Part-time Dispatcher - Will be responsible
for receiving service requests, computerized
preparing daily trip logs for drivers and two-way
radio communication with drivers. Must be
with Cerro Gordo County geography and Microsoft
Office. Considerable tact and courtesy are
required in all dealings with the general public,
drivers and agency representatives.
Apply in person at the
NIACOG office at 525 Sixth St. SW, Mason City.
EOE/Drug free workplace.
Application can be obtained HERE.
about advertising on Region 2 Transit buses
please contact Houck
Transit Advertising at 800-777-7290 or email@example.com.
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NIACOG serves as the
Regional Transit Authority for the eight
county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd,
Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell,
Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit
service is available for use by any one in
the area. Each service is tailored to the
needs of the local users.
The Region 2 Transit System operates 92
vehicles throughout the eight county area.
All services are open to the general public, including commuters,
shoppers, students, seniors, persons with
disabilities and travelers of all types. In
most areas the bus, van or car will pick you
up at your door and deliver you to your job,
medical appointment, meal site, school, bus
depot, airport or favorite shopping center.
The Region 2 Transit System is funded in
part through the Federal Transit
Administration, Iowa Department of
Transportation, Elderbridge Area Agency on
Aging, Contract revenue and fares.
The system provides approximately 400,000
Reasonable Modification Policy
Region 2 Transit follows all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including amendments to clarify existing rules under 49 CFR Part 27 and 37 as implemented in July 2015. Per this final rule, Region 2 Transit is required to make reasonable modifications or accommodations to our policies and procedures to ensure individuals with disabilities have equal access to Region 2 Transit's services.
Region 2 Transit will make reasonable modifications to its policies and procedures when necessary to avoid discrimination and ensure accessibility for people with disabilities. Reasonable modifications do have limitations are not intended to:
Cause a direct threat to the health and safety of others
Create undue financial and administrative burdens
Constitute a fundamental alteration in services
Not necessary to provide equal access to an Region 2 Transit service
Considerations when making a reasonable modification request:
Individuals requesting modifications are not required to use the term “reasonable modification” when making the request
Whenever feasible, requests for modifications shall be made and determined in advance, before the transportation provider is expected to provide the modified service
Where a request for modification cannot be made and determined in advance (because of a condition or barrier at the destination of an Region 2 Transit service of which the individual was not aware), Region 2 Transit shall make a determination of whether the modification should be provided at the time of the request
Whenever possible, please make the request in advance, before the modification is needed to access the service. Region 2 Transit will make every effort, to the maximum extent feasible, to ensure that a person with a disability has access to, and benefits from, its services.
To request reasonable modifications based on a disability please complete the Reasonable Modification Request form or contact Region 2 Transit Administrator, Kevin Kramer, at (641) 423-0491 ext. 17, firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 525 6th St SW, Mason City, IA 50401. Region 2 Transit will review the request in accordance with its reasonable modification plan. All information will be kept strictly confidential.
only: Clear Lake, Charles City, Algona, Forest City, Lake Mills and
MASON CITY PARATRANSIT
(White ticket) Includes travel within
(Pink ticket) Travel within any county in
REGIONAL SERVICE (Yellow
ticket)Travel from one county within
Region 2 to another county within Region 2
(Orange ticket) Mason City ONLY
6:00 am -12:00 (midnight) Monday - Friday; 8:00am -
sales outlets: Mason City City Hall,
Clear Lake City Hall, Forest City City
Hall, Charles City City Hall, Northwood
City Hall, Osage Senior Center, Hampton
Senior Center, Opportunity Village and NIACOG.
711 Relay Iowa (telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking over a Text Telephone (TTY) or verbally to hearing parties) - http://www.relayiowa.com/services/
Region 2 Transit System
does not intend to discriminate, in the
provision of public transit services, on the
basis of race, age, disability, religion,
color, sex or national origin/English
anyone feels that there has been a violation
of this policy, they may file a complaint
with Region 2 Transit’s Transit
Administrator by phone at 641-423-0491x17 or
through written correspondence to Transit
Administrator, Region 2 Transit System, c/o
North Iowa Area Council of Governments, 525 Sixth
Street S.W., Mason City, Iowa50401-5058.