Wheelchair-Accessible Vehicles (Wav)

WAV connects riders in wheelchairs with licensed paratransit drivers and curb-to-curb service in vehicles that are equipped with ramps or lifts. WAVs are strictly for riders in wheelchairs and their companions.

VEHICLE OPTIONS

WAV  WAV
Typical Vehicle Type Dodge Grand Caravan,
Honda Odyssey,
Ford Transit Connect
Number of Docking Locations for a Rider in a Wheelchair 1
Number of Ambulatory Rider Seats 3
Total Number of Riders 4
Ramp or Lift Capacity 450 lbs
Ramp or Lift Usable Width 29+ inches
Entrance Height 54+ inches
Rates Comparable to Black Car * $7 base, $12 minimum
2WAV  2WAV
Typical Vehicle Type Ford E-150/250,
Mercedes Sprinter
Number of Docking Locations for a Rider in a Wheelchair 2
Number of Ambulatory Rider Seats 2
Total Number of Riders 4
Ramp or Lift Capacity 600 lbs
Ramp or Lift Usable Width 29+ inches
Entrance Height 57+ inches
Rates Comparable to Black Car * $7 base, $12 minimum
2WAV PLUS  2WAV PLUS
Typical Vehicle Type Ford E-250-Extended,
Ford E-450 Minibus
Number of Docking Locations for a Rider in a Wheelchair 2
Number of Ambulatory Rider Seats 3
Total Number of Riders 6
Ramp or Lift Capacity 600 lbs
Ramp or Lift Usable Width 29+ inches
Entrance Height 57+ inches
Rates Comparable to SUV * $14 base, $25 minimum

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