Mobility Management

Mission Statement

Mobility Management builds a customer-centered approach toward our Knox County residents, focusing on older adults, individuals with disabilities, and low income residents. Our transportation plan includes private operators, public transit, cycling, walking, volunteer drivers, and other modes of transit. Mobility Management works together to deliver the transit options that best meet the Knox County community’s needs.

Community Resources

Transportation Services

The Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Program provides transport for Medicaid-eligible consumers to medical appointments covered by Ohio Medicaid. View eligibility requirements, the difference between gas vouchers and Knox Area Transit, and how to secure a ride with KAT.

E&D application, maps, on-demand, and shuttle routes.

Connecting Ohio's rural communities to urban centers and beyond. Buy tickets, find schedules, see areas served, track your bus, and view ticket prices.

Apple Lane Transportation

Non-Emergency Medical Transport

Type of Vehicles:
Wheelchair vans, regular vans and cars
Medical transportation only. Doctors appointments, transfer to nursing homes, transport to other hospitals, and admits.
Service Area:
All of Ohio
$35 standard fee wheelchair for all and $1.50 per mile / Bill Medicaid if ambulatory live at home
Notification Time for Service:
48 to 72 hours
Check, credit card, or cash
Other Information:
No vouchers, no cameras


Darlene Dale
Phone: (419) 522-9904 / 1 (800) 286-6682


RSVP is America's largest volunteer network for people 55 and older. Learn how to apply your skills to volunteer opportunities and services, and see what areas might be right for you.

Additional Resources

New Hope Industries, Inc. helps persons with disabilities experience a dynamic life of their choice and a future of their dreams. See a calendar of events, employment options, and links to other developmental disabilities sites throughout Ohio.

Dedicated to helping Knox County veterans get the services, benefits, and quality of life they deserve, KCVS cares for local veterans, spouses, and dependents. Check out eligibility for services, read newsletters, meet the staff, and see a calendar of events.

Interchurch Social Services is a Christian faith-based ministry, uniting community resources to meet the needs of those in crisis. View programs offered, how to volunteer, and how to support interchurch.

The Knox County Health Department follows 3 simple rules: Prevent, Promote, and Protect. See hours of operation, what you need to get birth or death records, and what services the Health Center offers.

Mobility Management

11660 Upper Gilchrist Road
Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Mobility Manager

Joseph Porter
Phone: (740) 485-5002

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