The Northwest Demonstration Project (NW Demo) provides curb-to-curb dial-a-ride transportation services to residents of Antioch, Avon, Fremont, Grant, Lake Villa and Wauconda townships, the Gurnee Mills commercial area, Greenleaf Avenue medical offices, the downtown Mundelein area and Advocate Condell Hospital in Libertyville.
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About the Northwest Demonstration Project
Developed by the Lake County Coordinated Services Committee (LCCTSC), the project began in January 2010 providing curb-to-curb dial-a-ride transportation services to the four northwestern most townships of Lake County: Antioch, Avon, Grant and Lake Villa. In September 2012, the service was expanded to include Fremont and Wauconda townships, the Gurnee Mills commercial area, Greenleaf Avenue medical offices, the downtown Mundelein area and Advocate Condell Hospital in Libertyville.
The service is sponsored by the six participating townships along with assistance from the LCCSTC, Lake County and Pace Suburban Bus. The project is funded in part by grants from the Regional Transportation Authority with matching funds from Lake County and Pace.
The LCCTSC Northwest Demonstration Project operates without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the NW Demonstration Service by contacting your local township office. Read LCCTSC Northwest Demo Title VI program document