Did you know the De Young and Legion of Honor Museums in San Francisco have Access Days? These occur on one or two Mondays during their temporary exhibitions. The entrance and guided tours are reserved for those who would benefit from visual, hearing, or mobility accommodations. Do you want to plan a group trip for your staff, clients, or organization members? This is just one example of many local trip destinations. BORP vehicles are accessible, which makes it possible for your entire group to travel together to destinations that would be difficult to reach with basic public transport. We seek opportunities to serve more organizations in our community!
If you are interested in planning a group trip and want information on how a BORP bus could help with your transportation needs, contact BORP Transportation Coordinator, Sarah-Dawn Smith, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 849-4663 x 1378 or MOBILE (949) 205-9058.
BORP’s accessible group trip transportation service is made possible by funding from Alameda County Transportation Commission through the Special Transportation Program for Seniors and People with Disabilities (Measure B funds). This service is aimed at improving the mobility of people with disabilities and increasing access to sports and recreation activities by supplementing conventional fixed route service and addressing the current gap in accessible group trip options for youth and adults with disabilities in Alameda County. More information about this project can be found on our website and at alamedaactc.org.