CPACS offers 2 types of transportation services.
CPACS Express Bus serves as an employment bus service to connect and increase mobility options for the Clarkston community in DeKalb County. CPACS Express Bus is the premier source of affordable employment transportation with fixed bus routes to employment service agencies and round-trip door to door service for refugees/immigrants and low income families in Clarkston. CPACS Express makes available and expands transportation options for limited English proficient adults 18 years or older in DeKalb County who are actively searching for employment opportunities.
CPACS Express Bus also provides a portions of trips for individual transportation for “quality of life” trips which consist of non-medical trips such as shopping, recreation, religious, civic, and social purposes.
CPACS Mobility Bus is a shuttle services that reduces barriers to transportation and expands transportation options available to immigrant and refugee limited English proficient seniors above the age of 65 years old, disabled persons 19 years and older, and transportation disadvantaged persons living in DeKalb County and Gwinnett County.
The goal of this bus service is to increase access to transportation access for a higher quality of life for refugee and immigrant seniors and disabled persons.
CPACS Mobility Bus provides a portions of trips for individual transportation for “quality of life” trips which consist of non-medical trips such as shopping, recreation, religious, civic, and social purposes.
CPACS Express and Mobility Buses
CPACS Express and Mobility buses also provides late-night and weekend service, shuttle service, demand-responsive van service, and ride-sharing/carpool/vanpool activities.
For more information or to schedule transportation services, please contact the CPACS Transportation Department at:
Frank Lee (Program Director)
770-936-0969 ext: 348
Manoj Dahal (Scheduling and Dispatch)
770-936-0969 ext: 172
Languages available are: Nepali, Burmese, Hindi, Chinese, Korean, and English
*CPACS Transportation Services are funded by the Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) Program and New Freedom Program through the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
CPACS Mobility Waiver & Release Form
I understand the purpose of this form is to determine if I am eligible to participate in the New Freedom Transportation Services offered through CPACS. I understand this program is designated to serve individuals of 19 to 59 with a disability and seniors over 65 who have difficulty using regular public transportation due to their disability or language access. By signing this application, I have received CPACS Mobility Education Material.