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Taxicab Service for People who use Wheelchairs or Scooters

Pay standard taxicab fare, no special rates or added fees

Enjoy the freedom and convenience of going where you need to go, anywhere in Indianapolis, with your family and friends. Taxis can accommodate up to 6 riders, including the driver and one passenger in a wheelchair.

Indianapolis Yellow Cab is pleased to offer taxi service to the mobility impaired community. The men and women who drive our wheelchair-accessible vans are independent contractors. Drivers who choose to drive one of these vehicles participate in a Passenger Assistance Orientation session to better serve customers who can take advantage of this service.

Our ADA-compliant wheelchair-accessible taxicabs are Ford Windstars.

  • Fully modified lowered floor and rear-entry access
  • Lightweight spring balance fold-down ramp
  • Universal wheelchair tie-down system
  • Air conditioning, separate rear climate controls, power locks and windows

Call our dispatch line at (317) 487-7777 Monday through Friday from 8a.m. to 4p.m. to make reservations for 24 hour curb to curb wheelchair service. We take reservations up to 48 hours in advance and no less then 2 hours prior to need time.  Return rides do not require a reservation.  When placing your order please remember to tell the customer service representative that you require a wheelchair accessible taxi.   

CICOA Tickets -

If you have "wheelchair tickets" from the Central Indiana Council on Aging, please let us know at the time you call that you will use CICOA tickets.
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Across Indianapolis, people who use wheelchairs and are physically capable of using curb-to-curb taxicab transportation are enjoying the simple pleasure of getting where they want to go.

Our studies show that there is a sizable population of mobility challenged people who need curb-to-curb taxi service. They don’t need the more involved and more expensive paratransit service required by people with more complicated health concerns and mobility challenges. These people have not been getting the service they need in many cities. Wheelchair-accessible taxis expand their options so they can have their transportation needs met without having to pay for additional services they don’t need.
The wheelchair-accessible taxis currently in use are Ford Windstar minivans. Any rider will appreciate the vehicles’ comfort and attractive appearance. However, these vans also have special-use capabilities. They meet ADA standards and can accommodate wheelchairs and scooters up to 31” wide.

Indianapolis Yellow Cab has solicited input from local organizations that work with the mobility challenged community. For example, we work closely with the Central Indiana Council On Aging.

There will always be a need for specialized transportation providers for those with greater mobility challenges and health concerns. The wheelchair-accessible taxi service isn’t for every rider, but it is a great service for those who can take advantage of it.

We take pride in bringing wheelchair-accessible taxi service to Indianapolis.