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Lisle Township

A local unit of government that provides services to the Township Residents.

Services: Discount Transit Passes, Extreme Cold Warming Centers, Extreme Heat Cooling Centers, Food Pantries, Food Stamps/SNAP Applications, General Relief, Job Clubs, Paratransit Programs, Passports, Street Maintenance

4711 Indiana Avenue

Lisle, IL 60532

(630) 968-2087

Mercy Medical Angels

Provide transportation to patients with financial needs, including in the air (with commercial airline tickets and volunteer pilots) and on the ground (with gas cards and bus/train tickets).

Services: Emergency Medical Transportation, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

4620 Haygood Road

Suite 1

Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Milton Township

COVID-19 Update: Office currently closed to the public.

Services: Extreme Cold Warming Centers, Extreme Heat Cooling Centers, Food Pantries, Notary Public Services, Paratransit Programs, Temporary Financial Assistance

1492 North Main Street

Wheaton, IL 60187

(630) 668-1616

Miracle Flights

Provides free commercial airline tickets for children in need of specialized, out-of-state medical care and second opinions.

Services: Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

5740 S. Eastern Ave.

Suite 240

Las Vegas, NV 89119

(702) 261-0494

Naperville Township

COVID-19 Update: No walk-ins.

Services: Christmas Programs, Discount Transit Passes, Extreme Cold Warming Centers, General Relief, Housing Expense Assistance, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Medicare Information/Counseling, Paratransit Programs, Passports, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Voter Registration Offices

139 Water Street

Naperville, IL 60540

(630) 355-2786

Operation Drive

Ride sharing service for students and the disadvantaged, including seniors, veterans, low-income families, and individuals with disabilities or experiencing homelessness.

Services: Carpooling Programs

P.O. Box 344

Oswego, IL 60543

(630) 294-6721

Pace

Provides local bus services, including fixed routes, call-n-ride, van pools and paratransit services

Services: Carpooling Programs, Disability Related Transportation, Local Bus Transit Services

550 West Algonquin Road

Arlington Heights, IL 60005

(847) 364-7223 x3

Regional Transportation Authority

Administrative Entity that oversees the programs that help plan trips using public transportation, accessible transit and reduced fare programs.

Services: Public Transit Authorities, Travel Directions/Trip Planning

175 West Jackson Boulevard

Suite 1650

Chicago, IL 60604

(312) 913-3110

Regional Transportation Authority - Paratransit Certification

Processes applications for riders with a disability, who are not able to use public transportation with fixed routes, to utilize a door to door shared ride service.

Services: Disability Related Transportation

175 West Jackson Boulevard

Suite 1650

Chicago, IL 60604

Regional Transportation Authority - Reduced Fare Permits

Issues reduced fare permits to ride with the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Metra, and Pace

Services: Discount Transit Passes

175 West Jackson Boulevard

Suite 1650

Chicago, IL 60604

(312) 913-3110

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