$1.2M federal grant will help Midstaters get to medical appointments

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – PennDOT says a $1.2 million federal grant will be used to fund a pilot program that will help people in Adams, Franklin and York counties get to their medical appointments.

Gov. Tom Wolf and PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards said PennDOT will seek a vendor to develop software that will connect medical appointments made at Keystone Health and Family First Health with the FindMyRidePA system.

Rabbitransit of York helped pilot FindMyRidePA and oversees transit in the new area.

FindMyRidePA is now available in Adams, Cumberland, Cambria, Dauphin, Franklin, Lebanon and York counties.

Riders can access the system at FindMyRidePA.com.

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