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Via’s Hiring FlexRide Drivers

Drive with FlexRide

A photograph of an Access-a-Ride vehicle in a parking lot.FlexRide serves the important function of filling in transportation service gaps. Sometimes called the first-and-last-mile service, FlexRide takes people to and from the Regional Transportation District’s (RTD’s) fixed bus and rail routes. FlexRide can also take people from place to place where no other bus service exists.

Driving for FlexRide means interacting with a wide variety of people. All vehicles are accessible and have bike racks. Consider driving for FlexRide if you enjoy being social without the added responsibility of taking people with mobility limitations door-through-door.

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Serving Others

FlexRide driver Roz Wilson talks about the pleasure she gets from meeting all kinds of people on her route.

She emphasizes that the job is more than just driving–you need to care about serving others.

Curb-to-Curb Service

FlexRide driver Zen McCollum explains the purpose of FlexRide.

He says the best part of his job is getting to know his regular passengers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Isn’t FlexRide an RTD service?

One of the ways Via helps pay for our nonprofit mission services like Via Paratransit, is by providing transportation services by contract to the RTD and local municipalities. FlexRide is one of Via’s contracts with RTD. We operate and maintain RTD’s FlexRide vehicles for some of their routes.

How is this route different from Access-a-Ride?

This service is open to the public, not just people with disabilities.

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Starting July 1, the Mountain Rides shuttle will be available on Mondays, in addition to Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Starting July 1, the Mountain Rides shuttle will be available on Mondays.