Transportation Services

Many of our qualified riders are able to use CILWW’s transportation services to get medical, educational, employment-related and even social rides.

Programs and Services:

Volunteer driver program

Volunteer drivers provide transportation to persons with a disability or those that are frail elderly for 29 Counties. Transportation contracts and MOU’s in the following counties;


  • CILWW area – Barron, Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Rusk, St. Croix
  • NCIL area – Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Price, Sawyer, Washburn
  • MILC area – Adams, Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Portage, Taylor, Vilas, and Wood

Voucher program

  • Must have available drivers (relative, friend, neighbor) and have a temporary need
  • Looking for work, starting employment, training for employment, starting educational opportunities at universities or technical schools

Information and Referral for other transportation options

Van Accessible Transportation

  • Accessible van transportation for persons who use a wheelchair
  • Affordable Rates
  • Van services available in Dunn, Chippewa, Pierce and Pepin Counties

Local mobility management

  • Work to coordinate and collaborate with local transportation programs
  • Serve on transportation coordinating committees
  • Transportation planning with transportation stakeholders

Regional transportation coordination

  • Coordinate meetings for West WI Regional Transportation Coordinating Committee (WWRTCC)
  • Coordinate region driver training
  • Regional surveys for low income, elderly, disabled, veteran riders, Managed Care Organizations, Veteran Service Officers, and other transportation providers

Western Wisconsin Regional Transportation Coordinating Committee (WWRTCC) is dedicated to the implementation of coordinated multi-county responsive, affordable, accessible, transportation for everyone.

WWRTCC is comprised of citizens, public and private transportation providers, public officials, disability organizations, regional planners, community agencies, managed care organizations, employers, and others interested in increasing transportation options in Western Wisconsin.

Funding is provided by the Center for Independent Living for Western Wisconsin, Inc., North Country Independent Living, FTA as authorized under 49 U.S.C. 5317 (CFDA 20.521) New Freedom, and 5310 Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities” administered by WIS DOT, FTA Veteran Transportation and Community Living Initiative/Eau Claire Transit, United Way, and various other community partnering grants.