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Since 1984, TAG has been an indispensable transportation resource for the Greenwich community, providing over 1.3 million rides with a focus on individuals with mobility challenges due to old age, disability, or financial constraints. 


TAG began when a coalition of Greenwich-affiliated nonprofits, agencies, departments, and individuals agreed that a centralized transportation resource would provide a valuable and efficient resource for the community. 


Over the years, TAG became essential to many of our neighbors and numerous community service organizations. These have included Abilis, a nonprofit serving people with developmental disabilities and their families; River House Adult Day Center; the Greenwich Senior Center; and the YWCA. More recently, TAG has increasingly partnered with schools, the Town of Greenwich, and the state of Connecticut to provide transportation to those in need. 


TAG prides itself on stepping up to assist the Greenwich community however it can – helping its riders access life-saving medical appointments, meet their basic daily needs, and simply be among their community.


Beyond the everyday, TAG is also there for Greenwich during times of emergency. This was never more apparent than during the COVID pandemic. As the world sheltered in place and TAG’s organizational partners shut down, TAG found a way to uphold its neighborly service by helping the Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry deliver essential goods to our community. During the peak of the pandemic, TAG drivers delivered 10-20 pound packages of food to over 550 households per week.


As the pandemic receded, TAG began a new chapter, doubling its service coverage and providing mobility services across the Norwalk region. Looking to the future, TAG is committed to ensuring that each and every member of our community knows they have a true neighbor in TAG, which goes beyond the bus to get them where they need to be.

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