Dial-a-Ride provides a van to take seniors and disabled individuals to and from Wilton destinations for $2 per round trip weekdays from 9:15 to 3:45. A second van makes selected stops in Norwalk for any purpose on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:15 to 3:45, for $4 per round trip. Seniors are asked to schedule rides 24 hours or more in advance by calling 203-834-6235, ext. 1. Rides book up quickly.

FISH, an all-volunteer organization, provides free transportation for Wilton seniors to and from local medical appointments on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Call 203-834-3737 at least two days in advance to schedule a ride.

Administered by Norwalk Transit, Town-to-Town serves seniors and people with disabilities. It offers door-to-door service to Wiltonians who wish to travel between towns in the southwest Connecticut region. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. There are no trips on Sundays or major holidays. Riders must complete an ADA Eligibility Certification Request form before using the service. For fare and eligibility information, and to make a reservation, call 203-299-5180 (voice) 203-299-5183 (TDD). For details, check online at norwalktransit.com.

The American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program provides free door-to-door transportation to cancer patients for medically related cancer care in the area. Call 1-800-889-3340 and press 3.

The ALS Association offers door-to-door free transportation to medical appointments for ALS patients who use a wheelchair. Call 1-877-257-2281.