Transportation Services

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Specialized Transportation Services

KAC provides a variety of highly accessible, specialized transportation services that keep residents rolling and achieving in the Kenosha County area.

Providing paratransit services for passengers with a condition or disability. Assisting wheelchair passengers with boarding and disembarking. Coordinating charter service to sporting events, summer camps and special occasions. Removing transportation barriers for those seeking employment.

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KAC is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied benefits of its services on the basis of race, color, or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (“Title VI”).

For more information, see KAC’s Title VI Notice to the Public. Complaint procedure and form available in English and in Spanish.

KAC Route Service

Curbside, lift-equipped service is available to KAC participants living in Kenosha County.  This specialized transportation service provides a vital link to vocational and developmental opportunities for KAC participants.

Click here for information on Adult Services at KAC.

For further information on KAC’s Transportation Services contact Desiree Taylor, Transportation Manager, 262-658-9551 or contact us.


Care-A-Van is Kenosha Area Transit’s Paratransit Service, operated by KAC. This door-to-door service is available for certified riders with a condition or disability that prevents them from using Kenosha Area Transit fixed-route buses.

Para obtener información sobre este servicio en español, haga clic AQUÍ.

To access applications, rider manuals, and more information follow this link: Para-Transit Care-A-Van Services

Required at least a day in advance. Please call (262) 658-9093.

$4 one way
$1 senior dining rides
$40 punch cards (10 rides + 1 FREE ride)
Please have the exact fare, change cannot be given.

NEW! Purchase punch cards online here. Pre-paid punch cards can be mailed or picked-up on your next ride.

You may have a guest join you on your trip. Please let the scheduler know that you have a guest when you call to schedule the ride. Guest fares are $4 each way.

Personal Care Attendants:
Approved personal care attendants may travel at no charge. You must indicate you require assistance from an attendant when you apply for para-transit services.

Service Area:
All of Kenosha County East of I-94
For a list of senior dining locations, please click HERE.

Service Hours:
Monday through Friday: 5:00 am – 12:30 am
Saturday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Rides available within 3/4 mile of street car and the Lakefront Trolley route, during regular service hours.

Reservation Hours:
A scheduler is available Monday through Friday 6:30 am to 5:30 pm. After hours your reservation requests will be recorded on our voice messaging system. A scheduler will return your call confirming your trip.


Rider certification is conducted by Kenosha Area Transit. You must complete an application and have your physician certify the information. Download the application HERE. The application process enables us to understand your functional ability to use transit. You may use Care-A-Van for two round-trips prior to returning a completed application.

Once Kenosha Area Transit receives your completed application, you will be notified of a decision by mail within 21 days, and you can begin scheduling trips. Incomplete applications can significantly delay the review process, and must be completed before additional rides are scheduled.

For further information call Kenosha Transit at: 262-653-4290

TTY service 1-800-947-3526 (English) or 1-800-337-3242 (Spanish).

This program is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) as authorized under 49 U.S.C. Section 5310.


LINK-Western Kenosha Transportation

Kenosha County contracts with KAC to provide LINK-Western Kenosha Transportation services. LINK is a refresh of Western Kenosha County Transit. New look – same great service!

Passenger assistance with boarding and disembarking is available upon request. All vehicles are equipped with wheelchair lifts. Complete fare information, route information and transfer locations can be found by visiting the LINK-Western Kenosha Transportation website. Click here for current information, maps & brochure.

Required at least a day in advance. Please call (888) 203-3498.

$5 one-way for the general public
$3 one-way for older adults and persons with disabilities.
To qualify for reduced fare, please complete and submit this form, including proper identification.

Please have the exact fare, change cannot be given.

NEW! Purchase punch cards online here. Pre-paid punch cards can be mailed or picked-up on your next ride.

Service Area:
LINK services are available to the public with a service area concentrated in Kenosha County, west of I-94. Service is provided to connect rural Kenosha County to Kenosha, Lake Geneva, and Antioch, Illinois.

Service Hours:
Monday through Friday: 6:00 am – 6:30 pm
Service is not available on all major holidays.

Need Help?
Contact our Mobility Manager for assistance with your transportation needs or to report issues with the service. Call 262-605-6646 to speak with the Mobility Manager.

TTY service 1-800-947-3526 (English) or 1-800-337-3242 (Spanish).

Specialized Charter Services

KAC offers specialized charter services for individuals, agencies, and organizations needing accessible vehicles to coordinate transportation in Kenosha County.

For information on charter services please contact Desiree Taylor, Transportation Manager, 262-658-9551 or contact us.

Employment Transportation Assistance

KAC believes that work is essential to a meaningful life. Through our Employment Transportation Assistance programs, we strive to ensure people of all abilities are able to overcome transportation issues and maintain their employment.


Consultation & assistance from a Mobility Manager to problem solve transportation related issues.

Wisconsin Employment Transportation Assistance Program (WETAP)
Through the Wisconsin Employment Transportation Assistance Program (WETAP) KAC provides a variety of mobility services to help ease transportation barriers to employment.  People with an income 150% of poverty and below, who are employed or participating in a vocational assistance program may be eligible for financial assistance to repair a vehicle used to maintain employment.

Great Lakes Naval Training Center Shuttle Services
Specialized, accessible shuttle services are available for disabled workers employed at Great Lakes Naval Training Center.

For additional information or to apply for transportation assistance contact Gary Eckstein, Vocational Outreach Manager at 262-658-9568 or contact us.

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