Transportation for Medical Appointments

We provide transportation to go to medical appointments either by customers paying a bus fare, through the MaineCare Non-Emergency Broker – LogistiCare or through the Department of Health and Human contract for low-income. Please review the bus schedules that are posted on the website under Bus Schedules for your area.

Transportation for Shopping and/or Errands

We provide transportation to go shopping and/or to do errands into or in the 4 hub communities in Aroostook County. Each town in Aroostook County including Patten and Danforth are served at least once a week so you can do your shopping and/or other errands like paying bills, visiting a family/friend, or go out to lunch. Please review the bus schedules that are posted on the website under Bus Schedules for your area.

Transportation for Retired Senior Transportation Program & Meal Site

We provide transportation for Aroostook Area on Aging for individuals who are registered under Retired Senior Transportation Programs (RSVP) who volunteers at a RSVP registered site as well as providing transportation for elderly to be able to attend meal sites. Both of these services are at no charge to the individuals. If you would like to become a RSVP volunteer, please contact Aroostook Area on Aging at 764-3396 to see how you would apply.

Requirements: You must qualify through RSVP to volunteer or be over 60 to go to a meal site.

Transportation for Low Income

We provide transportation for Maine Department of Health and Human Services for low-income qualified individuals to go shopping, to do errands, and/or to go to medical appointments (that are not covered under another contract). Please call our agency at 764-4246 or 1-800-442-3320 to see how you would qualify under the current low-income guidelines.

Requirements: You must qualify under the current low-income guidelines.

Transportation for Child Protective

We provide transportation for Maine Department of Health and Human Service for those who are referred by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services for family reunification meetings and services.

Requirements: You must be referred by Maine Department of Health and Human Services.

Transportation for Central Aroostook Association

Opportunity Training Center

We provide transportation for Central Aroostook Association for their Opportunity Training Center for children who have intellectual and developmental disabilities to attend the special purpose private school which allows them to develop their fine and gross motor skills, self-help skills, and academic development prior to transferring to a work service.

Requirements: You must be referred by Central Aroostook Association.

Work Services

We provide transportation for Central Aroostook Association for their work services through their County Box and Pellets for individuals with developmental disabilities which allow these individuals an opportunity to improve their personal skills, learn a trade as well as earn a wage while providing a service to our community.

Requirements: You must be referred by Central Aroostook Association.

Adult Services

We provide transportation for individuals to a sheltered workshop for a variety of day programs which promote self-maintenance, physical activities, self-motivation, social and behavioral skills as well as safe and independent problem solving skills. This service is either funded through MaineCare or Central Aroostook Association.

Requirements: You must be referred by Central Aroostook Association and/or the Non-Emergency Transportation Broker; LogistiCare.

If you have any questions regarding Opportunity Training Center, Work Services, and Adult Services at Central Aroostook Association, please contact them at 764-0134.

ARTS Title VI Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of Aroostook Regional Transportation System that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religious belief, political affiliation or belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, veteran status, migrant worker, ex-offender, or former patient of a state institution be discriminated against in access to the services or provision of services of Aroostook Regional Transportation System

Aroostook Regional Transportation System, Inc.
PO Box 552
24 Houlton Road
Presque Isle, ME 04769
(207) 764-1290 (Main Office)
(207) 764-3384 or 1-800-442-3320 (Bus)
(207) 764-5246 (Other Business)
(207) 764-5579 (fax)