Mobility and Access Priority Group

Borne out of the need to provide transportation to seniors living in both rural and urban portions of Larimer County, the Mobility & Access Priority Group (MAPG – formerly known as the Senior Transportation Coalition/STC) met on the 1st Thursday of even months in a mix of virtual and in-person events. View meeting materials for previous meeting materials.

Due to the overlap in mission and membership with the Larimer County Mobility Committee (LCMC), the Mobility & Access Priority Group voted to merge with the LCMC beginning in 2023 at its December 2022 meeting.

MAPG focused predominantly on outreach and education of existing services to older adults living throughout Larimer County. MAPG has led a regional Bustang Travel Training, promotes the NFRMPO Rider’s Guide, and acts as a forum for discussion of issues facing older adults and mobility.

MAPG has acted as the Steering Committee for the Larimer County Rural Senior Transportation Needs Report. In this capacity, the MAPG provided feedback to the County, participated in the RFP process, and will help implement the strategies and goals outlined in the Needs Report. The Needs Report was presented to the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) in summer 2017.

For more information, please contact Cory Schmitt at (970) 999-0072 or

For more information on getting involved with the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities of Larimer County (PAFC), please reach out to Lorye McLeod at