The following are resources that provide public transportation programs and assist seniors with the cost of transportation. Information on classes to assist the mature driver with passing driver’s license renewal examinations is also provided. You may also want to check with your local county or township for additional resources.

Ride DuPage

Ride Assist Naperville

TEL: (331) 330-2257 EMAIL:

This initiative pairs seniors who need rides to and from their medical appointments with a volunteer driver to take them to the appointments, wait with them, and then drive them back home. Seniors (minimum age 60) must complete an application prior to requesting their first ride. Rides are by appointment only; a minimum of four business days advance notice is required. A $12 donation for each round-trip ride is requested. No money is given to the driver and no tipping is allowed; an invoice is sent the following month. All drivers are insured volunteers who use their own vehicles to provide transportation.

RTA Senior Reduced Fare Card

Winfield Township Senior Bus Service

TEL: (630) 231-3591

A service for Winfield Township residents, which covers a small portion of far north Naperville 

Illinois Benefit Access Program

The Seniors Free Transit Ride administered through this program as well as Secretary of State License Plate discount. Applications for this program must be submitted online. For in-person assistance with submitting an application, please visit your township office. 

Rules of the Road

TEL: (630) 848-5000

The Secretary of State, in cooperation with the Naperville Park District, offers Rules of the Road classes for anyone who is age 50 and over. These free classes are designed to help you pass your Illinois driver’s license renewal examination. The classes update you on the current rules of the road and prepare you for the general written and road sign examinations. 

AARP Safe Driver Course

TEL: (630) 848-5000

Co-sponsored by the AARP and Naperville Park District, this program is a comprehensive driver retraining course geared to the specific needs of older motorists. You will learn the effects of aging and medications on driving, basic driving rules, license renewal procedures, local traffic hazards and more. Designed to improve your driving abilities through additional training, attention and practice, this two-day course helps you drive more safely and keep your driver’s license longer. Most insurance companies offer a discount for people who attend this class. Discounts may vary, so check your auto insurance policy or contact your insurance agent. To assist with finding an alternate AARP Safe Driver course if the Park District classes are full, please visit AARP's Smart Driver™ Course webpage