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Veterans Ride Connect 

Working Together to Better Serve Veterans

by Providing Transportation Resources


Veterans Ride Connect is a cooperative agency of transit providers working

together to get veterans where they need to go.


Serving more than 29 counties in eastern Oklahoma, Veterans Ride Connect does its best

to get these deserving men and women to and from their destinations.

Medical trips are the priority. And, we’re only a call away.


Veterans Ride Connect has established a one-call/one-click system that links

its transit providers, so veterans with transportation needs anywhere in the

service area only have to make one call.


That’s right. One call to the Veterans Ride Connect Mobility Management Center at (855) 735-4826

is all it takes to schedule a ride.


Meet Some Of Our Veterans


Jim Murphy, U.S. Marine Corps

“As a disabled American vet, public transportation means a LOT! I can’t always get a family member to be available. I appreciate it!” Jim Murphy served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1979 to 1982

Frank Riddle, U.S. Army

“As a driver, I’m so glad this program is coming into place because I know the vets need it and it will be very helpful to them.” Frank Riddle served in the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1971

Louis Brown, Vietnam War

"So many of us don’t have family or friends to take us, and our incomes are fixed so any added expense is a hardship. Affordable, reliable transportation would benefit veterans across the state.”

Joe Saunders, U.S. Army

“I really enjoy riding the bus two or three times a week. Without them, what would we do?” Joe Saunders served in the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1974




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