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The Lake Havasu Metropolitan Planning Organization (LHMPO) is currently in the process of updating its Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) to identify transportation improvements through 2045. The RTP is updated every 5 years to address the region’s growing and adapting needs. Since the completion of the 2040 RTP, LHMPO has completed several multimodal transportation plans and significant legislative and policy changes have occurred. The 2045 RTP is a blueprint to guide the multimodal goals for the next 25 years within the LHMPO Region.


Havasu Mobility continues to provide transportation to seniors and disabled within the City limits. Transportation to essential services such as medical appointments, pharmacy, and, grocery stores. Hours of operation Monday through Friday 8:00 am through 5:00 pm. Fare is $2.00 each way.


  • Days of Operation – Monday through Friday - Closed on City holidays.
  • Hours of Operation - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Qualified Riders – Seniors 60 years of age; persons with a documented disability; or Military Veterans will apply for service through Havasu Mobility by completing an application which should be returned within 21 days with appropriate paperwork documenting qualification.
  • Trip Purpose – Medical/dental/therapy appointments, work related trips, trips to the pharmacy, the courthouse and social service agencies, and, grocery stores.
  • Reservations – Should be made at least the day before travel is needed up to two weeks in advance for curbside service. Same day appointments may be made if there is room in the schedule.
  • Fares – Curbside service is $2.00 each way.
  • Havasu Mobility dispatch office is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. For more information or to make a reservation, call the number below.


Havasu Mobility is a transportation program operated by Lake Havasu City to provide Seniors, Persons with Disabilities, Military Veterans and Low Income city residents in our community with transportation to get to medical appointments, the pharmacy, work, social service agencies, the courthouse or to the grocery store. Havasu Mobility also provides a ride to Seniors that attend the noon meal at the local Senior Center.

Trained City employees handle the administrative duties of the dispatch office as well as the driving duties to provide trips for basic life necessities. Trained volunteer drivers are scheduled to drive the bus to the Senior Center for the noon meal.

All service is provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Click the link below to learn about the Lake Havasu Metropolitan Planning Organization.


Havasu Mobility Miles Traveled Last Month
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Havasu Mobility Riders Last Month