Transportation Task Force – Phase I
Committee works with consultant to determine coordination options for human service agencies: Turnstone Center for the Disabled, Allen County Council on Aging, Easter Seals ARC, Brightpoint, and Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Community Transportation Consortium changes name to Community Transportation Network, Incorporated (CTN)! The organization is formed and begins the process of establishing a Mobility Management Office and securing staff to execute the strategic plan.
CTN begins operation as a direct provider of medical transportation.
CTN moves into new location for office and vehicle storage (20,000 square feet).
The first car is donated to CTN’s Senior Keys, no senior participant. A second car donated to Senior Keys, senior banks account. Three vehicles are leased from Easter Seals ARC.
CTN purchases and moves to current facility (35,000 square feet) – 5601 Industrial Road.
CTN establishes endowment with Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne.
Thanks to our very generous donors, CTN’s mortgage loan is paid off!
CTN starts providing work trips for people with intellectual disabilities.
CTN is selected by Parade Magazine to represent Indiana in the article “HEROES & HELPERS, Outstanding Charities in Every State”
33 vehicles fill the CTN garage. Plans begin for a capital campaign for an expansion.
CTN welcomes new Executive Director, Justin Clupper.