Veterans Mobility Corps Vet 2 Vet Program
The Veterans Mobility Corps is a Vet-to-Vet program providing free assistance for all military veterans who cannot drive due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or other disabilities, or would like to learn how to ride public transit.
Veteran Volunteers (who are military veterans themselves) can assist you to maintain your mobility and independence by teaching you to ride public transit and access other alternatives to driving, such as community shuttles.
Veteran Volunteers are carefully screened and trained to work with veterans of any age, and with a variety of disabilities. In addition to conducting one-to-one and group rider training, Veteran Volunteers are also available to give educational presentations and organize group trips on transit to popular destinations.
Veterans learn to ride SamTrans, BART, Caltrain, VTA and other public transit systems in the Bay Area, and stay active, connected and independent.
Learn How to Ride Transit
Get Free Training on How to Ride Transit
Training programs are individually designed to fit your needs.
Plan Your Trip
- Read routes and schedules
- Get to and from your bus stop
- Locate and transfer to other buses
- Pay fares
- Purchase passes
Get Mobility Assistance
- Get on and off the bus safely
- Use the lift or ramp to board
- Position your mobility device
Become A Volunteer
Become A Volunteer
Assist your fellow veterans by becoming a volunteer transit trainer.
Veteran Volunteer Benefits
Pride in Helping
Feel pride in knowing that you have helped fellow veterans stay mobile and connected to their communities.
Free Monthly Pass
Veteran volunteers receive a free monthly SamTrans bus pass.
Networking opportunities where new relationships and collaborations can be cultivated are available.
If you would like to learn more about the Veterans Mobility Corps, to schedule an appointment with a Veteran Volunteer, or to become a volunteer, contact Jean Conger at 650-508-6362.