The Lake County Coordinated Transportation Services Committee (LCCTSC) is a broad-based coalition of government officials, service providers and advocacy groups concerned with the provision of transportation in and around Lake County.
The mission of the LCCTSC is to facilitate the implementation of coordinated, efficient, reliable and affordable public transportation throughout Lake County, with particular reference to paratransit, that will serve the needs of persons with disabilities or medical challenges, the elderly, low income residents and those in need of transportation for access to employment.
The LCCTSC strives to impact the overall direction of transportation services in Lake County, including fostering coordination and improving transit and transportation services for seniors and persons with medical needs or disabilities, persons with work transportation needs, and the low income population.
Furthermore, LCCTSC aims to help transportation providers identify needs, eliminate duplication of services, find solutions and redistribute funds in order to better serve the needs of the community at large, as well as to provide central access to information and options that are coordinated, affordable and borderless within Lake County.
All RideLakeCounty services operate 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 by contacting Pace’s Quality Assurance representatives at 847-364-7223, your local township office or municipality, or the Lake County Division of Transportation at 847-377-7400.