Improving people’s lives by making their communities more accessible. That’s the mission of Bay Transit, which provides public transportation services – or more than 140,000 rides annually– throughout the Middle Peninsula, Northern Neck and New Kent and Charles City Counties. This service – the only public transportation service in the region – allows riders to get to work, medical appointments, shop for groceries, attend social engagements, and more.
Bay Transit is a division of Bay Aging, founded on the belief that every citizen must be assured accessible, safe transportation to the destination of their choice, without regard to disability, age, or economic status.
Servicing New Kent, Charles City, King & Queen, King William and the Town of West Point.
Servicing Gloucester and Mathews.
Servicing Essex, Lancaster, Middlesex, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland and the Town of Colonial Beach.
Art Dubey, a 78-year-old Vietnam War veteran, has lived in his Mathews County home for many years. As his eyesight began to deteriorate, he needed an alternative to driving himself to continue living an active, social life. That’s where Bay Transit stepped in. Today, because of Bay Transit, Art doesn’t let “legal blindness keep me from enjoying life and being active in my community.”
Supporting public transportation is more than just a donation. It’s an investment in our communities, the residents who call it home and the workforce that serves as the economic catalyst for our localities.
Enhanced user experience aims to help community more easily access services and programs offered by Bay Aging. (Urbanna, VA) – Bay Aging is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, bayaging.org, which includes an enhanced user experience to help the community more easily learn about and access services, as well as short video […]