Para-Transit service is provided by the City of Woodstock and offers door to door scheduled service [paratransit]. (source)
Eligibility RequirementsThere shall be three categories of eligibility; those being:
Unconditional-A person with a disability that prevents them from using conventional transportation services
Temporary-A person with a temporary disability that prevents them from using conventional transportation services
Conditional-A person with a disability where environmental or physical barriers limit their abilities to consistently use conventional transportation services such as persons with a visual disability, persons who use canes, crutches, walkers etc as winter conditions (December 1st to March 31st) such as ice and snow prevents the safe usage of the mobility equipment, or persons with disabilities that may have periods of recession.
Does my attendant have to pay?A registrant may be required, as determined through the registration process, to have a person travelling with them. The person travelling with the registrant is referred to as an “Attendant”. The identification card issued to the registrant will provide the information for the attendant to travel for free on the Woodstock fixed-route service or Para-transportation service.
However, subject to vehicle capacity, registrant may have people travel with them on the service. These people are referred to as “Companions”. The registrant will have to indicate at the time of booking the trip how many Companions are travelling. Companion travel is restricted based on vehicle capacity. All Companions must pay the prevailing fare with the exception of children under the age of five (5).