Volunteers on the Go (VOGO)

Volunteers on the Go (VOGO) pilot program is designed to assist rural residents in accessing bus stops and other locations when their transit trip is longer than 1.5 hours. Currently, the pilot program serves most residents in Riverbank. In the future, this program will be expanded to other areas in Stanislaus County. Volunteers use their own vehicles to provide rides. At this current time, the service is free to riders.


The VOGO Program is currently on hold until July 1st, 2022.

Am I Eligible?

To be eligible for this program, you must live in Riverbank.

How Do I Enroll in the Program?

Download the VAMOS Mobility phone app.

How does the VOGO work?

Download the VAMOS phone app, and enter your pick-up and destination information. VOGO will appear as an option if there are no public routes available at your specified date/time or if your public transit trip will take over 1.5 hours. 

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Volunteers on the Go (VOGO) FAQ

Can anyone schedule rides?

No. This program serves only residents of Riverbank at this time.

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How do I schedule a ride?

To schedule a ride, you need the VAMOS app.

Download and use the VAMOS phone app here.

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What if I am not eligible? Can you still help me?

Yes. We do our best to refer clients to the different transportation programs available in Stanislaus County. See our programs here.

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How much does it cost?

At this time there is no cost to residents of Riverbank.

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Volunteer for VOGO

Becoming a Volunteer Driver is rewarding. You meet friendly people, experience the gratification of assisting someone in need, and are reimbursed for miles driven.

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