Congratulations to Access driver Ed Philpott

1st place winner of the Indiana Transportation Roadeo Competition.

Good luck in St Paul, MN on June 8 2014 at the CTAA National Community Transportation Roadeo.

Thieves target Access buses.

Dedicated Transit Funding

Do you want to see more transit options in the places where you live, work and play?
You’re not alone. The demand for public transportation in Indiana is increasing; unfortunately, traditional transit funding sources are failing to meet today’s demand or support a more transit-ready future. By signing this petition, you tell lawmakers that you want communities to have the opportunity to choose to fund transit initiatives. Specifically, you’ll be saying that you want the 2012 Indiana General Assembly to authorize voter referenda that would allow communities to create dedicated and adequate funding for transit design, construction, operation and maintenance.

Support Dedicated Funding for Indiana

Our Mission

The purpose of the Johnson County Transportation Access Committee is to determine, plan for, implement, maintain and evaluate the necessary resources for the transportation needs of all Johnson County residents, with emphasis on elderly, disabled, low income and other mobility disadvantaged citizens.

ACCESS is a subsidiary of Gateway Services, “serving Johnson County since 1963″

ACCESS is a transportation service for citizens in Johnson County. All of our vehicles are wheel chair accessible. ACCESS provides the reservations, scheduling and operation of this service. Drivers are thoroughly trained in safety and passenger assistance.

The transportation Access Committee, a group of local volunteers, assists with financial planning and policies regarding the operation of ACCESS. All meetings are open to the public. If you would like to attend please contact ACCESS at 317-738-5523 for further information.

Contact us at:
3500 North Morton Street.
P.O. Box 216
Franklin, IN 46131
Rebecca Allen