We offer reliable transportation for Mississippians with limited mobility options. Rideshare offers trips that promote rural to urban connectivity and allow citizens to stay connected to the people and places that are most important.
Call 662-846-6161 or 601-981-5447 for details.
Rides to the Grocery Store
Stop & Shop #2 - 101 East Avenue North, Hollandale, MS, 38748
Tuesday & Saturday Service Runs 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
All Ride Share submissions received after 12:00 PM Noon on Friday will be considered reservations for the following week.
Food Pantry Delivery Pick up Locations Delivery for the Month of October 2nd & 4th Tuesday Participants not present when delivery arrives must pick up from designated representative in each location. HDAT will not be responsible for any delivery not picked up from designated representative.
"Our church utilizes the bus system so we can take field trips and explore the community, if the public transit system wasn't available we would have to stay at Saint Luke"
Dir. of St. Luke's After School & Summer Program
"Excellent program because it helps the people of Hollandale to have more healthier foods in their homes and not have to travel thirty miles to receive them."
"Transportation is important to me for school because I recently received my "AA" in culinary arts, if it wasn't for the public transit system getting me back and forth I wouldn't have my degree"
"I got to daycare every day and they didn’t have transportation to so they got with the public transit agency and they pick me up every day it was good for me because I needed so that I could get out more”
"The program helps a lot of people because I have to pay for everything I get, I don’t get food stamps , thanks for the programs and the people who thought enough of Hollandale to bring it here"
I was so happy to have a ride with BCCOA Transportation to go and get free food for my family. I never miss our time to pick up. Riding the bus is a treat on its own. Sometimes we start talking about what’s going on in the community, and before you know it we are back home.
Taking the bus increases your chances of arriving at your destination safely. Studies report that riding the bus is safer than driving or riding in a car. Due to the size of a transit bus, it is one of the safest vehicles on the road.
Sit back and relax! Read a book, listen to music, or talk to other passengers and leave the driving to someone else! You’ll have less stress, which will decrease your risk for future health problems.
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