Seabury Enhanced Mobility Program: An Alternative Transportation Option for Seniors and Persons With Disabilities

Seabury’s Enhanced Mobility Program supports older adults and people with disabilities in Washington, DC. Below, we answer a few common questions about the program. Want to learn more? Click here, call (202) 844-3000, or email EnhancedMobility@seaburyresources.org to learn more about Seabury Connector and our Enhanced Mobility Program (Language and translations services available; for telecommunications relay service, dial 711).

What is Seabury’s Enhanced Mobility Program?

Seabury’s Enhanced Mobility Program provides subsidized transportation funds for eligible residents of the District of Columbia through a  prepaid debit card.  Customers can use the card to pay for transportation-related expenses which include but are not limited to taxi services, select mobile transportation apps, private transportation providers, bike-share services, and intercity bus services.

Who can participate in the Enhanced Mobility Program?

Washington, DC residents aged 60+ and/or persons with disabilities aged 18-59.

What is required to get an Enhanced Mobility Card?

Submit the following documents as part of the Enhanced Mobility Program enrollment process:

–Complete the enrollment form.

–Sign the user agreement, which specifies the terms and conditions for the card.

–Provide a copy of documentation that proves D.C. residency.  Accepted documentation includes a Driver’s license or District Government Non-Driver’s ID card.

–You may request an enrollment form by contacting the Seabury Alternative Transportation Office. Click here, call (202) 844-3000, or email EnhancedMobility@seaburyresources.org to learn more about Seabury Connector and our Enhanced Mobility Program (Language and translations services available; for telecommunications relay service, dial 711).

 

 

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