Allstar Transportation Ready to Serve

Thousands of Metro Mobility riders are scrambling to find alternative ways to get around the Twin Cities, amid fears of […]

Thousands of Metro Mobility riders are scrambling to find alternative ways to get around the Twin Cities, amid fears of service cuts. Allstar Transportation wants them to know, we are ready to serve all their transportation needs.

Allstar has been providing special needs transportation across the entire seven-county metro area since 1998. Whether residents need a ride to a medical appointment, day treatment or work, Allstar can get them there seven days a week, 365 days a year. Allstar has transportation contracts with local government, nursing homes, DT&H programs, adult day programs and school districts.

“Many people don’t realize they may qualify for free rides through insurance,” says Allstar President Tony Carr. Allstar is a certified provider for MTM (MNET), MA Insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Partners, Medica, UCare), MSA, ADA and private pay rides.

Allstar has a full fleet of air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible vans that are STS and DOT certified. Our vehicles are equipped with GPS (Global Positioning System) technology, which creates a safer, more efficient operation and improves customer service.

Allstar drivers are drug free, have clean driving records and have received training in first aid, abuse prevention, and sensitivity. They assist passengers (wheelchair or ambulatory) door-to-door as required.

President Tony Carr has more than 18 years experience in the transportation business. He served as transportation director for Pride Ride, a subdivision of Merrick, Inc. Mr. Carr is a member of Washington County’s Mental Health Advisory Board and is the chairman of the Stillwater Human Rights Commission.

For more information contact Tony Carr at his office 651-439-4700 or on his cell 651-775-5600 or email him at tony@allstarrides.com.

To schedule a ride call Allstar Transportation at 651-439-4700.

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