Esmeralda Senior Transportation
Senior Transportation Schedules*
|Goldfield to Tonopah||Tuesday and Thursday||9 AM / 10 AM to 2 PM|
|Silver Peak to Tonopah||1st and 3rd Wednesday||10 AM to 2 PM|
|Fish Lake Valley to Tonopah||Tuesday||9 AM to 4 PM|
|Fish Lake Valley to Bishop||Thursday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|LDMT (Long Distance Medical Transport)||Call for Details|
To schedule a ride please contact:
|Admin Clerk||Natalie Colunga||775-485-3406|
|Fish Lake Valley||Ana Chaparra||775-482-4667|
*All Trips are subject to change
Please make sure you have called to insure the drivers know who is riding.
The suggested donation for eligible participants is as follows and is subject to change as established by the Commissioners:
|Goldfield to Tonopah||60 plus||$2.00||59 and under||$3.00|
|Silver Peak to Tonopah||60 plus||$3.00||59 and under||$5.00|
|Fish Lake Valley to Tonopah||60 plus||$5.00||59 and under||$8.00|
|Fish Lake Valley to Bishop||60 plus||$5.00||59 and under||$8.00|
|LDMT (Long Distance Medical Transport)||60 plus||$20.00||59 and under||$40.00|
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