Midland Public Transit is owned and operated by Midland Area Agency on Aging, one of the 667 Area Agencies on Aging nationwide and one of eight in Nebraska that help ensure older Nebraskans remain independent, healthy and safe in their homes and communities for as long as possible. Authorized by the Older American Act of 1965, MAAA was formed in 1973 under the Nebraska Interlocal Agreement, which allows for local governments to join together for a common purpose.
Midland Public Transit was formed in an attempt to break the illusion that our public transit service is only for the aging population. The public transit service we offer is sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Transportation, and our local communities, for all of the area's residents to utilize.
We schedule rides Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm from any of our five mid-nebraska sites: Clay, Howard, Merrick, Nuckolls, and Webster Counties.
Extended hours are available for essential medical rides only.
We ask that you give us at least 24 hours notice for all ride requests. We will try to accommodate all rides, but when necessary we may ask you to move your appointment. To avoid this, you can give us a call for availability before scheduling with your provider.
Midland Public Transit Rebranding
Midland Area Agency on Aging has rebranded its transit service to Midland Public Transit