TRAM was established in September 1985 as a demand response transit system for rural residents of Madison County. Riders are requested to make arrangements for transportation at least 24 hours in advance. Vouchers are purchased from drivers as the riders board the vans. Arrangements may also be made for billing organizations such as school systems, for whom TRAM provides a valuable service for handicapped students.
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WHAT IS TRAM?
TRAM is a door-to-door transportation system located in Madison County, Indiana. TRAM hours are 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The service can be used by anyone who is a legal resident of Madison County. Some TRAM vehicles are lift equipped to aid mobility-impaired riders.
A PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
SCHEDULE A RIDE
SCHEDULE A TRIP
HOW DO I SCHEDULE A TRIP?
When you know where you want to go, call (855) 743.3843. A dispatcher will answer and assist you in scheduling the trip. If you have special needs, please inform the dispatcher at the time of scheduling. If you need to cancel a trip, please call well in advance to help us avoid costly delays. Purchase your ticket from the driver when you are picked up.
HOW CAN TRAM BE USED?
TRAM can be used for almost any purpose, as long as it is both safe and legal. TRAM trips are restricted to Madison County, and either the origin or destination of the trip must be outside the urbanized area of Anderson. Some suggested uses include doctors appointments, shopping, group trips, work, school, and picnics.