Some Houston County seniors say they need transportation, and there are simply not enough affordable options.
One non-profit transit service recently shut down, and another says they are so busy, they are turning riders away.
Some say the issue is affecting many people, but mostly the elderly and handicapped.
Last Thursday, 88-year-old Helen Stephens wasn't supposed to be at home. She had a doctor's appointment on that day, but canceled it. She needed to go to the appointment, but she didn't have a ride.
Stephens said, "Warner Robins is a great place to retire, a great place to live. The only thing they need is transportation for the handicapped and elderly."
Stephens says taxis and privately-owned shuttles can be costly, and with no public transportation system in Houston County, seniors relied on two non-profit van services.