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Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority


Provides fixed route and paratransit service to a service area of more than 200 square miles with a demand population base of nearly 400,000. The service area includes Birmingham, Bessemer, Fairfield, Homewood, Mountain Brook, Hoover, and Vestavia Hills.


1801 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Alabama 35203

Buzz-A-BusHelps you maintain your independence by providing rides within a 5-mile radius of the Collat Jewish Family Services office on Montclair Road. The Buzz-A-Bus 14-person passenger van is equipped with one wheelchair lift and is available to individuals who are 60+ and/or disabled. You must be enrolled prior to making reservations or riding the bus.


3940 Montclair Road, Suite 205
Birmingham, Alabama 35213

ClasTranProvides rides for elderly (60 +) and disabled residents of Jefferson and Shelby County that reside outside of the MAX VIP Service Area. 

(205) 325-8787

Fax: (205) 325-8788

2100 16th Avenue South, Suite 55, Birmingham, AL 35205

Commute SmartReduces traffic congestion and improve air quality by decreasing the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the road. We encourage individuals to take an alternative commute to work. We define an alternative commute as walking, biking, taking the bus, carpooling to work, and working from home (teleworking). They serve four communities in the state of Alabama including Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, and Mobile.


2 20th Street North, Suite 1200 Birmingham, AL 35203

Medical Transport of AlabamaServes Alabama 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and works closely with Medicaid and multiple insurance companies.  Private pay is accepted, and customer companions are invited to ride with their loved ones at no charge.

888-599-2050 F

Fax: 205-744-3829

5600 Shirley Park Drive

Bessemer, Alabama 35022

Helping Hands TransportationProvides a safe environment for children to get to and from school or for other individuals including those with a disability to attend doctor’s appointments. They also provide transportation for daycares, non-profits, and youth sports.

(407) 777-1185

Kids One TransportTransports children and expectant mothers, with limited or no transportation, to medical care. Their vision is to provide care for children in Alabama so that they can live healthy and full lives.



Fax: 205-978-1019

3003 2nd Ave South

Birmingham, AL 35233

Rides in SightWill help you find transportation options in your local area.  The focus is on seniors and people with visual impairments. Has been gracious to help locate transportation for those with other disabilities.


90 Bridge St, Suite 210

Westbrook, ME 04092