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Who Can Use STC Services

Generally, STC transportation services are available to seniors age 60 and older who reside within one of the municipal or nonprofit provider jurisdictions or service area boundaries.

In addition, some municipal and nonprofit providers expand or limit eligibility by age (i.e. seniors 55 and older) or specialized populations (i.e. persons with disabilities).

Please contact STC at 216-265-1489 for more information.

Click here to view all available areas for service.

Complaints & Concerns

STC complies with all nondiscrimination requirements in the provision of our services to the public. If you have a concern, please contact us and we will make every effort to resolve your issue.

If you believe you have been discriminated against, you may file an administrative complaint with the FTA Office of Civil Rights. The form and filing instructions are found here.

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STC Annual Meeting Celebrates Senior Mobility

The Senior Transportation Connection Annual Meeting on May 16 is hosted by the E.J. Bohn Rose Center, 1667 Ansel Road in Cleveland. The Center is one of six Rose Center sites that use our services to bring local residents to lunch, socialize and enjoy activities. Each year, STC invites our supporters to visit a partner location like E.J. Bohn with us. The annual meeting features highlights from the prior year, comments from staff, clients and the Board of Directors. This year, we honor Howard Maier, who completes his term as Board Chairman. About 60 guests attended and helped to celebrate Mr. Maier's leadership and advocacy to support the mobility thousands of Cuyahoga County seniors enjoy with STC.

Congratulations to outgoing Board Chairman Howard Maier

Mr. Maier is the past Executive Director of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), which oversees transportation planning, transportation-related air quality planning, and area wide water quality management planning by federal and Ohio mandates. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Ohio State University, a Master of City Planning from Ohio State University and a Master of Science in Public Management from Case Western Reserve University.