The City of Cleveland became “age-friendly” in 2014. This recognizes the city’s efforts to have services and features older adults need to thrive here, safely and independently. Enrique Correa from Cleveland’s TV20 public access channel visited STC to learn more about what we do to make Cleveland a better place for its older residents. Watch our segment here.
The News-Herald Community fundraiser: Lyndhurst Mayor Cicero to be honored at STC event Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Senior Transportation Connection (STC) will celebrate its 10th anniversary of providing transportation to older adults in Cuyahoga County on Oct. 15 with its first gala dinner. The event honors retiring Lyndhurst Mayor Joe Cicero, a founding STC board member […]
So what’s Senior Transportation about? We provide transport to adults 60 and older. We serve Cleveland, 26 suburbs and a number of nonprofits. We’re doing 500 trips a day on average and about 7,000 riders in the year. Older adults need to get around. Oftentimes, they don’t have children nearby or, like my parents, they […]
A prime highlight of the Senior Transportation Connection (STC) tenth anniversary year occurred Oct. 6, when Daniel Biada became STC’ one millionth passenger – and it was his very first ride with STC! Mr. Biada lives in North Olmsted, which has partnered with the not-for-profit organization since 2009. ‘This is an especially meaningful milestone, as […]