To support the MUST (Maryland Upper Shore Transit) program the Mid-Shore Regional Council (MSRC) is applying to the Maryland Transit Administration for a FY2015 Statewide Coordination and Technical Assistance Grant. Please contact the MUST Coordinator John General for information.
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-330-6878 (office phone)
MUST is a collaborative public transportation effort between Delmarva Community Transit and Queen Anne’s County, County Ride providing fixed route and deviated fixed route services to the general public throughout Maryland’s Mid-and-Upper Eastern Shore. Special services are available for persons with disabilities or who are unable to use the regional fixed routes. Contact your local transportation provider for trip availability. Numbers are listed below.
Delmarva Community Transit
410-221-1910 Dorchester County
410-479-3867 Caroline County
410-778-5187 Kent County
410-822-4155 Talbot County
1-866-645-7111 Travel Training Information
Queen Anne’s County, County Ride
MTA Commuter Bus
MD Relay #711
ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act): Queen Anne’s County, County Ride and Delmarva Community Transit provide deviated fixed route and fixed route bus services throughout the Mid-and-Upper Eastern Shore area. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), all vehicles providing these services are wheelchair accessible, accept standard size wheelchairs and our drivers are trained to help with special needs. In addition, complementary curb-to-curb ADA services are available to certified individuals with disabilities and disabled visitors who are not served by or who cannot use existing fixed or deviated route bus services. To be certified and/or scheduled for an ADA complimentary trip, please call Delmarva Community Transit at Dorchester/Cambridge 410-221- 1910, Talbot/Easton 410-822-4155 or Queen Anne’s County, County Ride 410-758-2357. You may call to schedule an ADA trip or be certified during hours of service (as stated above) for service the next business day. Disabled residents and visitors who do not have a certified ADA card may use this service for up to 21 days without obtaining certification.