ADA driver helps passenger​ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act. Lee County Transit's ADA paratransit service, called Passport, is offered in strict accordance with the ADA Act of 1990.

Passport is a shared ride, advanced reservation, origin-to-destination service for persons with disabilities who are unable to use the regular fixed route public transit service because of their disability. Passport is designed to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act service criteria established by the federal government.

Service Rules

Service is provided only to individuals found eligible, and is operated by LeeTran under the following ADA guidelines:

  • Service is only provided in areas where LeeTran fixed route buses operate. Passport vehicles can only make pick-ups and drop-offs at places that are within three-quarters of a mile of a LeeTran bus route.
     
  • Service is provided only during the hours and days when fixed route service in that area operates.
     
  • Rides must be reserved at least one day (or up to two weeks) in advance.
     
  • Passport fares are twice the cost of a full fare on a fixed route bus.
     
  • Service is provided for all types of trips.

How to Apply

For additional information and to begin the application process, please call the LeeTran Passport Office at 239-533-0300 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.