The Birmingham City Council is considering an ordinance that would allow Transportation Network Companies (including Uber) to operate in the City. You can find the draft ordinance by clicking here: Transportation and Communications Code.
BJCTA (MAX)-MAX provides fixed route and demand response service (Paratransit) to various municipalities. The current service area is more than 200 square miles with a demand population base of nearly 400,000. The municipalities within the service area are Birmingham, Bessemer, Fairfield, Homewood, Mountain Brook, Midfield, Tarrant, Center Point, Hoover, and Vestavia Hills. Passenger trips and service miles are approximately three million (3,000,000) each annually.
ClasTran provides subsidized transportation services for people who are 60+ traveling in Jefferson, Shelby & Walker Counties; people who are eligible for paratransit under the Americans with Disabilities Act; and people who reside in and travel to or from rural Jefferson or Shelby Counties. The Alabama
Medicaid Agency’s Non-Emergency Transportation program helps eligible recipients pay for rides to dental and doctor offices, hospitals and other medical facilities when the service is also covered by Medicaid. Recipients with special ride needs for dialysis, radiation or other treatments should contact the NET program at 1-800-362-1504.
Medical Transport of Alabama–Located in Alabama, Medical Transport of Alabama, (MTA) is privately owned and operated emergency medical transportation company.