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 Span Transit at Walk to End Alzheimer’s Event

Span, Inc. was invited to participate as the in-kind transportation provider at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Grandscape event in The Colony. 

Our role was to assist with the initial placement of volunteers and to be available to transport anyone who felt as though they could not complete the course in its entirety.

We met lots of new friends, and had a lot of fun! This was an excellent opportunity for us to engage in the Denton County community as well as gain exposure for Span Transit.

About Alzheimer’s: Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. (Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia.” Alzheimer’s Association,  Accessed October 13th, 2017. www.alz.org/alzheimers_disease_what_is_alzheimers.asp.)

Part-time Drivers Wanted

Do you like to drive, meet new people and help others? Being a part-time driver for Span Transit Denton County just might be the job for you! Being a driver for us can be a very rewarding experience for both our employees and our passengers alike.

So how does it all work? Our drivers work in coordination with our dispatch team to transport passengers over specified routes to local, and sometimes distant locations according to a specified time schedule.

Do you have more questions or want to look at an application? Please click here.

 

Website Update: New tab for Policies and Procedures

Span Transit has been working hard trying to come up with ways to make their website more user friendly. The first change to roll-out is a new tab/page dedicated to policies and procedures. No longer do users have to dig  around on the site to understand how things work for their particular location.

Now a user can click on the Policies and Procedures tab, which takes them to a page that separates the policies and procedures into city and county, easily identifiable by the corresponding graphic associated with each link. 

Clicking the link opens the policies and procedures, and if you click on the graphic, it takes you to the county or city webpage. 

If your worried you might forget what to click, their is nothing to fear! At the top of the page they have conveniently included simple instructions to help you navigate the page – just in case you need it.

There will be more changes on the horizon, so check back in again soon to see what else we have done. In the meantime, feel free to check out our new page!