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Dignified transportation for seniors

ITNLanier Pickleball Classic a great success!

The 1st Annual Pickleball Classic was held on April 23 & 24th at the Nopone Road Community Center as a benefit event for ITNLanier. Funds raised will help keep ITNLanier ride costs down as the service continues to help Hall County Seniors and the Visually Impaired get out and about when they can no longer drive Read more about ITNLanier Pickleball Classic a great success![…]

Fureai Kippu: The Japanese Heart of ITN Volunteer Credits

As a volunteer, every ride you give earns credits. These special units of ITN currency you can bank for your own future transportation needs, give to friends or family member to ensure they can get where they need to go, or donate to your community to ensure everyone in your home town has access to Read more about Fureai Kippu: The Japanese Heart of ITN Volunteer Credits[…]

U.S. Senate Honors ITN!

This month the ITN nationwide network will give its ONE MILLIONTH RIDE, and this accomplishment has not gone unnoticed: U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King visited this week to help us celebrate! Westbrook, ME – At an event at Independent Transportation Network of America’s (ITNAmerica) headquarters today celebrating the organization’s one millionth ride for seniors, U.S. Read more about U.S. Senate Honors ITN![…]

In the News Again

This spring the ITNAmerica nationwide network is poised to hit 1 million rides. This is a tremendous milestone, the result of years of dedicated work. A number of this magnitude is bound to attract notice, and this past week Maine’s Bangor Daily News wrote an editorial about our work: “The US Census Bureau projects that in 2020, residents Read more about In the News Again[…]