Public Transit

Licking Valley Community Action operates a comprehensive transportation services that provides non-emergency medical transportation throughout the region and to medical facilities in Kentucky and Ohio. In addition, LVCAP provides public transportation, Title III-B Elderly Transportation, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, and Head Start transportation services. Riders with a medical card may have their trip cost subsidized or paid completely.

Human Services Transportation Delivery

Human Services Transportation Delivery- provides transportation services to the eligible clients in Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason and Robertson counties.

Riders who want to schedule transportation services should contact us during our normal office hours of Monday through Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm and Saturday from 8:00am – 1:00pm local time. All trips not considered “urgent care” must be scheduled 72 hours in advance After hours paging is available, including Sundays and State Holidays, for immediate or “urgent care” transportation.

Licking Valley Community Action Program currently operates the Transportation Program for the counties of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, and Robertson.Licking Valley Community Action Program is proud to provide transportation services for Veterans and their families. Please call 1 (800) 327-5196 to see if you are eligible.

Public Transportation

Public transit trips must be scheduled 72 hours in advance. Public Transportation services are provided Monday through Friday, from 6 am to 6 pm. There is a fare for all public transportation.

Passenger Rules and Regulations

Riders much provide exact change only, as the drivers do not carry change.

  • Must be identified by program eligibility
  • Shall have proper identification
  • Is not under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs
  • Is ready 15 minutes before the scheduled pickup
  • Shall abide by signs in the vehicle (e.g. no smoking, no food, etc.)
  • Shall wear a seat belt and children shall abide by child restraint seat belt requirements
  • Shall not hold children in laps
  • Is responsible for personal items
  • Shall call 72 hours in advance for transport, if possible
  • Shall cancel the trip as soon as possible but no less than 24 hours in advance
  • Shall give all pertinent information needed to the transportation provider such as attendant requirements, special needs (e.g. wheelchair service)

Fees are subject to change.

Trip Destination Rider Fees
(typical stops)
All stops within the county of residence. (Round Trip) $6.00
Stops to the neighboring county (Round Trip) $10.00
Appointments or stops out of Rural Area (Round Trip) Cincinnati, Lexington, Ashland, Covington, etc…. $50.00
Appointments or stops to Mt. Sterling or Morehead (cost depends on which city traveled from.) Call for Information $25.00 – $35.00

Language assistance will be provided at no cost. Hearing or speech impaired, please call 1-800-648-6056 or voice users call 1-800-648-6057 and refer to the 606-845-0081 Licking Valley Community Action Program.

Title VI Bus notice
Title VI Complaint Form
Title VI of the Civil Rights
Inclement Weather Policy
Reasonable Modifications/Accommodations Policy
DBE Policy Statement
Title VI Procedures and Compliance
Public Transit DBE Notice

Contact Info

Kerri Moran, Transportation Director
Cindy Whisman, Driver Coordinator
606-845-0081 (voice/TTY)
800-803-1310 (voice/TTY)

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