ADRC of Grant County
at (608) 723-6113 or toll free at (877) 794-2372.
1. How do you currently travel to and from your home? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Drive a personal vehicle
Ride with family or friends
Walk or bicycle
Carpool
Taxi-cab service
Community van, shuttle, or bus service
Volunteer driver escort program
Veterans Administration (VA) transportation
Unable to travel
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
2. When you leave home, where do you go regularly? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Job
School/Educational program for self
Child-care provider/Educational program for child
Medical care provider(s)
Place of worship
Shopping (groceries, hardware store, pharmacy, etc.)
Social or community events (movies, sports events, etc.)
Dining (restaurants, fast food, meal sites, etc.)
Visiting friends, neighbors, or relatives
Government office/Community center
I do not leave my home
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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3. If you do not use ADRC or public transportation services, why? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
I do use your service
Difficulty finding out about service or fares
It required scheduling too far in advance
Cost for the service was too high
Embarrassing to use “special transportation”
Took too much time traveling
Unable to get to a pick-up location
Destinations were not available under the current routes
Difficulty working with more than one transportation provider
Difficulty with the driver
Difficulty with the staff (other than the driver)
Language/communication barriers
Times of service were not compatible with transportation needs
I do not need to use your service
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4. What four improvements do you think would be of the greatest benefit to users of regional
transportation services?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
A regional toll-free phone number for scheduling trips
Regional internet website for scheduling trips
Travel-assistants to help familiarize new riders with using local transportation services
Convenient pay system for regular users across multiple transportation providers
Marketing to promote awareness of the local transportation services
Special kits explaining how to use local transportation services
Expansion of existing services
Creation of new services
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
5. What are the biggest obstacles to where you would like to go?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Physical limitations (age, chronic health problem, medical condition)
Financial limitations (can’t afford a car, gasoline is too expensive)
No access to a personal vehicle
No driver’s license
Transportation that is provided doesn’t have services offered at the times I need
Services do not include my desired destinations
Coordination of rides is too confusing
Coordinating rides across county/state boundaries is too difficult
Paying multiple providers is too confusing/difficult
I don’t have a problem traveling where I would like to go
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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6. When do you need ADRC or public transportation services provided to you?
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you need service.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6am – 9am
9am – 12pm
12pm – 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm – 9pm
9pm – 12am
12am – 3am
3am – 6am
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
7. Where would you like to go that you can’t go now? (Please List)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
8. What is your zip code?
a. Zip Code: ____________________________________________________
9. Please check the transportation programs available in Grant County that you use (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Taxi cab – Grant County
Taxi cab – City of Platteville
Bus – Grant County
Bus – Platteville Senior Center
Trips/Volunteer driver program
Specialized wheelchair accessible vehicle
Veterans
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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10. Based on the programs that you use, are you satisfied with the service provided?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Neutral
Unsatisfied
Very Unsatisfied
11. Did you have any problems using the services provided by Grant County? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
I had no problems
Vehicle showed up late
Driver not helpful
Driver not courteous
Cost for service too expensive
Vehicle not clean
Driver did not communicate with me
Length of ride too long
Vehicle not comfortable
Personal health prohibits use of service
Mobility problems
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
12. What is your age?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
0 – 17
18 – 30
31 – 40
41 – 60
61 – 70
71 – 80
81 or older
13. Do you think there is community support for the transportation services available?
a. Yes
b. No
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14. If or when you travel out of town, where do you go? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Dubuque
Dodgeville
Galena
Lacrosse
Madison
Monroe
Richland Center
I don’t travel out of town, but I would like to
I don’t need to travel out of town
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
15. Do you drive less in the winter months than the rest of the year?
a. Yes
b. No
16. If you cannot drive yourself in the future how do you plan on getting to needed medical appointments,
shopping, visiting, etc. (Select all that apply
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Taxi cab – Grant County
Taxi cab – City of Platteville
Bus – Grant County
Bus – Platteville Senior Center
Trips/Volunteer driver program
Specialized wheelchair accessible vehicle
Veterans
Family/Friends
Walk
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
17. Are there social events in your community that you would like transportation for that are held at night or
weekends. If so, what are they? (Please list)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
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Green County
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Transportation Survey
Thank you for taking our survey! This information will be used to develop the Transportation
Coordination Plan for Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. This plan will influence
transportation priorities and state and federal funding for the next five years. More importantly, it will
help improve the service you receive!
For more information on any of our transportation programs, please call the ADRC of Green County at
(608) 328-9499 or toll free at (877) 794-2372.
1. How do you currently travel to and from your home? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Drive a personal vehicle
Ride with family or friends
Walk or bicycle
Carpool
Taxi-cab service
Community van, shuttle, or bus service
Volunteer driver escort program
Veterans Administration (VA) transportation
Unable to travel
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
2. When you leave home, where do you go regularly? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Job
School/Educational program for self
Child-care provider/Educational program for child
Medical care provider(s)
Place of worship
Shopping (groceries, hardware store, pharmacy, etc.)
Social or community events (movies, sports events, etc.)
Dining (restaurants, fast food, meal sites, etc.)
Visiting friends, neighbors, or relatives
Government office/Community center
I do not leave my home
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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3. If you do not use ADRC or public transportation services, why? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
I do use your service
Difficulty finding out about service or fares
It required scheduling too far in advance
Cost for the service was too high
Embarrassing to use “special transportation”
Took too much time traveling
Unable to get to a pick-up location
Destinations were not available under the current routes
Difficulty working with more than one transportation provider
Difficulty with the driver
Difficulty with the staff (other than the driver)
Language/communication barriers
Times of service were not compatible with transportation needs
I do not need to use your service
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4. What four improvements do you think would be of the greatest benefit to users of regional
transportation services?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
A regional toll-free phone number for scheduling trips
Regional internet website for scheduling trips
Travel-assistants to help familiarize new riders with using local transportation services
Convenient pay system for regular users across multiple transportation providers
Marketing to promote awareness of the local transportation services
Special kits explaining how to use local transportation services
Expansion of existing services
Creation of new services
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
5. What are the biggest obstacles to where you would like to go?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Physical limitations (age, chronic health problem, medical condition)
Financial limitations (can’t afford a car, gasoline is too expensive)
No access to a personal vehicle
No driver’s license
Transportation that is provided doesn’t have services offered at the times I need
Services do not include my desired destinations
Coordination of rides is too confusing
Coordinating rides across county/state boundaries is too difficult
Paying multiple providers is too confusing/difficult
I don’t have a problem traveling where I would like to go
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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6. When do you need ADRC or public transportation services provided to you?
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you need service.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6am – 9am
9am – 12pm
12pm – 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm – 9pm
9pm – 12am
12am – 3am
3am – 6am
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
7. Where would you like to go that you can’t go now? (Please List)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
8. If or when you travel out of town, where do you go? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
Albany
Brodhead
Janesville
Madison
Monroe
Monticello
New Glarus
Freeport
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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9. The current Green County ADRC Shuttle Bus routes are available in-county and out of county:
In-county – 9:30 am to 1 pm
Wednesdays: Monticello, New Glarus & Belleville to Monroe
2nd & 4th Thursdays: Albany, Brodhead & Juda to Monroe
Out of county – 10 am to 2 pm
1st Thursday: Monroe (& points between) to Janesville
3rd Thursday: Monroe (& points between) to Madison
How can Green County improve its shuttle bus service? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Current schedule of each route is sufficient
Expand current in-county times by 1 hour
Expand current out of county times by 1 hour
Add an extra day per month for the Janesville trip
Add an extra day per month for the Madison trip
Add an extra day per month for the Albany, Brodhead, and Juda trip
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
10. Throughout the year the ADRC of Green County provides transportation to special events.
Local events include performances at the Performing Arts Center in Monroe, the Monroe Theatre Guild, and
concerts on the square (including Michael Perry & the Long Beds on Thursday, June 20th).
Day trips to area attractions in 2013 include: The Dancing Horses in Lake Geneva on Wednesday, May 15th,
International Crane Foundation in Baraboo on Monday, July 22nd, and the Olbrich Gardens in Madison in
October.
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you would attend.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Afternoons
Evenings
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Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
11. How can transportation in Green County be improved?
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12. What is your zip code?
a. Zip Code: ____________________________________________________
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Iowa County
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Transportation Survey
Thank you for taking our survey! This information will be used to develop the Transportation
Coordination Plan for Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. This plan will influence
transportation priorities and state and federal funding for the next five years. More importantly, it will
help improve the service you receive!
For more information on any of our transportation programs, please call the ADRC of Iowa County at
(608) 930-9835 or toll free at (877) 794-2372.
1. How do you currently travel to and from your home? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Drive a personal vehicle
Ride with family or friends
Walk or bicycle
Carpool
Taxi-cab service
Community van, shuttle, or bus service
Volunteer driver escort program
Veterans Administration (VA) transportation
Unable to travel
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
2. When you leave home, where do you go regularly? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Job
School/Educational program for self
Child-care provider/Educational program for child
Medical care provider(s)
Place of worship
Shopping (groceries, hardware store, pharmacy, etc.)
Social or community events (movies, sports events, etc.)
Dining (restaurants, fast food, meal sites, etc.)
Visiting friends, neighbors, or relatives
Government office/Community center
I do not leave my home
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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3. If you do not use ADRC or public transportation services, why? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
I do use your service
Difficulty finding out about service or fares
It required scheduling too far in advance
Cost for the service was too high
Embarrassing to use “special transportation”
Took too much time traveling
Unable to get to a pick-up location
Destinations were not available under the current routes
Difficulty working with more than one transportation provider
Difficulty with the driver
Difficulty with the staff (other than the driver)
Language/communication barriers
Times of service were not compatible with transportation needs
I do not need to use your service
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4. What four improvements do you think would be of the greatest benefit to users of regional
transportation services?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
A regional toll-free phone number for scheduling trips
Regional internet website for scheduling trips
Travel-assistants to help familiarize new riders with using local transportation services
Convenient pay system for regular users across multiple transportation providers
Marketing to promote awareness of the local transportation services
Special kits explaining how to use local transportation services
Expansion of existing services
Creation of new services
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
5. What are the biggest obstacles to where you would like to go?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Physical limitations (age, chronic health problem, medical condition)
Financial limitations (can’t afford a car, gasoline is too expensive)
No access to a personal vehicle
No driver’s license
Transportation that is provided doesn’t have services offered at the times I need
Services do not include my desired destinations
Coordination of rides is too confusing
Coordinating rides across county/state boundaries is too difficult
Paying multiple providers is too confusing/difficult
I don’t have a problem traveling where I would like to go
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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6. When do you need ADRC or public transportation services provided to you?
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you need service.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6am – 9am
9am – 12pm
12pm – 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm – 9pm
9pm – 12am
12am – 3am
3am – 6am
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
7. Where would you like to go that you can’t go now? (Please List)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
8. Do you currently use any of the transportation services provided in Iowa County?
a. Yes
b. No
9. Do you think that at some point in time, you will be using any of the Transportation Services in Iowa County. If
not, why not?
a. Yes
b. No (Please Explain) ___________________________________________________________________
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10. Iowa County has a Driver Escort Program that provides rides to the elderly and the disabled for nonemergency medical appointments.
Have you used this service? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
I have used this service
I knew about this service, but I don’t use it
I did not know about this service, but I would like to try it
I did not know about this service, but I do not need it
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
11. Iowa County provides a "Care-A-Van" bus that is on the road five days a week traveling to different locations
for shopping, socializing, recreation, and other uses within and around Iowa County. It is primarily used for
the elderly and disabled, but if space is available, anyone can use it.
Have you ever traveled on the “Care-A-Van” bus? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
I have used this service
I knew about this service, but I don’t use it
I did not know about this service, but I would like to try it
I did not know about this service, but I do not need it
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
12. Iowa county provides a taxi cab service every Wednesday and Friday in the City of Dodgeville, for a small fee.
Have you used this service? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
I have used this service
I knew about this service, but I don’t use it
I did not know about this service, but I would like to try it
I did not know about this service, but I do not need it
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
13. Do you need any of the following kinds of assistance when you travel locally? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Assistance getting into or out of a vehicle
Escort to accompany you
Help loading and unloading packages
Door-to-door service
Wheelchair lift or ramp
Space for a fold-up wheelchair
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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14. Please add any additional comments you may have about transportation in the Iowa County area. Thank you.
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15. What is your zip code?
a. Zip code: ____________________________________________________________________________
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Lafayette County
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Transportation Survey
Thank you for taking our survey! This information will be used to develop the Transportation
Coordination Plan for Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. This plan will influence
transportation priorities and state and federal funding for the next five years. More importantly, it will
help improve the service you receive!
For more information on any of our transportation programs, please call the ADRC of Lafayette County
at (608) 776-4800 or toll free at (877) 794-2372.
1. How do you currently travel to and from your home? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Drive a personal vehicle
Ride with family or friends
Walk or bicycle
Carpool
Taxi-cab service
Community van, shuttle, or bus service
Volunteer driver escort program
Veterans Administration (VA) transportation
Unable to travel
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
2. When you leave home, where do you go regularly? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Job
School/Educational program for self
Child-care provider/Educational program for child
Medical care provider(s)
Place of worship
Shopping (groceries, hardware store, pharmacy, etc.)
Social or community events (movies, sports events, etc.)
Dining (restaurants, fast food, meal sites, etc.)
Visiting friends, neighbors, or relatives
Government office/Community center
I do not leave my home
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
1
3. If you do not use ADRC or public transportation services, why? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
I do use your service
Difficulty finding out about service or fares
It required scheduling too far in advance
Cost for the service was too high
Embarrassing to use “special transportation”
Took too much time traveling
Unable to get to a pick-up location
Destinations were not available under the current routes
Difficulty working with more than one transportation provider
Difficulty with the driver
Difficulty with the staff (other than the driver)
Language/communication barriers
Times of service were not compatible with transportation needs
I do not need to use your service
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4. What four improvements do you think would be of the greatest benefit to users of regional
transportation services?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
A regional toll-free phone number for scheduling trips
Regional internet website for scheduling trips
Travel-assistants to help familiarize new riders with using local transportation services
Convenient pay system for regular users across multiple transportation providers
Marketing to promote awareness of the local transportation services
Special kits explaining how to use local transportation services
Expansion of existing services
Creation of new services
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
5. What are the biggest obstacles to where you would like to go?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Physical limitations (age, chronic health problem, medical condition)
Financial limitations (can’t afford a car, gasoline is too expensive)
No access to a personal vehicle
No driver’s license
Transportation that is provided doesn’t have services offered at the times I need
Services do not include my desired destinations
Coordination of rides is too confusing
Coordinating rides across county/state boundaries is too difficult
Paying multiple providers is too confusing/difficult
I don’t have a problem traveling where I would like to go
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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6. When do you need ADRC or public transportation services provided to you?
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you need service.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6am – 9am
9am – 12pm
12pm – 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm – 9pm
9pm – 12am
12am – 3am
3am – 6am
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
7. Where would you like to go that you can’t go now? (Please List)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
8. If or when you travel out of town, where do you go? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Platteville
Madison
Dubuque
Darlington
Dodgeville
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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9. Do you or someone in your household use any of the transportation services provided in Lafayette County?
(Select all that apply)
a. I use public transportation
b. Someone in my household uses public transportation
c. No one in my household uses public transportation
10. Do you need any of the following kinds of assistance when you travel locally? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Assistance getting into and out of a vehicle
Escort to accompany you
Help loading and unloading packages
Door to door service
Wheelchair lift or ramp
Space for a fold up wheelchair
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
11. If you cannot drive yourself in the future, how do you plan on getting to needed medical appointments,
shopping, visiting, etc.? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Bus – Lafayette County
Trips/Volunteer Program
Specialized vehicle
Veterans
Family/Friends
Walk
I don’t know
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
12. What is your zip code?
a. Zip Code: ____________________________________________________
4
Richland County
Aging and Disability Resource Center
Transportation Survey
Thank you for taking our survey! This information will be used to develop the Transportation
Coordination Plan for Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland counties. This plan will influence
transportation priorities and state and federal funding for the next five years. More importantly, it will
help improve the service you receive!
For more information on any of our transportation programs, please call the ADRC of Richland County
at (608) 647-4616 or toll free at (877) 794-2372.
1. How do you currently travel to and from your home? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Drive a personal vehicle
Ride with family or friends
Walk or bicycle
Carpool
Taxi-cab service
Community van, shuttle, or bus service
Volunteer driver escort program
Veterans Administration (VA) transportation
Unable to travel
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
2. When you leave home, where do you go regularly? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Job
School/Educational program for self
Child-care provider/Educational program for child
Medical care provider(s)
Place of worship
Shopping (groceries, hardware store, pharmacy, etc.)
Social or community events (movies, sports events, etc.)
Dining (restaurants, fast food, meal sites, etc.)
Visiting friends, neighbors, or relatives
Government office/Community center
I do not leave my home
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
1
3. If you do not use ADRC or public transportation services, why? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
o.
I do use your service
Difficulty finding out about service or fares
It required scheduling too far in advance
Cost for the service was too high
Embarrassing to use “special transportation”
Took too much time traveling
Unable to get to a pick-up location
Destinations were not available under the current routes
Difficulty working with more than one transportation provider
Difficulty with the driver
Difficulty with the staff (other than the driver)
Language/communication barriers
Times of service were not compatible with transportation needs
I do not need to use your service
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4. What four improvements do you think would be of the greatest benefit to users of regional
transportation services?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
A regional toll-free phone number for scheduling trips
Regional internet website for scheduling trips
Travel-assistants to help familiarize new riders with using local transportation services
Convenient pay system for regular users across multiple transportation providers
Marketing to promote awareness of the local transportation services
Special kits explaining how to use local transportation services
Expansion of existing services
Creation of new services
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
5. What are the biggest obstacles to where you would like to go?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Physical limitations (age, chronic health problem, medical condition)
Financial limitations (can’t afford a car, gasoline is too expensive)
No access to a personal vehicle
No driver’s license
Transportation that is provided doesn’t have services offered at the times I need
Services do not include my desired destinations
Coordination of rides is too confusing
Coordinating rides across county/state boundaries is too difficult
Paying multiple providers is too confusing/difficult
I don’t have a problem traveling where I would like to go
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
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6. When do you need ADRC or public transportation services provided to you?
Please place an “x” in the box of the dates and times you need service.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6am – 9am
9am – 12pm
12pm – 3pm
3pm - 6pm
6pm – 9pm
9pm – 12am
12am – 3am
3am – 6am
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
7. Where would you like to go that you can’t go now? (Please List)
a. ____________________________________________________
b. ____________________________________________________
c. ____________________________________________________
d. ____________________________________________________
e. ____________________________________________________
f. ____________________________________________________
g. ____________________________________________________
h. ____________________________________________________
i. ____________________________________________________
j. ____________________________________________________
8. Are you aware of Richland County Public Transportation – "Connecting Our Communities" bus service? This is
the public bus available through the county to bring people from rural areas into Richland Center.
a. Yes, I have heard of it and have used it
b. Yes, I have heard of it and not tried it
c. Yes, I have heard of it but would never use it
d. Yes, I have heard of it, but I don’t know how to use it
e. No, I have never heard of it
f. I would never use public transportation
g. Please Explain: ____________________________________________________
3
9. Currently the Richland County Public Transportation bus routes are each only available one day a week
Monday: Boaz Route Travels along Highway 14 W
Tuesday: Cazenovia Travels along Highway 58 N
Wednesday: Viola Travels along Highway 56 W
Thursday: Lone Rock Travels along Highway 14 E
1st and 3rd Friday: Blue River/Muscoda Highway 80 S.
How can Richland County improve its bus service? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
Current schedule of each route running one day a week is sufficient.
Expand to every route running Monday through Friday
Expand to every route running every day; Sunday through Saturday.
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
10. Currently the Richland County Public Transportation bus leaves at 8:00 a.m. to pick up passengers along the
route and bring them into Richland Center. The bus takes passengers where they need to go in Richland
Center during the day. At 1:30 the bus picks the passengers up to take them back home along the route.
How do you feel Richland County improve the public transportation bus routes? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
Current time frame is sufficient. (9:00 am – 1:30 pm)
Expand hours to allow commuting to work first shift (7:00am – 5:00 pm).
Expand hours to allow commuting to work first and/or second shift (7:00am – 11:00 pm)
Expand hours to allow commuting to work first and/or second shift with on-call services available after
normal hours. (7:00am – 11:00 pm)
e. Expand hours to 24 hours a day.
f. Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
11. Currently, The Richland Center bus leaves at 8:00 a.m. to pick up passengers from rural areas along the route
and bring them into Richland Center. The bus takes passengers where they need to go in Richland Center
during the day. At 1:30 the bus picks the passengers up to take them back home along the route.
How do you feel Richland County can improve the public transportation bus routes? (Select all that apply)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Current schedule of each route making one round trip each day is sufficient.
Change schedule to go to and from Richland Center three times: morning, noon, and late afternoon.
Change schedule to go to and from Richland Center continuously during the day.
Change schedule to go to and from Richland Center continuously during the day and evening.
Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
4
12. Currently the Richland County Public Transportation bus routes will go within one mile of the route to pick-up
passengers at their homes. How can Richland County improve the public transportation bus routes? (Select all
that apply)
a. Current availability to go within one mile of the route is sufficient
b. If the bus went within two miles of the route I would be able to use the service
c. If a service was available to take me to a pickup location I would use the bus service
d. Other (please describe) ____________________________________________________
13. Currently the Richland County Public Transportation bus service costs $3 to go one way or $5 for a round trip.
Would you pay extra for an “on-call” service to pick you up and drop you off similar to a taxi?
a. No
b. Yes (How much) ____________________________________________________
14. Currently the Richland County Public Transportation bus service costs $3 to go one way or $5 for a round trip.
What is the maximum amount you would pay to ride public transportation bus service?
a. Amount of dollars:__________________________________________________
15. What is your zip code?
a. Zip Code:__________________________________________________
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Appendix E
Public Meeting Invitation List
56
First Name
Amber
BETTY
David
Franie
JON
JUDY
PEGGY
Roger
ROY
Coletta
Julie
DAVID
DEAN
Elaine
JOHN
MARY
Richard
Last Name
Martin
COOLEY
Schott
Mezera
COOLEY
MENG
GUTHRIE
Guthrie
QUICK
Wegmann
Zenz
LEAMY
PORTER
Mumm
PATTERSON
CULLIGAN
UDELHOFEN
STEFFENSMEI
STEPHANIE ER
TRACY
CALEY
RODNEY
JOHNSON
VALERIE
BAILEY
Arlis
Harris
DARLENE
Larson
Gary
Bezucha
Gary
Ranum
James
Reynolds
Ray
Saint
Robert
Frey Jr
Stephen
Smith
Title
TREAS
CLERK
President
CLERK
Town Board Chair
TREAS
CLERK
County Board
Town Board Chair
DMATS
Principal
President
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
CLERK
CLERK
CL/TR
MAYOR
TREAS
Town Board Chair
MAYOR
CL/TR
Administrator
CLERK
Administrator
County Board
Town Board Chair
Administrator
Organization
VILLAGE OF BAGLEY
TOWN OF WYALUSING
VILLAGE OF BAGLEY
VILLAGE OF BAGLEY
TOWN OF WYALUSING
TOWN OF WYALUSING
TOWN OF PATCH GROVE
Grant County Board
TOWN OF PATCH GROVE
St Mary's School
Bloomington Economic Development
Corporation
TOWN OF BLOOMINGTON
TOWN OF LITTLE GRANT
TOWN OF LITTLE GRANT
TOWN OF BEETOWN
VILLAGE OF BLOOMINGTON
VILLAGE OF BLOOMINGTON
TOWN OF PATCH GROVE
TOWN OF BEETOWN
VILLAGE OF BLUE RIVER
VILLAGE OF BLUE RIVER
City of Boscobel
TOWN OF WATTERSTOWN
Boscobel Area Health Care
Grant County Board
City of Boscobel
Boscobel Economic Dev
TOWN OF MARION
Boscobel Area Sch Dist
City
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
BAGLEY
Bloomington
Bloomington
Bloomington
St
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
Zip
53801
53801-9704
53801
53801
53801-9743
53801
53801-8913
53801
53501-9748
53804
53804
53804
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53804
53804-9781
53804
53804-9704
53804-0156
53804
BLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLUE RIVER
BLUE RIVER
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53804-9739
53804
53518-9468
53518-0217
53805
53805
53805
53805
53805
53805
53805
53805
Steve
Steve
Steve
Tom
Tracy
Dilley
Wetter
Wetter
Richter
Atkinkson
ALLAN
CHARLES
GLENDON
KATHRYN
KELLY
Marlene
Michelle
ROBERT
Barbara
Brent
Brian
Cindy
Lelund
FIELDS
BAUMEISTER
STASKAL
BOEBEL
TRUMM
Wetter
Bloyer
SCALLON
Mason
McDonald
Bierman
Ploessl
Kulland
Louis
Nancy
Okey
Klossig
DARLENE
DOUGLAS
KEEVIN
KEVIN
LORI
MARLENE
MARLENE
SCHAUFF
SCHAUFF
WILLIAMS
WOOD
WOOD
ESSER
ESSER
Transportation
Coordinator
Mayor
ADRC Board
Administrator
Special Education
Instructor
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
CLERK
CL/TR
CLERK
TREAS
TREAS
County Board
Principal
Administrator
Director
Special Education
Instructor
CLERK
Town Board Chair
MAYOR
TREAS
CLERK
TREAS
CL/TR
Boscobel Area Sch Dist
City of Boscobel
Boscobel Chamber of Commerce
Boscobel Care & Rehab
Boscobel Area Sch Dist
Immaculate Conception School
TOWN OF BOSCOBEL
TOWN OF WATTERSTOWN
TOWN OF HICKORY GROVE
TOWN OF BOSCOBEL
TOWN OF MARION
TOWN OF MARION
TOWN OF WATTERSTOWN
Grant County Board
St Charles School
VILLAGE OF CASSVILLE
VILLAGE OF BLOOMINGTON
Cassville Tourism
Cassville High School
Cassville Economic Development
Corporation
Homecare Select
Cassville High School
TOWN OF WATERLOO
TOWN OF CASSVILLE
VILLAGE OF CASSVILLE
TOWN OF CASSVILLE
TOWN OF CASSVILLE
TOWN OF WATERLOO
VILLAGE OF CASSVILLE
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
Boscobel
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53805
53805
Boscobel
Boscobel
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
BOSCOBEL
Cassville
Cassville
Cassville
Cassville
Cassville
Cassville
WI
Wi
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53805
53805
53805
53805
53805-9532
53805-9508
53805
53805-9705
53805
53805
53806
53806
53806
53806
53806
53806
Cassville
Cassville
WI
WI
53806
53806
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
CASSVILLE
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53806-9624
53806
53806
53806-9652
53806-9652
53806-9635
53806-0171
53805
53805
53805
Douglas
Georgianna
Kim
Leland
Lisa
Richard
Domeracki
Dorsey
Kieler
Weber
Tranel
Administrator
Principal
CLERK
Mayor
Administrator
Brown
Sam
Tim
Troy J
Vicent
McGrew
Gile
Loeffelholz
Loeffelholz
JOHN
KEITH
BEINBORN
SCHLEISMAN
MARCELLA
PAUL
Michael
Thomas
MARY LEE
Tammy
Ashley
LOEFFELHOLZ
HENDRICKS
Schauer
Heller
POWELL
Kunkel
Nedeau-Owens
Jeffrey
Rick
Segebrecht
Starr
Charity
Chuck
Dan
Jamie
Jan
Kari
Bray
Stenner
Bredeson
Nutter
Lintvedt
Oates
Transportation
Coordinator
County Board
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
County Board
TREAS
CL/TR
CLERK
CL/TR
MAYOR
Mayor
Principal
Administrator
ADRC Board
Cuba City High School
St. Rose School
TOWN OF SMELSER
City of Cuba City
Southwest Health Center Nursing Home
Cuba City
Cuba City
Cuba City
Cuba City
Cuba City
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53807
53807
53807
53807
53807
Cuba City Community Development
Corporation
Cuba City
WI
53807
Cuba City Sch Dist
Cuba City Chamber of Commerce
City of Cuba City
Grant County Board
Cuba City
Cuba City
Cuba City
Cuba City
WI
WI
WI
WI
53807
53807
Cuba City Sch Dist
Grant County Board
TOWN OF JAMESTOWN
Cuba City
CUBA CITY
CUBA CITY
WI
WI
WI
53807
53807
53807-9747
TOWN OF PARIS
TOWN OF HAZEL GREEN
VILLAGE OF DICKEYVILLE
Dickeyville Economic Development
VILLAGE OF DICKEYVILLE
VILLAGE OF DICKEYVILLE
LIFT
CUBA CITY
CUBA CITY
Dickeyville
Dickeyville
DICKEYVILLE
DICKEYVILLE
Dodgeville
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53807
53807-9726
53808
53808
53808-0219
53808
53533
Work 'n Wheels
Cornerstone Oundation
Fennimore Community Good Samaritan
Center
City of Fennimore
Fennimore High School
Fennimore Community School Dist.
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
WI
WI
53533
53533
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53809
53809
53809
53809
Job Center
53807
53807
53809
53809
Karla
Linda
Nancy
Richard
Rick
Rob
Witzig
Parish
Hendrickson
Rogers
Kreul
Callahan
Administrator
Coordinator
Administrator
Ron
Sheila
VERN
Brisbois
Marten
LEWISON
Executive Director
MERRY
Chrstina
LESLIE
ROBERT
ROBERT
ROBERT
SHEILA
Trisha
Lois
MARTI
Mary Sue
MAURICE
Stephen
COOLEY
Winch
WOLF
REYNOLDS
MERTZ
NELSON
RUCHTI
Klaas
Nemitz
ZIMMER
WHITE
PARKINS
Adrian
Editor
County Board
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
Administrator
Student Services
TREAS
CLERK
TREAS
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
TREAS
CLERK
CLERK
TREAS
TREAS
TREAS
Town Board Chair
Fennimore Community Good Samaritan
Center
Fennimore Chamber of Commerce
CESA #3
SWWRPC
City of Fennimore
The Fennimore Times
Grant County Economic Development
Corporation
SWTC Job Center
Grant County Board
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53809
53809
53809
53809
Fennimore
FENNIMORE
WI
WI
53809
53809
Cooperative Ed Serv Agcy 03
Fennimore
WI
53809
Fennimore Community Sch Dist
Fennimore
WI
53809
Fennimore Community Sch Dist
Southwest WI Technical College
Southwest WI Technical College
TOWN OF MOUNT IDA
TOWN OF FENNIMORE
TOWN OF FENNIMORE
TOWN OF FENNIMORE
TOWN OF HICKORY GROVE
TOWN OF MOUNT IDA
TOWN OF HICKORY GROVE
TOWN OF MOUNT IDA
TOWN OF GLEN HAVEN
TOWN OF GLEN HAVEN
TOWN OF BLOOMINGTON
TOWN OF BEETOWN
TOWN OF GLEN HAVEN
Hazel Green Economic Development
Committee
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
Fennimore
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
FENNIMORE
GLEN HAVEN
GLEN HAVEN
GLEN HAVEN
GLEN HAVEN
GLEN HAVEN
Hazel Green
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53809
53809
53809
53809
53809
53809-9706
53809-9613
53809-9675
53809
53809
53809
53810
53810
53810-9612
53810-9742
53810-9752
53811
53809
53809
53809
Brien
Carol
James
Kris
Klein
Gebhart
Egan
Doyle
Principal
Administrator
Administrator
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
CL/TR
VILLAGE OF HAZEL GREEN
St Joesph's School
Southwestern WI School Dist
Saint Dominic Villa
Hazel Green
Hazel Green
Hazel Green
Hazel Green
WI
WI
WI
WI
53811
53811
53811
Southwestern WI School Dist
Hazel Green
WI
53811
Southwestern Wisconsin Sch Dist
VILLAGE OF HAZEL GREEN
Hazel Green
HAZEL GREEN
WI
WI
53811
53811-0367
HAZEL GREEN
HAZEL GREEN
HAZEL GREEN
HAZEL GREEN
KIELER
KIELER
LaCrosse
LaCrosse
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53811
53811
53811
53811
53812
53812-0236
53818
54601
53813
53813
53813
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53813
CAROL
STAGMAN
DAVID
DONALD
MARIE
Michael
Connie
FABER
Bev
Ron
Amy
Andrea
Audrey
JEGERLEHNER
SPLINTER
RUPP
Boge
Kessler
RUNDE
Scott
Kind
Bell Kwallek
Benish
Johnston
MAYOR
County Board
TREAS
CLERK
Principal
Town Board Chair
VILLAGE OF HAZEL GREEN
Grant County Board
TOWN OF HAZEL GREEN
TOWN OF JAMESTOWN
Holy Ghost Immaculate Cncptn
TOWN OF JAMESTOWN
Platteville Taxi
Director
Lancaster Chamber of Commerce
Grant County Dept Social Services
Southwest Opportunities Center Inc
Bev
Carrie
Connie
David
David
Donna
Fred
Gregory
Jeffrey
Jerry
Josh
Kathy
Doll
Bell
Carbone
Kurihara
Lambert
Haines
Naatz
Griffin
Kindrai
Wehrle
Jensen
Hottenstein
Family Living Agent
ADRC Board
Administrator
Clerk/Treasurer
Commissioner
UW-Extension - Grant County
Director
Director
Mayor
Principal
Town Board Chair
Lancaster Care Center
City of Lancaster
Grant County Highway
Orchard Manor Nursing Home
Grant County Dept Social Services
Morningside Assisted Living
Grant County Health Department
City of Lancaster
St Clement School
TOWN OF ELLENBORO
53811
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
LARRY
Linda
Mary
Mary Lou
Nate
Neal
Patrick
Paul
WOLF
Gebhard
Yager
Bausch
Dreckman
Blackburn
Schoreder
Thares
Rita
Rita
Robert
Shirley
Steve
Steve
Tim
Harmon
Schmitz
Wagner
Pink
Braun
Zabel
Murphy
BARBARA
DELBERT
GARY
GINA
KARLA
LINDA
LINDA
RITA
Linda
Ron
Steve
REUTER
REUTER
SCHNEIDER
CRUBEL
SCHWANTES
SCHWAB
MCKELVEY
ZENZ
Erickson
Haas
Jones
County Board
County Clerk
ADRC Board
ADRC Board
Sheriff
County Board
Community Dev.
Transportaion
Coordinator
Administrator
Administrator
ADRC Board
Emergency Mgmt
Chair
Administrator
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
TREAS
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
TREAS
CLERK
CLERK
TREAS
CLERK
Administrator
Grant County Board
Grant County
LANCASTER
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
58313
53813
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53813
53813
53813
City of Lancaster
County Veterans Service Officer
Grant County Board of Supervisors
Grant Regional Health Center
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancaster Community Sch Dist
Lancaster
WI
53813
Lancaster Community Sch Dist
TOWN OF NORTH LANCASTER
TOWN OF NORTH LANCASTER
TOWN OF SOUTH LANCASTER
TOWN OF LITTLE GRANT
TOWN OF ELLENBORO
TOWN OF NORTH LANCASTER
TOWN OF SOUTH LANCASTER
TOWN OF SOUTH LANCASTER
Iowa-Grant Sch Dist
Livingston Improvement Corp.
VILLAGE OF LIVINGSTON
Lancaster
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
LANCASTER
Livingston
Livingston
Livingston
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53813
53813-9544
53813
53813
53813
53813-9634
53813-9549
53813-9773
53813-9602
53554
53554
53554
Grant County Sheriff Dept
Unified Community Services
Grant County Board
UW-Extension - Grant County
ADRC of Grant County
Homeward Bound Home Health
Lancaster Community Sch Dist
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
53813
Christina
SHELLY
TOM
Dale
Herb
Travis
Tom
Jodi
KEVIN
MARLYS
Vernon
DIANNA
JANICE
Lois
SCOTT
JAMES
JUDY
ROBERT
SHARON
Tony
Christianson
OSTERNDORF
F
BROWN
Schultz
Kohl
Tranel
Arndt
Shemak
BICKFORD
HELMICH
Lenzendorf
RICE
FISCHER
Ellis
NICHOLS
MORGAN
HAZEN
KEENEY
WOOD
Fischer
Bryce
Chris
Kelly
Bird
Eigsti
Gochenaur
Patrick
Ronald
Steve
William
Clark
Bingham
Nelson
Shramm
Transportation
Coordinator
CL/TR
Iowa-Grant Sch Dist
VILLAGE OF LIVINGSTON
Livingston
LIVINGSTON
WI
WI
53554
53554-0090
CLERK
MAYOR
TOWN OF CLIFTON
VILLAGE OF LIVINGSTON
LIVINGSTON
LIVINGSTON
Madison
Madison
Madison
Montfort
MONTFORT
MONTFORT
MONTFORT
MONTFORT
MOUNT HOPE
MOUNT HOPE
MOUNT HOPE
MOUNT HOPE
MT HOPE
MT HOPE
MT HOPE
MT HOPE
MT HOPE
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53554-9718
53554
53707
53703
53708
53569
53569-0157
53569
53569-9714
53569
53816
53816-9780
53816-9707
53816
53816
53816-0092
53816
53816-9766
53816
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53573
53573
53573
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53573
53573
53573
CL/TR
Town Board Chair
CL/TR
MAYOR
TREAS
TREAS
CLERK
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
MAYOR
County Board
TREAS
Town Board Chair
Administrator
Religious Director
Transportation
Coordinator
Administrator
Town Board Chair
Montfort Development Association
VILLAGE OF MONTFORT
TOWN OF WINGVILLE
TOWN OF WINGVILLE
VILLAGE OF MONTFORT
VILLAGE OF MOUNT HOPE
TOWN OF MILLVILLE
TOWN OF MOUNT HOPE
TOWN OF MOUNT HOPE
TOWN OF WOODMAN
VILLAGE OF MOUNT HOPE
Grant County Board
TOWN OF MOUNT HOPE
TOWN OF MILLVILLE
Muscoda Industrial Development
Corporation
Riverdale School District
Christian Day School
Gracious Way Assisted Living
Riverdale Sch Dist
Golden Living Center
TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK
VILLAGE OF MUSCODA
Muscoda Chamber of Commerce
53573
53581
Administrator
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
MAYOR
CL/TR
CLERK
Town Board Chair
CLERK
TREAS
Muscoda Health Center
Muscoda
WI
53581
Riverdale Sch Dist
VILLAGE OF MUSCODA
VILLAGE OF MUSCODA
TOWN OF MUSCODA
TOWN OF MUSCODA
TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK
TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK
Muscoda
MUSCODA
MUSCODA
MUSCODA
MUSCODA
MUSCODA
MUSCODA
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53573
53573
53573-0206
53573-8813
53573-9472
53573-9455
53573
BRENT
CINDA
DAN
KEN
LAVERN
MARTHA
STADELE
JOHNSON
BOMKAMP
STUDNICKA
HRUBES
PETERSON
PATRICIA
SCHELLHORN TREAS
TOWN OF MUSCODA
MUSCODA
WI
53573
Lee
Pritzl
River Ridge Sch Dist
Patch Grove
WI
53817
River Ridge Sch Dist
Patch Grove
WI
53817
River Ridge Sch Dist
VILLAGE OF PATCH GROVE
VILLAGE OF PATCH GROVE
VILLAGE OF PATCH GROVE
Freeman Transports
Southwest Health Center Inc
Tri State Dialysis-Platteville
Grant County Board
Senior Center
Platteville School District
Grant County Board
City of Platteville
Grant County Board
SWWRPC
Park Place Assisted Living
Grays Nursing Home
Mound View Adult Family Home
Patch Grove
PATCH GROVE
PATCH GROVE
PATCH GROVE
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
PLATTEVILLE
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53817
53817
53817-0215
53817
53813
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
KIM
LISA
WILLIAM
CURTIS
BREUER
MORGAN
Anne
April
CAROL
Connie
Connie
Dale
Doug
Dwight
Eileen
Gregory
Hannah
Helen
Klawiter
Schlichtmann
BEALS
Steinoff
Valenza
Hood
McKinley
Nelson
Nickels
Griffin
Rewey
Rooney
District Administrator
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
CLERK
TREAS
MAYOR
Administrator
County Board
Director
Administrator
County Board
County Board
Administrator
Howard
Jean
John
Karen
Kathy
Crofoot
Lange
Whalen
Kwitek
Kopp
Neumeister
Kathy
Larry
Larry
Lucila
Mark
NATHAN
Bierke
Ward
Hechanova
Stead
NIEHAUS
Robert
Roxanne
Ryan
Shirley
Borremans
Lyght
Locy
Metz
Public Works
Direcotr - Platteville
Taxi
Principal
Administrator
Executive Director
Communication
Coordinator
City Manager
Executive Director
County Board
Town Board Chair
Director
Administrator
Administrator
Program Manager
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
Student Services
Sue
BARBARA
DAVID
JAMES
Linda
White
BROGLEY
KLAR
LORY
Adrian
CLERK
TREAS
CLERK
ADRC Board
City of Platteville
St. Mary's School
Tri State Dialysis-Platteville
Our House Assisted Living
Platteville Chamber of Commerce
Southwest Health Center
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53818
53818
53818
City of Platteville
SWWRPC
Hummingbird Adult Home
Grant County Board
TOWN OF HARRISON
Southwest Wisconsin Workforce
Development Board
Lyghthouse Group Home
Manorcare Health Services
Tri State Dialysis-Platteville
Medical Associates Clinic Physical
Therapy
Platteville City Council President
Platteville Main Street Program
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
Platteville
Platteville
WI
WI
53818
53818
Platteville Sch Dist
Platteville
WI
53818
Platteville Sch Dist
Southern Grant Road Crew, Inc.
University of WI - Pleatteville
Sienna Crest Assisted Living
TOWN OF HARRISON
TOWN OF PLATTEVILLE
TOWN OF PLATTEVILLE
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
Platteville
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818
53818-8903
53818-9569
53818
53818
53818
53818
NANCY
LOEFFELHOLZ TREAS
TOWN OF SMELSER
PLATTEVILLE
WI
53818
PAT
Patrick
SANDY
SHARLENE
OSTENDORFF
Klar
BAKER
RUDOLPH
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
PLATTEVILLE
WI
WI
WI
WI
53818-9755
53818
53818-9794
53818
Larry
Marilyn
Steven
Steven
Percival
Hauth
Lozeau
Alexander
TOWN OF LIMA
TOWN OF SMELSER
TOWN OF ELLENBORO
TOWN OF LIMA
Potosi Tennyson Economic Development
Corporation
Chamber of Commerce
Potosi Public Schools
VILLAGE OF POTOSI
Potosi
Potosi
Potosi
Potosi
WI
WI
WI
WI
53820
53820
53820
Potosi Public Schools
Potosi
WI
53820
Potosi
Potosi
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53820
53820
53820-9717
53820
53820-0172
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
POTOSI
STITZER
STITZER
STITZER
STITZER
STITZER
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53820
53820-9609
53820
53820
58320
53820-0045
53820
53820
53825
53825
53825
53825
53825-9733
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
TREAS
CL/TR
Administrator
Dir of Special
Ed/Pupil Services
Transportation
Coordinator
CURTIS
DAVID
Erica
FETZEK
MCCLAIN
Traver
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
CL/TR
Potosi Sch Dist
St Andrew & Thomas School
TOWN OF POTOSI
TOWN OF PARIS
VILLAGE OF TENNYSON
EUGENE
FRANK
JEANNIE
JOHN
LESTER
Sheila
TERRI
Wesley
Carole
Chris
GRANT
Laura
Tami
KERKENBUSH
FIORENZA
UDELHOFEN
PATCLE
JANTZEN
Horner
LANGMEIER
Richards
Johnson
Carl
LOY
Richter
BOLLANT
MAYOR
MAYOR
TREAS
County Board
County Board
CL/TR
CLERK
TREAS
Treas
CLERK
County Board
Clerk
TREAS
VILLAGE OF TENNYSON
VILLAGE OF POTOSI
TOWN OF POTOSI
Grant County Board
Grant County Board
VILLAGE OF POTOSI
TOWN OF POTOSI
TOWN OF HARRISON
TOWN OF LIBERTY
TOWN OF BLOOMINGTON
Grant County Board
TOWN OF LIBERTY
TOWN OF CLIFTON
53820
BETTY
DAWN
DOUG
KELLY
ROGERS
Kathy
Margaret
BENDER
WACHTER
WAYNE
CONLEY
HERBERS
Schultz
Sprague
Nicholas
Lampone
CLERK
CLERK
MAYOR
CL/TR
TREAS
Clerk/Treasurer
Clerk/Treasurer
Vocational
Rehabilitation
Counselor
TOWN OF WOODMAN
TOWN OF MILLVILLE
VILLAGE OF WOODMAN
VILLAGE OF WOODMAN
TOWN OF WOODMAN
City of Cuba City
City of Fennimore
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Grant County Job Center
WOODMAN
WOODMAN
WOODMAN
WOODMAN
WOODMAN
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53827-9610
53827-9608
53827
53827-0036
53827-9601
Last Name
First Name
Title
Town Board Chair
Organization
Brooklyn Area Chamber of
Commerce
Monticello Business &
Professional Association
New Glarus Chamber of
Commerce
TOWN OF SYLVESTER
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
TOWN OF BROOKLYN
Green County Human
Services
Twining Valley Retirement
Community
City
State
Zip
Brooklyn
WI
53521
Monticello
WI
53570
New Glarus
WI
53574
Monroe
WI
53566
Monroe
WI
53566
Brooklyn
WI
53521
Monroe
WI
53566
Monroe
WI
53566
Monticello
WI
53570
Monroe
WI
53566
Browntown
WI
53522
Monroe
WI
53566
Monroe
Monroe
WI
WI
53566
53566
Anderson
Anna
Barrett
Sandy
Belanus
Ted
Blumer
Jeannie
Boss
Randy
Manager
Buehl
Kim
Town Board Chair
Carter
Art
Chair
Christensen
Gayl
Christopher
Pamela
Executive Director
Derrickson
Doyle
Tammy
Mike
Facility Director
County Clerk
Green County Board of
Supervisors
Human Services Board
Monroe Chamber of
Commerce
Behring Senior Center
Green County
Faessler
Patrick
Town Board Chair
TOWN OF SPRING GROVE Juda
WI
53550
Fahey
Fletcher
Ted
Cindy
Town Board Chair
Manager
Belleville
Fennimore
WI
WI
53508
53809
Francois
Ray
Chair
Belleville
WI
53508
Furgal
Mike
TOWN OF EXETER
DAK Management
Green County Highway
Committee
Human Services Board
Monroe
WI
53566
Gilbertson
Mike
Country View Transportation Argyle
WI
53504
Goepfert
Roger
New Glarus
WI
53574
Goff
JoLynn
Monroe
WI
53566
Goodman
Graber
Guth
Hanson
Hanson
Harmel
Kenneth
Steve
Jerry
Herb
Larry
Louann
Browntown
Monticello
Monroe
Brooklyn
Albany
Brodhead
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53522
53570
53566
53521
53502
53520
Hart
Mary Alice
Monroe
WI
53566
Hartwig
Nathan
Town Board Chair
New Glarus Home Inc
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
TOWN OF CADIZ
Village of Monticello
Human Services Board
Human Services Board
Village of Albany
Collinwood Elderly Care
Green County Board of
Supervisors
TOWN OF CLARNO
Monroe
WI
53566
Hensel
Terry
Administrator
Pleasant View Nursing Home Monroe
WI
53566
Hermanson
Joyce
Monroe
WI
53566
Hobson
Keith
ALBANY
WI
53502
Horn
Sandra
Brooklyn
WI
53521
Huffman
Isely
Anita
Jeff
Argyle
WI
53504
Jansen
Jerry
New Glarus
WI
53574
Kemmerling
Patty
Lone Rock
WI
53556
Kennedy
Klassy
Linda
Nathan
Brodhead
Monroe
WI
WI
53520
53566
Krantz
Jennifer
New Glarus
WI
53574
Kundert
Joe
Brodhead
WI
53520
Leuenberger
Lilley
Luchsinger
Mandel
Mayer
McKeon
Meinert
Henry
Bob
Beth
Harvey
Alois
Tanna
Lauren
Brodhead
Albany
New Glarus
Juda
Monroe
Monroe
Monroe
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53520
53502
53574
53550
53566-9370
53566
53566
Mouchon
Bridget
Monroe
WI
53566
Peterson
Lisa
Supervisor
Monroe
WI
53566
Pinnow
Reeson
Douglas
Dan
Mayor
Town Board Chair
Brodhead
Blandchardville
WI
WI
53520
53516
Riddle
Sheri
Housing Manager
Monroe
WI
53566
Riese
Arthur
Town Board Chair
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
Caring Hands
Riverview Apartments
Human Services Board
TOWN OF JEFFERSON
TOWN OF MONROE
Emergency Management
TOWN OF JORDAN
UW Extension - Green
County
Southwest Family Care
Alliance
City of Brodhead
TOWN OF YORK
St. Clare Friedensheim &
Glarner Home
TOWN OF DECATUR
Brodhead
WI
53520
Riese
Colleen
Manager
Brodview Manor Apartments Brodhead
WI
53520
Rockey
Mickey
CSP
Monroe
WI
53566
Ross
Bill
Mayor
Monroe
WI
53566
Ruegsegger
Clayton
Veteran's Officer
Monroe
WI
53566
Rufener
Kathryn
Monroe
WI
53566
Rufer
Richard
Town Board Chair
Monticello
WI
53570
Russell
Amber
ADRC Coordinator
Monroe
WI
53566
Salter
Sanders
Schmitt
Jim
Michael
John
Village President
Administrator
Village President
New Glarus
Monroe
Browntown
WI
WI
WI
53574
53566
53522
Schramke
Anna
Executive Director
Monroe
WI
53566
Schulte
Karl
General Manager
Monroe
WI
53566
Severson
Kelly
Referral Manager
Monroe
WI
53566
Seward
Keith
Town Board Chair
New Glarus
WI
53574
Skatrud
Jeffrey
Sheriff
Monroe
WI
53566
Splitter
Jackie
Brooklyn
WI
53521
Stadel
Carla
Monroe
WI
53566
Sutherland
Nancy
Brodhead
WI
53520
Swanstrom
Brittany
WI
53566
Town Board Chair
Economic Support
Supervisor
Administrator
Town Board Chair
Village President
Village President
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
Network Developer
Commissioner
Dir of Special
Education
Director
Town Board Chair
Town Board Chair
Project Manager
Town Board Chair
Administrator
TOWN OF MT PLEASANT
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
TOWN OF ALBANY
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
Human Services Board
TOWN OF ADAMS
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
Southwest Family Care
Alliance
Morning Sun Care Home
SWWRPC
New Glarus School District
Green County Human
Services
City of Monroe
Green County Veteran's
Services
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
TOWN OF WASHINGTON
ADRC of Southwest WISouth
Village of New Glarus
Monroe Clinic, Inc.
Village of Browntown
Green County Development
Corporation
Monroe Cab Co.
Monroe Manor Nursing And
Rehabilitation Center
TOWN OF NEW GLARUS
Green County Sheriff's
Department
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
Monroe Clinic Home Care
Brodhead Chamber of
Commerce
Community Relations Aster Retirement Community Monroe
Last Name
Anderson
Anderson
Barneveld Lutheran Church
Barneveld School District
Bauer
Benish
Bennett
Bishop
Bolduc
Bomkamp
Brown
Bunker
Carr
Congregation St. Mary's/Paul's
Deal
Dean Specialty Clinics
DeLain
Demby
Dodgeville Med. Ctr.
Dodgeville School District
Doyle
Family Practice
Family Practice
Faull
First Presbyterian Church
Griffiths
Heisner
Hess
Highland High School
Iowa Grant School District
Kieffer
Kolb
Kopic
Kosharek
Lenzendorf
Liddicoat
Lindholm
Lloyd-Jones
Lucey
Marty
Maxwell
McFall
Meek
Meyers
Michek
Mineral Point Care Center
First Name
Eric
Carol
Dave
Ronald
Greggory
Andrew
Charles
Marjorie
Tom
Bob
Travis
Stephen
Tom
John
Mike
Thomas
James
Debi
John
David
Mary
Lisa
Allan
Vernon
Dean
Judy
Mary
David
Dennis
KayDee
Tammy
Jeremy
John M.
Diana
City
Dodgeville
Cobb
Barneveld
Barneveld
Dodgeville
Highland
Mineral Point
Cobb
Ridgeway
Avoca
Livingston
Platteville
Hollandale
Mineral Point
Barneveld
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
Arena
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
Mineral Point
Dodgeville
Mineral Point
Linden
Highland
Dodgeville
Mineral Point
Spring Green
Highland
Livingston
Dodgeville
Blanchardville
Arena
Highland
Montfort
Mineral Point
Mineral Point
Spring Green
Arena
Blanchardville
Arena
Rewey
Mineral Point
Barneveld
Muscoda
Mineral Point
State
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
Zip
53533
53526
53507
53507
53533
53543
53565
53526
53582
53506
53554
53818
53544
53565
53507
53533
53533
53503
53533
53533
53565
53533
53565
53553
53543
53533
53565
53588
53543
53554
53533
53516
53503
53543
53569
53565
53565
53588
53503
53516
53503
53580
53565
53507
53573
53565
Mineral Point Med. Ctr.
Mineral Point School Dist
Mrozinski
Nankee
Nankee
Nelson
Novak
Olson
Parkos
Parman
Pecatonica Area Schools
Perkins
Peterson
Peterson
Pincau
Pinch
Pustina
Richter
Riley
Roelli
Schraepfer
Seifert
Sienna Crest
Simon
Southwest Family Care
St. Joseph Church
Stadele
Steen
Stenner
Thomas
Trinity Episcopal Church
United Methodist Church
Upland Hills Hospital
Walmer
Weaver
Wehrle
White
Phillip
Lois
Daniel
Ellie
Todd
Sara
Nancy
Greg
Janet
Curt
Mike
Mark
Thomas
Paul
Doug
Lisa
Robert
Herbert
Roy
Paul
Brent
Jon C.
Larry
Joe
Ryan
Ed
Jim
Robert
Mineral Point
Mineral Point
Mineral Point
Highland
Highland
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
Ridgeway
Hollandale
Blanchardville
Avoca
Dodgeville
Barneveld
Livingston
Highland
Arena
Arena
Mineral Point
Cobb
Hollandale
Muscoda
Oregon
Rewey
Dodgeville
Dodgeville
Muscoda
Ridgeway
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Last Name
First Name
Thomas
Karen
Torkelson
Updike
Waelti
Walsten
Ward
Wunschel
Russ
Phillip
John
Nadine
Howard
Jeff
Zerbe
Marianne
Zweifel
Jean
Title
Superintendent
Commissioner
Village President
Village President
Dept. Head
Southwest Reional
Coordinator
Pupil Services
Director
Pupil Services
Director
Manager
Organization
Aging & Disability Advisory
Committee
Human Services Board
Juda School District
SWWRPC
Village of Brooklyn
Village of Belleville
Green County Hwy. Dept.
City
State
Zip
Monroe
WI
53566
Monticello
Juda
Monroe
Brooklyn
Belleville
Monroe
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53570
53550
53566
53521-0189
53508
53566
Pathways to Independence
LaCrosse
WI
54601
Greenco Industries, Inc.
Access Medical Transit
Albany Area Chamber of
Commerce
Monroe
Monroe
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WI
53566
53566
Albany
WI
53502
Albany School District
Albany
WI
53502
Brodhead School District
Brodhead
WI
53520
Brodhead Senior Village
Brodhead
WI
53520
Manager
Churchill Woods Apartments Monroe
WI
53566
Vocational
Rehabilitation
Counselor
Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation
Monroe
WI
53566
Director
Graceland Manor of Monroe
Monroe
WI
53566
Director
Administrator
Harbor House
Heartsong Assisted Living
Lamers
Monroe
Belleville
Monroe
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WI
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53566
53508
53566
Director
Main Street Monroe Initiative Monroe
WI
53566
Social Workers
Pupil Services
Director
Monroe Hospital
Monroe
WI
53566
Monroe School District
Monroe
WI
53566
Manager
Monroe Terrace Apartments
Monroe
WI
53566
Manager
Monroe Village Apartments
Monroe
WI
53566
Monticello School District
Monticello
WI
53570
WI Management
Wittwer Apartments
Albany Lutheran Church
Believers Fellowship
Bethany Lutheran Church
Madison
Monticello
Albany
Monroe
Brodhead
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53713
53570
53502
53566
53520
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Brodhead Baptist Church
Brodhead United Methodist
Church
Brooklyn Lutheran Church
Brooklyn United Methodist
Church
Church of Christ
Clarno Zion United Methodist
Church
Congregational United
Church of Christ
Crossroads Community
Church - Monroe Campus
(YMCA)
First Baptist Church
Brodhead
Brodhead
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53520
53520
Brodhead
Brooklyn
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WI
53520
53521
Brooklyn
Monroe
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WI
53521
53566
Monroe
WI
53566
Brodhead
WI
53520
Monroe
Monroe
WI
WI
53520
53566
First Baptist Church of Albany Albany
First Church of Christ
Scientist
Monroe
WI
53502
WI
53566
First United Church of Christ
Belleville
WI
53508
Grace Community Fellowship
Grace Lutheran Church
Grace United Methodist
Church
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall
Living Word Tabernacle
Monroe Bible Church
Monroe Church of the
Nazarene
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church
New Glarus Bible Church
Peace United Church of
Christ
Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church
St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church
St. John's United Church of
Christ
New Glarus
Monroe
WI
WI
53574
53566
Belleville
WI
53508
Brodhead
WI
53520
Monroe
Brodhead
Monroe
WI
WI
WI
53566
53520
53566
Monroe
Monroe
New Glarus
WI
WI
WI
53566
53566
53574
Browntown
WI
53522
New Glarus
WI
53574
Monroe
WI
53566
Monroe
WI
53566
St. Peter's Lutheran Church
St. Victor Catholic Church
Swiss United Church of
Christ
Brodhead
Monroe
WI
WI
53520
53566
New Glarus
WI
53574
Union Presbyterian Church
United Methodist Church of
Zion
Monroe
WI
53566
Juda
WI
53550
United Methodist of Albany
Albany
WI
53502
United Methodist of Monroe
Washington Reformation UCC
Zwingli United Church of
Christ
Monroe
WI
53566
Monticello
WI
53570
Monticello
WI
53570
Director-Pupil
Services
Property Manager
Manager
First
James
Micah
John
Linda
Kevin
Ed
Brad
Jim
Bob
Dave
Robert
Willy
Julie
John
Dr. Doug
James
Melissa
Mary Jo
Art
Lyle
Dick
Luke
Jed
Mike
Dr. Bob
David
David
John
Gerald
Harold
Ron
George
Fred
Connie
Dick
Tom
David
Karlan
Ella
Robert
Bradley
Jason
Mary
Gene
Last
Acherman
Bahr
Bartels
Bawden
Bennett
Blaine
Bockhop
Boebel
Boyle
Breunig
Burgess
Chambers
Chikowski
Costello
Domeracki
Egan
Emler
Finkenbinder
Finnigan
Fischer
Fox
Francois
Gant
Gilbertson
Gilpatrick
Halloran
Hammer
Heimann
Heimann
Heindel
Hexom
Hirsbrunner
Hofer
Hull
Jaeger
Jean
Jegerlehner
Johnson
Kakde
Keough
Kettler
King
Knellwolf
Komprood
Title
Organization
Chairman
Chairman
County Board Supervisor
County Clerk
Chairman
Volunteer Driver
President
Willow Springs Town Board
Kendall Town Board
Lafayette County
Lafayette County
New Diggins Town Board
City
Mienral Point
Darlington
South Wayne
Darlington
Benton
Darlington
Village of Belmont
Belmont
Principal
Cuba City School District Cuba City
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Darlington
Mayor
City of Darlington
Darlington
Chairman
Seymour Town Board
Shullsburg
Administrator
Blackhawk School District
South Wayne
Administrator
Memorial Hospital of LafayetteDarlington
County
Principal
Southwestern High School Hazel Green
Administrator
Cuba City School District
Cuba City
Administrator
Southwestern High School
Hazel Green
Principal
Shullsburg Public School
Shullsburg
COA Advisory Board
Lafayette County
Darlington
Chairman
Monticello Town Board
Shullsburg
Chairman
Argyle Town Board
Argyle
Volunteer Driver
Darlington
Mineral Point Unified School District
Mineral Point
Superintendent
Chairman
Town of Blanchard
Blanchardville
President
Countryview Transportation Argyle
Administrator
Argyle School Districk
Argyle
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Benton
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Cuba City
Housing Authority
Lafayette County
Darlington
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Gratiot
Volunteer Driver
Darlington
Volunteer Driver
Darlington
Volunteer Driver
Darlington
Volunteer Driver
Shullsburg
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Darlington
Volunteer Driver
Blanchardville
Highway Commissioner Lafayette County
Darlington
President
Village of Hazel Green
Hazel Green
President
Village of Gratiot
Gratiot
Development Educator
UW Extension Office
Darlington
Volunteer Driver
Argyle
Chairman
Town of Elk Grove
Platteville
Police Chief
Darlington Police Department Darlington
Family Living Coordinator UW Extension Office
Darlington
Chairman
Gratiot Town Board
Gratiot
State
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53565
53530
53587
53530
53803
53530
53510
53807
53530
53530
53586
53587
53530
53811
53807
53811
53586
53530
53586
53516
53530
53565
53516
53504
53504
53803
53807
53530
53541
53530
53530
53530
53586
53530
53516
53530
53811
53541
53530
53504
53818
53530
53530
53541
Carol
Loras
Cynthia
Aaron
Jack
Christy
Dwayne
Steve
Thomas
Kyle
Howard
Dennis
Doug
John
Gary
Tim
Cecile
Cory
Bill
David
Ashley
Gary
Susan
Ron
Susan
Chris
Betty
Scott
Scott
Karen
Dennis
William
John
Patricia
Phil
Peggy
Tony
John
Hayley
Jack
Brad
Dale
Nicole
Patrick
Jerry
Korn
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Shullsburg
Kruser
Administrator
Shullsburg School District Shullsburg
Lacey
Principal
Southwestern High School
Hazel Green
Lancaster
Principal
Pecatonica High School
Blanchardville
Larson
Chairman
Lamont Town Board
Argyle
Larson
Principal
Belmont Community Schools Belmont
Larson
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Darlington
Lee
Chairman
Wayne Town Board
South Wayne
Lethlean
Mayor
City of Shullsburg
Shullsburg
Luedtke
Administrator
Benton School District
Benton
Marklein
Representative to the Assembly
Madison
Marty
President
Village of Blanchardville
Blanchardville
McArthu
Principal
Darlington School District Darlington
McAuliffe
Volunteer Driver
Benton
McCrea
President
Benton Village Board
Benton
McGettigan
Regional Planning
Lafayette County
Darlington
McManus
SUN Director
Dodgeville
Milz
Principal
Blackhawk School District South Wayne
Moody
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Belmont
Necollins
Chief of Police
Belmont
Belmont
Nedeau-Owen Lift
Dodgeville
Neis
Superintentent
Pecatonica Area School DistrictBlanchardville
Nelson
Argyle
Niemann
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Blanchardville
Osterday
Director
Chamber of Commerce
Darlington
Parkinson
COA Advisory Board
Lafayette County
Darlington
Parkinson
Volunteer Driver
Darlington
Pedley
Sheriff
Lafayette County
Darlington
Pedley
Sheriff
Lafayette County
Darlington
Peterson
President
Village of South Wayne
South Wayne
Redfearn
Chairman
White Oak Springs Town Board
Shullsburg
Rees
Volunteer Driver
Shullsburg
Reichling
Chairman
Town of Darlington
Darlington
Reynolds
Social Worker
Lafayette Manor
Darlington
Risseeuw
Clerk
City of Darlington
Darlington
Rolli
Activities Director
Lafayette Manor
Darlington
Hispanic Relations & Investigations
Darlington Police Department Darlington
Ruesga
Ruf
Chairman
Fayette Town Board
Darlington
Saalsaa
Chief of Police
Argyle
Argyle
Sauer
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Darlington
Schobert
Chairman
Belmont Town Board
Belmont
Schultz
State Senator
Madison
Schweitzer
Principal
Argyle High School
Argyle
Shea
County Board Supervisor Lafayette County
Belmont
Shepard
Chairman
Shullsburg Town Board
Shullsburg
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53516
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53510
53530
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53586
53803
53708
53516
53530
53803
53803
53530
53533
53587
53510
53510
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53504
53516
53530
53530
53530
53530
53530
53587
53586
53586
53530
53530
53530
53530
53530
53530
53504
53530
53510
53707
53504
53510
53586
Jim
Siedenburg
Superintendent
Debbie
Siegenthaler
Director
Donald
Simon
Chairman
James
Soley
Chief of Police
John
Strause
Chief of Police
David
Stute
Chairman
Harold
Trickle
Volunteer Driver
Ed
Weaver
Volunteer Driver
Leland
Weber
Mayor
David
Weiskircher
Veteran's Service Officer
Denise
Wellnitz
Administrator
Leean
White
COA Advisory Board
Vicky
Whitford
COA Advisory Board
Ted
Wiegel
County Board Supervisor
Jack
Wiegel
County Board Supervisor
Wayne
Wilson
County Board Supervisor
Leon
Wolfe
County Board Supervisor
Sienna Crest
Darlington Oak
Quinn Adult Family Home
Serenity Haven
Willow Valey, LLC
Shullsburg Home
Walnut Acres
Home Care Select
Home Care For You, Inc
Homeward Bound
M & M Group Home
Lori Knapp Companies
GeminiCares
24 Hour Care, LLC
Hodan Center Inc
Greenco Industries
Apple Grove Lutheran Church
St Joseph Parish
St Michaels Catholic Parish
Yellowstone Lutheran Church
Adams Lutheran Church
Argyle Lutheran Church
St Philhomena Parish
St Michael Parish
Peace Lutheran Church
Wiota Lutheran Church
Immaculate Conception
Blanchardville Lutheran Church
Belmont Community Schools Belmont
WI
Lafayete County Health Dept Darlington
WI
Town of Benton
Cuba City
WI
Blanchardville
Blanchardville WI
Shullsburg
Shullsburg
WI
Wiota Town Board
Argyle
WI
Darlington
WI
Darlington
WI
City of Cuba City
Cuba City
WI
Lafayette County
Darlington
WI
Darlington School District
Darlington
WI
Lafayette County
Darlington
WI
Lafayette County
Darlington
WI
Lafayette County
Shullsburg
WI
Lafayette County
South Wayne WI
Lafayette County
Argyle
WI
Lafayette County
Darlington
WI
Darlington
WI
Darlington
WI
Gratiot
WI
Monroe
WI
Shullsburg
WI
Shullsburg
WI
Benton
WI
Cassville
WI
Hazel Green
WI
Lancaster
WI
Platteville
WI
Prairie du Chien WI
Reedsburg
WI
Galena
IL
Mineral Point WI
Monroe
WI
Argyle
WI
Argyle
WI
Argyle
WI
Argyle
WI
Argyle
WI
Argyle
WI
Belmont
WI
Belmont
WI
Belmont
WI
South Wayne WI
Blanchardville WI
Blanchardville WI
53510
53530
53807
53516
53586
53504
53530
53530
53807
53530
53530
53530
53530
53586
53587
53504
53530
53530
53530
53541
53566
53586
53586
53803
53806
53811
53813
53818
53821
53959
61036
53565
53566
53504
53504
53504
53504
53504
53504
53510
53510
53510
53587
53516
53516
St Peter Parish
St Matthew Parish
Shullsburg Centenary
St Patrick Parish
St. Joseph Parish
Holy Rosary Parish
Grace Lutheran Church
Darlington United Methodist Church
First Baptist Church
Lafayette County Christian Center
Fayette United Methodist Church
Shullsburg
Shullsburg
Shullsburg
Benton
Gratiot
Darlington
Darlington
Darlington
Darlington
Darlington
Darlington
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WI
53586
53586
53586
53803
53541
53530
53530
53530
53530
53530
53530
Last Name
First Name
Title
Organization
City
State Zip
Schultz
Kind
Dale
Ron
Senator
Congressman
Richland Center
LaCrosse
WI
WI
53581
54601
Christie
Jeanne
Director
Prairie du Chien
WI
53821
Randall
Heidi
Director
Mauston
WI
53948
Vandre
Trish
Director
Baraboo
WI
53913
Mezera
Pavlak
Nolen-Karras
Corcoran
Deets
Dilley
Fruit
Mary
Dick
Michele
Paul
Steve
Lorna
Susan
17th Senate District
3rd Congressional District
ADRC of Eagle Country - Crawford
County Satellite
ADRC of Eagle Country - Juneau
County Satellite
ADRC of Eagle Country - Sauk
County Satellite
ADRC of Southwest Wisconsin South
ARC
Brewer Public Library
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
Monroe
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53566
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
Jones
Kloehn
Mueller
Parker
Shireman
Melinda D.
Bill
Jay
Lester
Judy
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
Rakow
Boomfield
Cox
Poindexter
Scribbins
Marie
Steven
James
Laura
David
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center
City of Richland Center, TCC,
COAD
COAD
COAD
COAD
COAD
Germantown Meal Site at St.
Anthony's
Golden Living
Greater Wisconsin Agency on
Aging Resources Inc.
Greater Wisconsin Agency on
Aging Resources Inc.
Greater Wisconsin Agency on
Aging Resources Inc.
Gundersen Lutheran Coulee Trails
Transport
Harvest Guest Home
Independent Living Resources
Independent Living Resources
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Muscoda
Muscoda
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53573
53573
Cazenovia
Muscoda
WI
WI
53924
53573
Madison
WI
53718
Madison
WI
53718
Madison
WI
53718
Viroqua
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
54665
53581
53581
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
Cazenovia
Lone Rock
Muscoda
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53924
53556
53573
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
Kellerman
Robert
Mullins
Jayne
Kroetz
Carrie
Bishop
Scott
Ricki
Cathryn
Kujawa
Anthony
Smudde
Robert
Wanless
Manager
Copus
Aigner
David
Site
Marian
Lorna
Burgette
Diane
Mayor
Alderperson
Alderperson
Alderperson
Clerk /
Treasurer
Alderperson
Alderperson
Alderperson
Alderperson
Alderperson
Program
Assistant
District
Administrator
Ithaca School District
Principal/Special
Education
Director
Ithaca School District
Transportation
Director
Ithaca School District
Lee Lake Apartments
Lone Rock Library
Muscoda Public Library
NHS
Our House
Our House
People First
Pine River Terrace
Cianci
Kathleen
Strait
Ursula
McGraw
Terri
Wittman
Phyllis
Sims
Marjorie
Administrator
Special
Ed./Alternative
Ed.
Cross
Categorical
Thompson
Berglin
Meegan
Darrell
Executive
Director
Sheriff
Chitwood
Keller
Vlasak
Bellman
Clary
Crofton
Deets
Kirkpatrick
Lewis
Marshall
Marshall
Peters
Rasmussen
Sebranek
Seep
Turk
Van Vliet
Wiedenfeld
Williams
Jim
Julie
Victor
Robert
Fred
Tom
Gaylord
Jeanetta
James
Marilyn
Buford
Gary
Richard
Larry
Donald
David
Lewis
Virginia
Ruth
Highway
Commissioner
Treasurer
County Clerk
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Chairperson
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Supervisor
Holets
Jewell
Robert
Larry
Supervisor
Supervisor
Clausius
Carol
Supervisor
Cook
Bette
Supervisor
Kinney
Paul
Supervisor
Jacquet
Randy
Director
Metz
Patrick
Porter
Angela
Symons
Oates
Linda
Kari
Kramer
Sandra
Transportation
Coordinator
Aging &
Disability
Resource
Manager
Pine Valley Healthcare &
Rehabilitation Center
Pine Valley Healthcare &
Rehabilitation Center
Probation & Parole
Richland Center Bus Service
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
Richland Center High School
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center High School
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center Senior Citizens
Richland Center
Richland Chamber & Development
Alliance
Richland Center
Richland County
Richland Center
WI
53581
WI
WI
53581
53581
Richland County
Richland County
Richland County
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Richland County Board & Town of
Willow
Richland County Board, COAD
Richland County Board, TCC,
COAD
Richland County Board, TCC,
COAD
Richland County Board, TCC,
COAD
Richland County Health & Human
Services
Richland County Health & Human
Services
Richland County Health & Human
Services
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Hillsboro
Viola
Muscoda
Richland Center
Lone Rock
Richland Center
Lone Rock
Lone Rock
Cazenovia
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
54634
54664
53573
53581
53556
53581
53556
53556
53924
53581
53581
53581
53581
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
53581
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Blue River
WI
53518
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
53581
53581
Richland Center
WI
53581
Richland County Health & Human
Services
Richland County Job Center
Richland County Veterans Service
Officer
Smith
Parduhn
Dr.
Janine
Fish
Metz
Cindy
Angela
Potts
Burckhardt
Running
Running
Olson
Ashmore
Bailey
Richardson
Kelly
Jeff
Richard
Justin
James
Jeff
Kenneth
Bonnie
Young
Carroll
Dobbs
Harris
Knoble
Leifheit
Angela
Dan
Gary
Jan
Mark
Marie
Oates
Howard
Brown
Davis
Hynek
Miller
Schweiger
Brockway
Brockway
Muckler
Nelson
Calvin
Charles
Lora
Stuart
Shelly
Gordon
Barbara
Todd
Van
Schmidt
Garden
Lingel
Monson
Monson
Randy
Nancy
James
Kurt
Dianne
Wastlick
Couey
Feyen
Goplin
Richard
Marc
Robert
Bobbi Ann
Studnicka
Williamson
Doris
Marilyn
Baker
Burkhamer
Carley
Duhnke
White
John
Susan
Jim
Patience
Dan
Coy
Dvorak
Verlin
Ken
Service
Coordinator
Administrator
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Clerk
Town Board
Chairman
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Clerk
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Clerk
Town Board
Chairman
Clerk
Supervisor
Supervisor
Treasurer
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Supervisor
Clerk
Town Board
Chairman
Treasurer
Town Board
Chairman
Clerk
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Richland Geriatric Assessment
Clinic
Richland Hills
Richland Hospital
Richland Hospital & COAD
Richland Hospital & TCC
Richland Medical Center
Richland Observer
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
Ridgeview Commons
Running, Inc,
Running, Inc,
Running, Inc,
Schmitt Woodland Hills
Schmitt Woodland Hills
Schmitt Woodland Hills
Schmitt Woodland Hills, COAD
Southwest Family Care Alliance &
TCC
TCC
Town of Aken
Town of Aken
Town of Aken
Town of Aken
Richland Center
Viroqua
Viroqua
Viroqua
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
54665
54665
54665
53581
53581
53581
53581
Lone Rock
Cazenovia
Blue River
Richland Center
Blue River
Blue River
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53556
53924
53518
53581
53518
53518
Town of Aken
Soldiers Grove
WI
54665
Town of Bloom
Town of Bloom
Town of Bloom
Town of Bloom
Town of Bloom
Town of Buena Vista
Town of Buena Vista
Town of Buena Vista
Town of Buena Vista
Richland Center
Hillsboro
Hillsboro
Viola
Hillsboro
Lone Rock
Lone Rock
Gotham
Lone Rock
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
54634
54634
54664
54634
53556
53556
53540
53556
Town of Buena Vista
Town of Dayton
Town of Dayton
Town of Dayton
Town of Dayton
Lone Rock
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53556
53581
53581
53581
53581
Town of Dayton
Town of Eagle
Town of Eagle
Town of Eagle
Richland Center
Muscoda
Muscoda
Muscoda
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53573
53573
53573
Town of Eagle
Town of Eagle
Muscoda
Muscod
WI
WI
53573
53573
Town of Forest
Town of Forest
Town of Forest
Town of Forest
Town of Forest
Viola
Viola
Viola
Viola
Viola
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
54664
54664
54664
54664
54664
Town of Henrietta
Town of Henrietta
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
WI
WI
53924
53924
Hanzel
Johnson
Klang
Brozak
Greenheck
Olson
James
Alisha
Jim
Jenifer
Ann
Duane
Wanless
Wiedenfeld
Chupp
David
Francis
Steve
Durst
Hubbs
Sebranek
Wanless
Jerome
Don
Calvin
Alene
Argall
Cannoy-Bender
Clarson
Keller
Shadewald
Ewing
Jelinek
Thomas
Tammy
Brian
Ryan
Judy
Jane
Dave
Knuth
Palmer
Surrem
Bedward
Dax
Hillberry
Stephen
Gordon
Gail
Katie
David
Dan
Keller
Kinney
Kinney
Post
Ed
Kyrie
JoAnn
Ron
Banker
Clark
Collins
Kepler
Storer
Chamberlain
Scott
Don
Teri
Kelly
Chris
Keith
Green
Marshall
Murphy
Wheeler
Mike
Patrick
Judy
Anthony
Adelman
Keller
Klang
Sheahan
Thompson
Dickey
McNurlin
Rynes
McConkey
Donald
Charles
Sonya
John
Judy
Deborah
John
Ann
Kenda
Olive
Peggy
Treasurer
Clerk
Supervisor
Clerk
Treasurer
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Clerk
Supervisor
Treasurer
Town Board
Chairman
Clerk
Supervisor
Supervisor
Treasurer
Treasurer
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Clerk
Clerk
Supervisor
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Clerk
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Clerk
Treasurer
Town Board
Chairman
Supervisor
Treasurer
Supervisor
Clerk
Treasurer
Supervisor
Clerk
Ms.
Town of Henrietta
Town of Henrietta
Town of Henrietta
Town of Ithaca
Town of Ithaca
Town of Ithaca
Cazenovia
Hillsboro
Cazenovia
Richland Center
Hillpoint
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53924
54634
53924
53581
53937
53581
Town of Ithaca
Town of Ithaca
Town of Marshall
Richland Center
Lone Rock
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
Town of Marshall
Town of Marshall
Town of Marshall
Town of Marshall
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
Town of Orion
Town of Orion
Town of Orion
Town of Orion
Town of Orion
Town of Richland
Town of Richland
Muscoda
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Lone Rock
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53573
53581
53581
53581
53556
53581
53581
Town of Richland
Town of Richland
Town of Richland
Town of Richwood
Town of Richwood
Town of Richwood
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Blue River
Blue River
Blue River
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53518
53518
53518
Town of Richwood
Town of Richwood
Town of Richwood
Town of Richwood
Blue River
Blue River
Blue River
Blue River
WI
WI
WI
53518
53518
53518
53518
Town of Rockbridge
Town of Rockbridge
Town of Rockbridge
Town of Rockbridge
Town of Rockbridge
Town of Sylvan
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Viola
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
54664
Town of Sylvan
Town of Sylvan
Town of Sylvan
Town of Sylvan
Richland Center
Viola
Richland Center
Viola
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
54664
53581
54664
Town of Westford
Town of Westford
Town of Westford
Town of Westford
Town of Westford
Town of Willow
Town of Willow
Town of Willow
Towne Taxi
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Richland Center
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53924
53924
53924
53924
53924
53924
53924
53581
53581
UW Extension - Richland County
Richland Center
WI
53581-1398
Hanson
Peterson
Gobin
Tracy
Pat
Theron
Welsh
Drea Jr.
Landsinger
Shields
Dietzman
Jean
Jim
Robin
Mary
Beverly
Kasten
Molly
Marshall
Esther
Campbell
Gabrysiak
Beth
Eugene
Bladl
Huffman
Klingaman
Gillingham
White
Janet
James
Kathleen
Helen
Lorraine
Hunn
Jennifer
Stibbe
Chris
Wheelock-Mahlan Carol
VARC, Inc.
VARC, Inc. & TCC
Vernon County Unit on Aging
Village of Boaz
Richland Center
Viroqua
Viroqua
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
54665
54665
53581
Clerk/Treasurer
President
Clerk
Treasurer
Village Clerk
Village
President
Village
Treasurer
Village of Boaz
Village of Cazenovia
Village of Cazenovia
Village of Cazenovia
Village of Lone Rock
Richland Center
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Cazenovia
Lone Rock
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53924
53924
53924
53556
Village of Lone Rock
Lone Rock
WI
53556
Village of Lone Rock
Lone Rock
WI
53556
Clerk/Treasurer
President
Village
Treasurer
President
Clerk
Village of Viola
Village of Viola
Viola
Viola
Wi
WI
54664
54664
Village of Yuba
Village of Yuba
Village of Yuba
Viola Health Services
Viola Meal Site
Viola Public Library
Vocational Rehabilitation
Yuba
Yuba
Yuba
Viola
Viola
Viola
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
54634
54634
54634
54664
54664
54664
53581
Weston School District
Cazenovia
WI
53924
WI
53924
WI
53707-7913
WI
WI
53707-7913
53581
President
Transportation
Director
Director of
Special
Education
Weston School District
Cazenovia
WI DOT, Bureau of Transit & Local
Roads
Madison
WI DOT, Bureau of Transit & Local
Roads
Madison
Richland Center
Foss
Judy
Hirshfeld
White
Stephen
Martha
Adelman
Donald
Cazenovia
WI
53924
Ast
Cliff
Richland Center
WI
53581
Cosgrove
Connie
Richland Center
WI
53581
Cosgrove
Virgil
Richland Center
WI
53581
Cupp
Virginia
Muscoda
WI
53573
Draper
Cathy
Richland Center
WI
53581
Draper
Rudy
Richland Center
WI
53581
Hardy
Hawley
Hribar
Jewell
Leverenz
Leverenz
Moser
Olson
Seifert
Seifert
Shepherd
Smith
Stowell
Taliaferro
Daniel
Robert (Bob)
Dennis
Larry
Deb
Merlin
Ruth
Vicki
Karen
La Verne
Frances
Robert
Janice (Jan)
Pam
Lone Rock
Richland Center
WI
WI
53556
53581
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Richland Center
Muscoda
Muscoda
Lone Rock
Cazenovia
Hillsboro
Richland Center
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
WI
53581
53581
53581
53581
53581
53573
53573
53556
53924
54634
53581
Waldsmith
Williams
Francis
Joyce
Richland Center
Muscoda
WI
WI
53581
53573
Appendix F
Evaluations
Transportation Coordination Plan
57
Appendix G
Transportation Providers Listed by County
58
Grant County Transportation Providers
Office Hours
Provider Name
Contact Person
Passenger Eligibility
Service Description
Access Medical Transit
Craig Pitzer 608-214-5047
Elderly, disabled, and
children
Demand response (door
to door), two weeks
notice
Freeman Transports
Doug Eck, 608-348-7980
ADRC – Grant County
Cassville Stratton Bus
Service
Service Hours varies
Mon-Sat, 6:30 am - 8pm
Non-emergency medical
Monday – Friday, 6 am –
transportation for
Demand response (door6 pm and by special
disabled or those with
to-door)
request
special needs
Cheryl Kletzke
County View Transport
Mike Gilbertson
Anyone
Demand response (doorto-door)
Open
Grant County Social
Services
Andrea Benish 608-7232136
Clients
Volunteer Driver
Monday –Friday 8:00 am
– 4:30 pm and by special
requests
Hodan Center Inc
Gene Dagle/Diane
Kliebernstein 608-9873336
Hottenstein Charter Bus
Services
Dave Hottenstein 608943-6781
Keith Line 608-822-5106
or 608-822-5034
Mary Gallenger 608-7237465
Demand response (doorto-door)
Based on needs
Vans with ramps
Medicaid
12 mini vans that are
wheelchair accessible
Medicaid, CMO funding,
co-pays, private pay
Several vehicles some
wheelchair accessible and Medicaid, ContinuUS, coone non emergency
pays and private pay
stretcher
Private vehicles
Local Funding
Buses Fixed Route:
Monday – Friday 6:00 am
– 9:15 am and 2:30 pm –
Client and vehicle leasing
5310, hourly service rate
Fixed routes and demand 6:00 pm Vans/Mini Bus: Several bus sizes and van
open to other social
for clients includes
response (door-to-door) Monday – Friday 7:00 am
with all having lifts
service agencies
transportation
– 6:00 pm Bus and vans
available other times by
request
Anyone
Anyone
School bus, Private
lease/rental for special
occasions
Demand response (doorto-door)
Mini van
Charter Bus
Non-emergency medical
Monday – Friday, 6 am –
transportation for
Demand response (door6 pm and by special
disabled or those with
to-door)
request
special needs
M & T Transportation
Trent Temperly 608-7784952
Platteville Shared Ride
Taxi
Platteville 608-348-6767
Anyone
Monday – Saturday 6:00
Demand Response (dooram – 10 pm, Sunday 7:00
to-door)
am-1:00 pm
Janice Forbes
Anyone
Monday – Saturday, 6:00
Demand Response (dooram – 10 pm, Sunday 7:00
to-door)
am-1:00 pm
Platteville Taxi Service
8 vans, 5 with extra wide
Medical Assistance,
lifts
Private Pay, Family Care
School bus, Private
lease/rental for special
occasions
Mark Adrain
Coulee Trails
Let’s Go Bus
Funding Sources
Rita Harmon – Bus, Taxi, Bus: 60+ and disabled any
specialized
age, Taxi: Anyone,
Fixed Bus routes,
4 buses with lifts, 2 vans
transportation, 608-723Specialized: Anyone,
Monday – Friday 8:00 am
85.21, 5311, 5310, Fares,
Demand response for
with ramps, 40 volunteer
6113 or 1-800-514-0066 / Volunteer Driver: 60+ and
– 4:30 pm and by special
City funding, County
Taxi, Prior notice for
drivers who use their
Ruth Rotramel –
disabled any age, Prior
requests.
funding
specialized transportation
private vehicles
volunteer driver 608-723notice for volunteer
6113 or 1-800-514-0066
driver
Medicaid (disabled), All
medical needs, other
requests on prior
approval
K & D Transport
Fleet Information
Private Pay
Private Pay
Vans with ramps
Medicaid, Private pay
5311, City, Fares
2 four door sedans
Private pay
Saferide
Brian Daniels 608-8225067 or 608-822-5069
Southern Road Crew
608-732-7437
Southwest Opportunities Audrey Johnston 608-723Center
6659
Stratton Bus Service
Russ Stratton 608-7448721
Veterans
Patti Johnson 563-6524110
Warco Transportation
School and Charter
608-994-2701
Demand Response (doorThursday – Sunday 5:00
to-door) by volunteer
pm – 2:00 am
drivers
Demand Response (doorDrinking or plan to drink
Wednesday -Saturday,
to-door) by volunteer
individuals/groups
6:00 pm – 2:00 am
drivers
Drinking or plan to drink
individuals/groups
Client and vehicle leasing
open to other social
service agencies
Fixed routes (door-todoor)
Monday – Friday, 6:00
am – 9:00 am and 2:30
pm – 6:00 pm
School Bus, Private
lease/rental for special
occasions
Veterans and spouses of
Demand Response (doorveteran’s with prior
to-door)
approval
3 mini vans
Fares
Private vehicles
Fares, WisDOT
5 buses with lifts
5310, hourly service rate
for clients includes
transportation
Several vehicles some
wheelchair accessible
Phone hours 9:00 am –
6:oo pm Monday thru
Friday, Driving hours
anytime
Ford Explorer – not
wheelchair accessible
Vehicle donated by VA
Hospital, upkeep by
private donations
Fleet Information
Funding Sources
School bus, Private
lease/rental for special
occasions Charter Bus
Green County Transportation Providers
Office Hours
Provider Name
Contact Person
Passenger Eligibility
Service Description
Access Medical Transit
Craig Pitzer 608-214-5047
Elderly, disabled, and
children
Demand response (door
to door), two weeks
notice
12 passenger bus w/
Fixeed routes & demand
possible 2 wheelchairs; 5response (door to door) Driver Escort: Mon- Sat 7 passenger mini-bus w/
by paid staff (bus and
Bus and Minibus: Tues 1 wheelchair, 4-6
85.21, Family Care, Covan) and volunteer driver Fri 8am-4pm, Van1st and
passenger van 2/ 1-2
pays
escorts using their own
3rd Wednesday
wheelchair; approx 12
vehicles
private vehicles owned by
volunteer drivers
ADRC - Green County
Katie Gilbertson N3 152
State Road 81, Monroe
53566 608-328-9499
55+, disabled any age
Country View Transport
Mike Gilbertson 608-5588547
Anyone
Demand response (door
to door)
Department of Veterans
Affairs
Respective County
Veteran Service Officer
Veteran
Fixed route
LIFT SWCAP
Monroe Cab-Brown Cab
Co
Ashley Nedeau-Owen,
Disabled and lacking
Demand response (door
201 S Iowa St, Dodgeville, transportation as viewed
to door)
WI 608-930-2191
by LIFT as a disability
For ride: 608-325-6993;
Manager Carl Schulte
Anyone
Bus charter and rental
Passenger Eligibility
Service Description
Service Hours varies
Mon-Sat, 6:30 am - 8pm
open
8 vans, 5 with extra wide
Medical Assistance,
lifts
Private Pay, Family Care
5 vans; 3 wheelchair
Medical Assistance,
acessible, non-emergency
Private Pay, Family Care
stretcher
30 vans
Mon-Thurs 8 am - 4:30
pm, Friday 8 am - 12pm
open
Veterans Affairs
3 vans; 2 wheelchair
SWFC - Mediaid, 52.17,
accessible, 1-7 passenger
TCSP, Copay, Private Pay
Mini vans (not accessible)
Motor coaches, minibusses, passenger vans,
Private Pay
Fleet Information
Funding Sources
Iowa County Transportation Providers
Office Hours
Provider Name
Contact Person
Access Medical Transit
N2563 Coplien Rd.
Monroe, WI (608) 2145047
ADRC- Iowa County /Iowa
County Health and Human
Services
303 W Chapel St,
Dodgeville, WI (608) 930Elderly and disabled
9835, Laura Crowley,
Transportation Coordinator
Elderly, people w/
disabilities and children
Service Hours varies
Demand response (door
to door) two wks. notice
Mon – Sat 6:30 a.m. – 8
p.m.
7 Vans, 2 are Passenger
with lifts
Fixed route and special
request
Mon – Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
2 buses with lifts
& special requests
Medical Assistance,
Medicaid, Private Pay,
SW FCA
85.21, 53.10, Older
Americans Act, SWFC,
Copay Private Pay and
Donations
Country View Transport
13013 Goodman Rd. Argyle,
Anyone
WI 53504 (608) 776-2146
Demand Response – (door
to door)
First Student Bus Service
Larry Lansing 307 N. Iowa
St. Dodgeville, WI (608) 9355255
School Bus Some Charter
Freeman Transports
Gunderson Coulee Trails
Non- emergency medical
Doug Eck, 565 W. Mineral
transportation for
St. Platteville, WI (608)
disabled and/or special
348-7980
needs transportation
Medicaid (disabled), All
Cheryl Kletzke 126 ½ W. medical needs, other
Jefferson St. Viroqua, WI requests on prior
approval
5 vans, 3 wheel chair
accessible – 1 passenger
van, non-emergency
stretcher
Open
Medical assistance, SWFCA
Co-Pays and Private Pay
1 lg. bus is wheelchair
accessible
Demand response (door
to door)
Mon – Fri 6 a.m – 6 p.m.
and by special request
3 vans with ramps
Demand response (door
to door)
Based on needs
Medical Assistance,
14 vehicles, all minivans
SWFC, co-pays, private
and wheelchair accessible
pay
Hodan Center, Inc.
Hodan Center clientGene Dagle/Diane
employees and people who
Kliebenstein, 941 W.
Fixed Routes and demand
need specialized transport
Fountain St., Mineral Point,
response (door to door)
for nonemergency medical
WI (608) 987-3336
or other needs
Iowa County Taxi –
managed by Grant County
ADRC
Rita Harmon, PO Box 383
Lancaster, WI (608) 7236113 or (608) 553-0590
LIFT SWCAP
Ashley Nedeau-Owen 201 S. Disabled and Lacking
Demand response (door
Iowa St. Dodgeville, WI
transportation as viewed by
through door)
(608) 930-2191
LIFT as a disability
Buses M-F fixed routes 6 a –
9:15 & 2:30 p – 6p vans,
7 buses, 2 vans, 2 minimini-buses M-F, 7 a – 6 p. buses. All vehicles have
Buses & Vans available
lifts.
other times by request
Anyone – City of Dodgeville Demand response (door to Wed. & Fri 7:30 a – 4 p and
1 van with ramp
Area
door)
special requests
Office Hrs. 8 a. – 4:30 p M – 2/3 Van – wheelchair
Thurs 8 a – 12:00 noon
Accessible, 1- 7 passenger
Friday
Mini van – not accessible
Medicaid Fares
5310 – SWFC, Medical
Assistance and private pay.
Private pay and local
funding
SWFC – Medicaid 53.17
TCSP Copay private pay
Lafayette County Transportation Providers
Office Hours
Provider Name
ADRC - Lafayette County
Driver Escort Program and
Bus
Hodan Center, Inc.
Contact Person
Passenger Eligibility
Service Description
Service Hours varies
Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm,and
by special requests, MonDemand Response (door-toElderly and people with
Fri- designated routes
door), and varied fixed
disabilities, and anyone
each day. By reservation
route
only, and by special
requests.
Hodan Center clientBuses M-F fixed routes 6 a –
Gene Dagle/Diane
employees and people who
9:15 & 2:30 p – 6p vans,
Kliebenstein, 941 W.
Fixed Routes and demand
need specialized transport
mini-buses M-F, 7 a – 6 p.
Fountain St., Mineral Point,
response (door to door)
for nonemergency medical
Buses & Vans available
WI (608) 987-3336
or other needs
other times by request
Fleet Information
Funding Sources
Volunteer Drivers using
their own vehicles, 2
Buses,1Van, 3 Lifts.
85.21, Older American
Act, Copay, and
ContinuUs
7 buses, 2 vans, 2 minibuses. All vehicles have
lifts.
5310 – SWFC, Medical
Assistance and private pay.
AI's Trucking
School bus,works with
GreenCo Industries and
Hodan Center, and bus
rental.
Does not bill Medical
Assistance
Varies
School buses and Coach
buses
Private Pay
Miner Transportation
School bus and charter
School bus and Charter
Varies
Buses- non accessible
Private Pay
Elderly, people w/
disabilities and children
Demand response (door
to door) two wks. notice
Mon – Sat 6:30 a.m. – 8
p.m.
7 Vans, 2 are Passenger
with lifts
Medical Assistance,
Medicaid, Private Pay,
SW FCA
Demand Response – (door
to door)
Open
5 vans, 3 wheel chair
accessible – 1 passenger
van, non-emergency
stretcher
Medical assistance, SWFCA
Co-Pays and Private Pay
Access Medical Transit
N2563 Coplien Rd.
Monroe, WI (608) 2145047
Country View Transport
13013 Goodman Rd. Argyle,
Anyone
WI 53504 (608) 776-2146
LIFT SWCAP
Ashley Nedeau-Owen 201 S. Disabled and Lacking
Demand response (door
Iowa St. Dodgeville, WI
transportation as viewed by
through door)
(608) 930-2191
LIFT as a disability
Office Hrs. 8 a. – 4:30 p M – 2/3 Van – wheelchair
Thurs 8 a – 12:00 noon
Accessible, 1- 7 passenger
Friday
Mini van – not accessible
SWFC – Medicaid 53.17
TCSP Copay private pay
Richland County Transportation Providers
Office Hours
Provider Name
Contact Person
Passenger Eligibility
Service Description
Fleet Information
Funding Sources
Service Hours varies
Access Medical Transit
Craig Pipzer, N2565 Copline
Elderly, people with
Rd., Monroe, WI, (608) 214disabilities, and children
5047
Demand response (door-toMon-Sat: 6:30am-8pm
door), two-weeks notice
8 vans, 3 are passenger, 5
with extra-wide lifts
Medical Assistance,
Medicaid, Private Pay,
Southwest Family Care
Alliance
Aging and Disability
Resource Center of Eagle
Country - Driver Escort
Program
Transportation Coordinator,
221 W Seminary St.
Elderly and people with
Richland Center, WI 53581, disabilities
(608) 647-4616
Demand Respons (door-to- Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm, and by
door)
special requests
Volunteer Drivers using
their own vehicles
85.21, Older American Act,
Copay, ContinuUs
Aging and Disability
Resource Center of Eagle
Country - Public
Transportation Bus
Transportation Coordinator,
221 W Seminary St.
None
Richland Center, WI 53581,
(608) 647-4616
Varied Fixed Route
Alift Services LLC
365 N Perry Parkway,
Oregon, WI 53575, (800)
567-5438
Everyone
Demand response (door-todoor) by volunteer driver
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm
escort
7 vans, 5 with lifts, 2 with
ramps
Coulee Trails
Cheryl Kletzke
126 1/2 W Jefferson St
Viroqua, WI 54665
Medicaid (disabled), All
medical needs, other
requests on prior approval
demand response (door0tobased on appt needs
door)
Medical Assistance, CMO
12 vehicles, all minivans and
funding, co-pays, private
wheelchair accesible
pay
Department of Veterans
Affairs
Respective County Veteran
Service Officer DAV
Department Headquarters, Veteran
Green Bay, WI (920) 4060620
Fixed Route
30 Vans
Veterans Affairs
Freeman Transports
Doug Eck, 565 W Mineral
St., Platteville, WI 53818,
(608) 348-7980,
[email protected]
Non-emergency medical
transportation for disabled Demand response (door-to- Mon-Fri: 6am-6pm and by
people or people that need door)
special request
specialized transportation.
3 Vans with ramps
Medicaid Fares
LIFT
Ashley Nedeau-Owen,
201 S. Iowa St.
Dodgeville, WI 53533
877-798-5438
Transportation
Disadvantaged
Volunteer Drivers using
their own vehicles and 2
wheelchair accessible
vehicles
Medical Assistance, Prive
Pay, Southwest Family Care
Alliance, 5316, TCSP
Transportation Manager,
Richland Center Bus Service
1996 US Hwy 14 W,
Inc.
Richland Cetner, WI 53581
Demand respons (doorthrough-door)
Mon-Fri - designated routes
each day. By reservation
2 wheelchair vans
only, and by special
requests.
phone hours 8am-4:30pm
Mon-Th; Fri 8am-12pm
driving hours 24/7
school bus, some charter
85.21, 5310, Older
American Act, Copay,
ContinuUs
Medicaid Fares
1 wheelchair accessible bus
Richland Center Transit
Rides: 649-8294, Corporate:
Running Inc., 520 East
None
Decker Street, Viroqua, WI
54665, (608) 637-2599
Demand Respons (door-to- M-F 6am-9pm, Saturday 8a- 1 car, 1 suv, 1 wheelchair
door)
3p, Sunday 7a-2p
accessible van
Schmitt Woodland Hills
1400 W Seminary St.,
Richland Center, WI 53581, Resident and private pay
(608) 647-8931
demand response
Towne Taxi
555 Lincoln St,
Richland Center, WI, 53581, None
(608) 647-3114
Demand Response (door-toMon-Fri: 7am-10pm
door)
VA Hospitals/Dept VA
Dennis/Patti Johnson
408 S Eliza St
Maquoketa, IA 52060
phone hours 9am-6pm Mondemand response (door-toFord Explorer--seats 7 not
Fri
door)
wheelchair accessible
driving hours OPEN
vehicle donated by VA
hospital, upkeep private
donations
VARC, Inc.
Tracy Hanson, 1133 Nelson
people with disabilites age
Pkwy, Viroqua, WI 54665,
16 & over
(608) 63703934
fixed route (home to work
and back home again)
5310
Veterans and spouses of
veteran's with prior
approval
Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm and
special request
Mon-Fri 6:30am-5:00pm
5311
1 Bus, 2 Vans
5310
1 car
Private pay, Medical
Assistance
3 buses (1 w/lift)
Appendix H
Public Forum Attendees
54
Grant County Public Forum Attendees
Name
Mary Lou Bausch
Bernetta Cogan
Laura S. Crowley
Bev Doll
Roselly Eckers
Liuda L. Gears
Richard Gears
Rose Gass
Rita Harmon
Audrey Johnston
Janet Kelly
Lois Masks
Tim Murphy
Ashley Nedeau-Owen
Joe Pink
Shirley Pink
Ruth Rotramel
Jeunette Schneiderimnd
Jeff Segebrect
Nancy Shaw
Bernice Snyder
Randy Stojan
Marayne Teal
Roland Young
Agency
Email
[email protected]
ADRC - Iowa County
[email protected]
ADRC - Grant County
Southwest Opportunities Center
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
SWCAP
608-723-2756
SWCAP
ADRC
[email protected]
Green County Public Forum Attendees
Name
Amber Russel
Organization
Green County Human
Services - ADRC
Email
[email protected]
Anna Anderson
Phone
608-328-9355
Green County
[email protected]
Recreation Program
Ashley Nedeau-Owen Southwest Community [email protected]
Action Program
608-293-1079
Bob Gibson
[email protected]
608-741-3411
[email protected]
608-328-9329
Danielele Gallagher
Ede Davis
Ellen Schwartz
Greg Holcomb
Jerry Jansen
Jess Otteson
Karen Burtzam
Karl Schulte
Green County Human
Services
Green County Human
Services
Sexual Assault Recovery [email protected]
Program
Green County Human
Services
[email protected]
Forward Services Corp
Brown Cab/Monroe
Cab
Kathreyn Ruferner
Kendra Lauranye
Family Promise
L. Sandlin
Forward Services Corp
Lili Petitjean
Lou Dalton
Mary G. Hart
Prais Valenzuela
608-930-2191
608-328-1550
608-290-8777
608-527-6002
608-328-9353
[email protected]
920-328-2600
608-325-6389
[email protected] 608-328-2600
encounty.org
[email protected]
608-741-3411
Green County Human
Services ADRC
[email protected]
608-328-9393
Forward Services Corp
[email protected]
608-325-6389
608-741-3411
Rob Miler
Sandy Hain
Stephanie Hafey
Green County
Tracey Reich
Valerie Torbolon
Vicki Krattiger
[email protected]
608-862-3331
608-325-9385
Green County
[email protected]
Green County Human
Services - ADRC
[email protected]
608-328-9369
608-325-6341
608-328-9364
Green County Human
Services - ADRC
Iowa County Meeting Attendees
Name
Ashley Nedau-Owen
Avis Torgeson
Casey L. Shed
Diane Kiebenstein
Kris Lunde
Linda Boll
Ray Brennon
Rebbecca Wette
Rita Harmon
Rosalie Zweifel
Rose Erikson
Scott Godrey
Shiela Gehrke
Shirley Cardinal
Steve McCarthy
Tom Slaney
Organization
SWCAP
Hodan Center
ADRC - Green County
ADRC - Iowa County
ADRC - Iowa County
ADRC - Grant County
ADRC - Iowa County
ADRC - Iowa County
Iowa County Planning
Commission
Email Address
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone Number
608-930-2191
608-935-3421
608-924-0031
608-987-3336
608-924-0031
608-328-9347
[email protected]
608-723-6113
608-574-5690
[email protected]
608-935-0333
608-935-2672
Upland Hills Health
ADRC - Iowa County
[email protected]
[email protected]
608-930-7124
608-930-9802
Lafayette County Meeting Attendees
Name
Phone
Email
Stacy Whaler
608-776-2082 [email protected]
Don Osterday
Diane Kliebenstein
608-726-2085
608-987-3336 [email protected]
Organization
Community Health Systems of
Darlington
Darlington City Council
Hodan Center
Leean White
608-642-2346 [email protected]
Lafayette County Aging Commission
Bob Boyle
608-776-4584 [email protected]
Lafayette County Board
Shane Schuhmacher
608-776-4800
Lafayette County Human Services
Sheena Abbitt
608-776-4902 [email protected]
Lafayette County Human Services
Brenda Poss
608-482-1001 [email protected]
Lafayette County Human Services
Doreen Doyle
608-776-3477 [email protected]
Jeff Segebrect
608-935-2326 [email protected]
Ashley Nedeau-Owen
608-930-2191 [email protected]
Joy Gieseke
608-776-4820 [email protected]
Dave Weiskirchier
608-776-4886 [email protected]
Veterans Office
Gary McCree
Terry L. Sheffer
Bonnie Anderson
Bobby
608-759-3993
608-732-4824
608-543-3093
Village of Benton
Village of Benton
Sienna Crest Assisted Living Home Darlington
Southwest Communtity Action
Program
Southwest Communtity Action
Program
University of Wisconsin Extension
Lafayette County
Richland County Meeting Attendees
Name
Bette M. Cook
Virginia Wiedenfeld
Agency
Richland County Board
Richland County Board
Commission on Aging and Disability David /Transportation Scribbins
Coordination Committee
Richland County Paul Kinney
Board
Angela Metz Richland Hospital
Wisconsin Department of Judy Foss
Transportation – Madison
Email
608-­‐647-­‐4350
[email protected]
608-­‐585-­‐3855
[email protected]
608-­‐739-­‐3638
608-­‐266-­‐8968
[email protected]
608-­‐647-­‐7076
[email protected]
608-­‐266-­‐8968
Sarah Richie Richland County
[email protected]
Kelly Potts
[email protected]swis.org
Ridgeview Commons
Citizens and Steve Organizations Active Boomfield
in Disaster
Southwest Ashley Community Action Nedeau-­‐
Program – LIFT
Owen
Robert Richland County Ellefson
Resident
Richland County Jenna Wilson
Public Health
Richland County Ruth Moser
Resident
Southwest Jeff Community Action Segebrecht
Program
Phone Number
[email protected]
608-­‐649-­‐3010
a.nedeau-­‐[email protected]
608-­‐930-­‐2191
608-­‐393-­‐9486
[email protected]
[email protected]
608-­‐935-­‐2326