*Need to find a ride to your shot?
1) Review the Transit System Map below to find your local transit providers;
2) Call or visit the website of your transit system to find information on avaliable transportation in your area.
NCDOT-IMD, in collaboration with NCDHHS, are currently collaborating on a plan to assist local transit agencies in providing rides to COVID-19 vaccinations.
On December 29th, 2020 the FTA posted a new Frequently Asked Question (CE18) regarding eligibility of transportation services to COVID-19 vaccination sites on its website that covers the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and ER funding requirements. Key to the new guidance is the following statement:
CARES Act and Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 Funds
CARES Act and Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 funding may be used to cover operating expenses for any public transportation service to COVID-19 vaccination sites at a 100-percent federal share.
As the effort to help provide transportation to vaccine sites gets underway, tracking the amounts of trips, miles traveled, riders taken to vaccine sites and amount of DHHS CARES money used to complete this effort could not be more important. We have created a data entry tool that will allow you to submit both your data and your DHHS claim documentation together or separately.
You will need to make your entries on a weekly basis for period ranging from Saturday through the next Friday. However, if you have not reported for a previous week, please do as soon as you can. The due dates for the weekly report are as follows:
- Data - submitted by Close of Business every Tuesday.
- DHHS Claims - turn in your DHHS claims as soon as you can.
Select the Entry Survey link here: Vaccine Transportation Weekly Progress Report & Claims Submission
Through 02/28/2022, we have 2,557 report entries from 85 (88%) separate transit systems.
|Total Miles Traveled for Transportation to Vaccines||Total Trips made for Transportation to Vaccines||Total Riders Transported to Vaccine Sites||Total Operating Hours spent on Transportation to Vaccines|
Emergency Technology Procurement for Vaccine Transportation Webinar
On Thursday February 19th, we held a webinar that was a summary of proposals submitted in response to an emergency transportation technology RFI and next steps for interested transit agencies. You can view the webinar at the link below. If you have any questions, please contact our Procurement Specialist Chris Dodson at 919-707-4696 or firstname.lastname@example.org