Providing transportation services to residents of Vermilion County in East Central Illinois.

Para-Transit Services for the Danville Mass Transit Bus System

CRIS Vermilion Transit provides the complimentary Para-Transit A.D.A. Service for Danville Mass Transit. This means that CRIS provides a curb to curb service for Danville Mass Transit clients who are unable to catch regular transit route buses at the regular bus stops. DMT-ADA riders must be certified by Danville Mass Transit as a CRIS Para-Transit rider.

To receive certification for this service, you must call Danville Mass Transit and request a Para-Transit rider application. Please call Danville Mass Transit at 431-0653 regarding certification. After DMT approves the application, DMT-ADA riders must get an ID card from DMT and they must also purchase 6-ride punch tickets from DMT. The 5-ride ticket cost $12.00.

Once certified, rides may be scheduled one day in advance. Rides may be scheduled the following times:

Monday Through Friday
5:45a.m. to 7:40 p.m.

Saturday
8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

For more information, contact CRIS Rural Mass Transit District at 217-443-2287
or e-mail info@ruraltransits.org

CRIS Senior Transportation Services Para-Transit Services for DMT Clients
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Vermilion County "How to Ride Guide - Spanish Version" Vermilion County Rural Transportation Brochure - Spanish Version Medicaid Transportation Service


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CRIS provides opportunity for contractual arrangements for service.  If your organization is interested in a contract with CRIS, please contact accounting@ruraltransits.org for more information.
Note: All Contractual Routes are open to the public.