Effective July 1, 2017 The bus fare for seniors on the shared-ride buses, age 65+, increases from $.25 per trip to $.50 per trip.
TAWC is now accepting applications for the Persons with
Disabilities (PwD) Program. The PwD Program is available
for qualified persons living outside the fixed-route system
with a disability defined by the Americans with Disabilities
Act. To better serve people with disabilities living in
rural areas, TAWC is providing discounted shared-ride services
for eligible residents in all of Warren County. Please contact
TAWC for more information at (814) 723-1874.
Fixed-Route buses are equipped with bike racks. The
passenger will be responsible to load their bikes on the
rack. The passengers must visit the TAWC office to get certified
to load their bikes. A certificate will be provided to all
passengers after they have completed the 10 minute training
on the bike rack.
Allegheny Community Center
TAWC has taken on a tenant for the second floor of our
building. Experience Incorporated and TAWC have entered
into a long term lease. This space provides 15,000 square
feet of space as a multi use area for all Warren County
residents, both seniors and non seniors. Experience Incorporated
is the umbrella agency for the County Senior Centers. This
space is also available to all ages for a number of activities.
Activity and use questions should be made to the Allegheny
Community Center at (814) 723-1874. TAWC encourages persons
to use our Fixed-Route and Shared-Ride bus services to attend
this new Allegheny Community Center.