Mobility Management of South Central New York

   The Milepost

The sixth edition of The Milepost, MMSCNY's monthly newsletter is now available. Click here to check it out

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Rural Health Network and Mobility Management of South Central New York (MMSCNY) have issued a Request for Proposals for a MMSCNY website with trip planning functions.

Please go to the News and Notes page for additional details and a link to the full RFP.                                 


Head over to our News and Notes page to see AmeriCorps member Kayla Jack's article about being a volunteer and what it's been like to serve with MMSCNY.

MMSCNY has announced its Advisory Committee meeting schedule for 2017.  For details, check out the
News and Notes page.

Remember, the GetThere Call Center is now staffed from 7:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. every weekday! 

Call any time to have your transportation needs addressed by trained MMSCNY staff member! For more information about the GetThere Call Center, read the project description below.

For transportation assistance, call MMSCNY's 
GetThere Call Center Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  The call center \
It provides FREE trip planning, transportation education, and referral services to people throughout the region and beyond.  GetThere is staffed by Mobility and Transportation Advocates who are well-versed in the area's transportation options and eager to assist anyone with travel needs or questions.

Call us: 1-855-373-4040

Connection to Care

MMSCNY recognizes the difficulties that many of South Central New York's rural residents face everyday getting to medical appointments.  With that in mind, it has undertaken a new initiative, dubbed Connection to Care, or CTC, to help solve the problem.  Read more about the new project on our News and Notes page!  


MMSCNY is an ongoing collaboration between the Rural Health Network and a host of partner organizations in Broome, Tioga, Chenango, Otsego, and Delaware counties.  Together, they seek to improve transportation access and coordination in South Central New York, with particular regard to the area's rural communities. Don't forget to like us on Facebook!


New Materials!

For more information on our program, take a look at our brochure.  If you would like copies of the brochure to distribute, please contact us at mmscny (at) rhnscny (dot) org.  Thanks!

Mobility Management in the News!

We have been featured in several recent press articles. Read more here: