Mobility Management Program

What is Mobility Management?

Our office works to educate the community on the private and public transportation available to them.

Goals & Strategies for Improving Transportation in Ross County

  • Develop and implement an Active Transportation Plan for High Need Areas
  • Increase Funding for Capital Needs
  • Coordination of Efforts of Services
  • Continuation of Ross County Mobility Management Program
  • Expansion of transportation services throughout the county
  • Implementation of Inter-city Transportation System
  • Increased availability of accessible transportation services throughout Ross County
  • Increased capacity of current transportation providers
  • Expansion of service hours

Read the full 2020-2023 Ross County Coordinated Plan

Title VI Complaint Procedure

All complaints of discrimination on the basis of disability will be promptly and objectively investigated and forwarded to the Health Commissioner and promptly and objectively investigated. Complaints are also to be submitted to the ODOT Civil Rights Office.

Ross County Mobility Management will promptly communicate its response to the complaint allegations, including its reasons for the response, to the complainant. The response will be documented. Corrective or disciplinary action will be taken for behavior prohibited by this policy, up to and including termination of employment.

Documentation of each complaint will be kept on file for a minimum of one year, and a summary of all complaints will be kept for at least five years. This meets DOT regulations that require FTA grantees to maintain all complaints of noncompliance with 49 CFR Part 27 for one year, and a record of all such complaints, which is permitted to be in summary form, for five years.

Contact Our Mobility Manager

  • Andy Platt
  • 150 E Second Street, Chillicothe, OH 45601
  • (740) 779-9652 ext. 2250