The Littleton Transportation Network (LTN) was founded in 2013 by volunteers who understand the importance of the City of Littleton’s unique transportation services to older and disabled residents and their families, and to the city’s economy.
LTN is guided by a nine-member advisory committee, which advises the City of Littleton regarding the city’s transportation services for senior and disabled residents, provides information regarding the evolving transportation needs of the community, and helps secure financial support for these essential services.
LTN raises the community’s awareness of the Shopping Cart and Omnibus services through presentations to civic organizations and participation in events such as the Western Welcome Week Grand Parade. LTN’s fund-raising activities include sponsoring an annual spaghetti dinner, encouraging rider donations, and the sale of advertisements on the buses, with additional activities under review.
The Littleton Transportation Network gladly accepts donations.
Send checks made out to City of Littleton - Omnibus to:
City of Littleton
Littleton Transportation Network
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80120
LTN Advisory Committee members include (left to right): Dan Burnham, former executive director of South Metro Housing Options; Wendy Shea-Tamag, Littleton Transportation Coordinator; former Littleton Mayor Susan Thornton; Wendy Heffner, Littleton City Clerk; Tex Elam, committee chair; Mike Braaten, Littleton Deputy City Manager; Linda Haley, Housing and Community Development/Senior Resources Manager for Arapahoe County Community Resources Department; Hugh Hilleary, community volunteer; Karen Hart, community volunteer.