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Daytime Disability Cart Service 

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Includes information on qualification for service and pickup points around campus.

The Daytime Disability Cart Service is available free of charge for individuals with temporary or permanent conditions. The service is available on UA main and Arizona Health Sciences Center campuses only and provides service to and from locations that the UA Cat Tran does not serve. Cart Service will not be provided to locations unrelated to a scholastic activity or not deemed necessary by Cart Service and is not intended to be an individual's primary means of transportation. Depending on circumstances, we may not be able to provide transportation at all times requested. Every attempt will be made to meet a rider's schedule. Modifications of schedules may be required of riders in order to meet the functionality of Cart Service.

Getting Service

  1. Contact Disability Resource Center or Campus Health to qualify for the service.
  2. Forms must be approved, signed & dated before your cart service is initiated.
  3. Once approved, passengers can schedule rides online: Click here to schedule rides. Time scheduling modifications may be requested of any passenger.
  4. Schedule your pick-up times to allow sufficient travel time. If your class begins at 10:00 AM, schedule pick-up time at 9:45 AM.
  5. Ride Schedule must be received M-F by no later than 4:30pm to qualify for next day service.

    Temporary Service: If you are temporarily disabled, contact a Campus Health representative at (520) 621-6493, Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri., 8 AM to 4:30 PM and Wed. 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Closed on University holidays.

    Permanent Service: If you have a permanent disability, contact a DRC representative at (520) 621-3268, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM. Register with Campus Health or Disability Resource Center. They will contact Parking and Transportation Services so you do not have to come to the PTS office.

Extension of Cart Service prior to your expiration date: An extension of cart service must be approved by Campus Health/DRC representative. It is the rider's responsibility to secure an extension for Cart Service within 7 days of their expiration date by calling Campus Health at 621-6493 or their DRC representative at 621-3268.

Every attempt will be made to meet the rider's request for service but the volume of requests may limit service and availability. Advance scheduling is required. For additional information, call the Cart Service at (520) 626-2278.


Tardiness: Cart Service assumes no responsibility for late arrivals at the designated pick-up points. The cart driver will wait 2 minutes for the rider. After 2 minutes, driver will proceed to their other scheduled pick-ups. If the rider is late and misses the pick-up, they will need to call Cart Service (626-2278) to arrange an "add-on" pick-up. The rider will be picked up after the regularly scheduled passengers or if a Cart Driver is nearby your location.

Cancel a pick-up: Notify Cart Service (626-2278) 24 hours in advance to cancel a regularly scheduled pick-up or for an entire day. If the rider is unable to notify us 24 hours in advance due to illness or other circumstances, call at least one hour prior to your first scheduled time.

No-Show Cancellation Policy: Failure to show up four (4) times at your designated pick-up points without calling the Cart Service office will result in a cancellation of service.

Conduct: The rider is required to treat the Cart Service drivers, Office staff and all other riders with respect at all times. Inappropriate language and/or behavior are unacceptable. Parking and Transportation Services reserves the right to deny service to anyone.

Transport: The rider is required to wear a seat belt while being transported unless injury or condition would preclude them from doing so.

"Non-Discrimination: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects people from discrimination based on race, color, or national origin in programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Furthermore, federal and state law, as well as University policy, prohibit discrimination based on protected classifications, including race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. The University encourages anyone who believes he or she has been the subject of such discrimination to report the matter immediately to the Office of Institutional Equity ( or any other state or federal entity charged with enforcing these non-discrimination laws."
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