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Feonix serves communities launching programs across the United States. Today we currently support operations in Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin.


Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor)

Feonix powers the AARP [email protected]+ Program, which provides individuals with the ability to source, plan, book, and pay for their ground transportation options all in one easy call to our call center or with a couple of clicks in a mobile app or online web platform. It also allows organizations, such as clinics or homeless shelters, to book rides on behalf of individuals they serve.

Sponsored By: AARP Driver Safety and Toyota North America

Kent County (Grand Rapids)

West Michigan Veterans Coalition

Feonix partners with the West Michigan Veterans Coalition, Hope Network, and Disability Advocates of Kent County to fill transportation gaps for Veterans, their immediate family, and their caregivers and make it easier for them to access medical care, food, employment, etc. We do this through our volunteer driver program with back-up support and wheelchair accessible transportation through Hope Network.

Sponsored By: West Michigan Veterans Coalition

Wayne County (Detroit)


Feonix is leading a project team consisting of Metro Strategies, Menlo Innovations, Michigan State University, and the University of Michigan in an examination of the transportation gaps that create challenges in accessing healthcare, jobs, and healthy food. The information we obtain is being used to develop 5 tactical goals to address the transportation challenges and a roadmap on how to reach those goals.

Sponsored By: City of Detroit Office of Mobility Innovation and US DOT Federal Transit Administration

Southeast Michigan

Michigan Ride Paratransit

In a regional initiative to enhance paratransit access for passengers in southeast Michigan, Feonix worked with technology partner, Skedgo, to build an app that allows for coordinated ride booking among 3 regional paratransit providers, Detroit Department of Transportation, Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority, and SMART Bus. The app was specifically designed with enhanced accessibility in mind, including screen-reader optimization and large-font text compatibility. With support from Menlo Innovations, special consideration for the user experience was a main focus in this technology build and deployment. 

Sponsored By: Michigan Department of Transportation and Southeast Michigan Regional Transit Authority


Washington County

Healthy Destination Access

This food box delivery program in Washington County, MS is a collaboration with Bolivar County Council on Aging, Inc. The goal of this program is to get individuals access to healthy fruits and vegetables and to deliver food boxes to families in order to expand their options beyond food available at gas stations, which is where many residents bought all of their groceries before this program.

Sponsored By: Rural Transit Assistance Program and Bolivar County Commission on Aging



N4 Connect

In our first state-wide initiative, Feonix is working with project partners to ease the challenges riders experience with trip planning and booking by creating a single app and online platform that connects rural transit providers, volunteer drivers, and human service providers to schedule, cancel, and pay for rides across Nevada. The project also involves the creation of a “mobility wallet”, providing individuals and organizations the ability to put funds on an account for a rider to use across multiple transit services.

Sponsored By: Neighbor Network of Northern Nevada, Nevada Department of Transportation, Nevada Statewide Independent Living Council, and Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division

South Carolina

Richland & Lexington County

FTA iCAM & Access to Care

Working with The COMET, the public transit in the Columbia, SC metro area, Feonix created a shuttle service to connect individuals to the fixed-route public transit system in an effort to increase access to medical care. In addition, the shuttle service provides door-to-door transportation for those that need additional assistance and for whom public transportation may not be the right fit, such as individuals with compromised immune systems. As the FTA grant expired, the program was deemed so successful by community partners that the local Council of Governments awarded The COMET and Feonix the funding to continue to run the program.

Sponsored By: The COMET Public Transit and US DOT Federal Transit Administration


Bexar County (San Antonio)

Volunteer Access to Care

Feonix partnered with the WellMed Foundation and Comfort Care to launch an innovative volunteer driver program where health plan members assist in recruiting their own volunteer to drive them to health-related appointments. This program is being piloted in Bexar County (San Antonio), Texas. Each volunteer driver will become part of the Feonix Volunteer Force and receive onboarding and training as any other volunteer, but their main mission is to help fill the transportation gap for WellMed members that have unusually high transportation needs, such as patients receiving dialysis or cancer treatment.

Sponsored By: WellMed Foundation & Comfort Care

Dallas County (Dallas)

Feonix powers the AARP [email protected]+ Program, which provides individuals with the ability to source, plan, book, and pay for their ground transportation options in one easy call to our call center or with a couple of clicks in a mobile app or online web platform. It also allows organizations, such as clinics or food pantries, to book rides on behalf of individuals they serve.

Sponsored By: AARP Driver Safety and Toyota North America

Coastal Bend (11 Surrounding Counties near Corpus Christi)

Coastal Bend Connect – Enhancement of Coordination of Care and Mobility for Rural Communities Opioid Response Program – Psychostimulant Support

Together, the Coastal Plains Community Center (CPCC), Community Action Corporation of South Texas (CACOST), United Connections Counseling (UCC), and Feonix-Mobility Rising (FMR) have teamed up to enhance SUD/OUD services in the rural counties in the Coastal Plains, as well as break down barriers in connectivity between referral of services and the wheels to get there. In addition, as part of this proposal, faculty and experts in mobility, rural health, and substance use disorders from the Texas A&M University School of Public Health, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, and Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University will meet quarterly with practitioners to share insights, ideas, and lessons learned in the field from across the United States in enhancing services and expanding access to SUD/OUD resources.

Sponsored By: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration


Waupaca County

Waupaca County Catch-a-Ride

Transportation insecurity is a significant issue for employee retention in rural Wisconsin, and it has been magnified by the COVID-19 pandemic and rising costs of vehicles and fuel. This program, created and maintained in partnership with the Waupaca County Economic Development Corporation, Lutheran Social Services, and several large employers in Waupaca County, assists individuals with employment-related transportation by coordinating existing transportation options and establishing a new service with an electrified fleet of vehicles, with paid drivers managed by Feonix, and the infrastructure to support them.

Sponsored By: Waupaca County Economic Development Corporation and Wisconsin State Department of Workforce Development

Winnebago County

Winnebago Catch A Ride

Through the collaboration of a small working group of individuals from rural transit, economic development, local government, healthcare, and nonprofit organizations, Feonix leads the team in finding supportive technology solutions to enhance rural transportation programs and in increasing access to employment and medical care in Winnebago County through our volunteer driver program, part of Feonix’s Volunteer Force.

Sponsored By: Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation, Oshkosh Area United Way, Inc., Wisconsin Department of Transportation