Regional Elder Mobility Alliance (REMA) is coalition of agencies representing aging/disability and transit professionals dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in southeast Michigan through the maximizing of mobility options and the delivery of multi-modal transportation services.

REMA envisions a society that recognizes the economic and civic value of transit and fully supports affordable, accessible service for all and a transportation network for southeast Michigan that is economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable, regionally seamless and incorporates mass transportation, pedestrian facilities, para-transit options, and cleaner/greener mobility options.


Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)

Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG)

Michigan Office of Services to the Aging

Detroit Area Agency on Aging

Area Agency on Aging 1B

The Senior Alliance


City of Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT)

Regional Transit Coordinating Council (RTCC)

Data Driven Detroit

Transportation Riders United (TRU)


Disability Network of Oakland & Macomb

Adult Well-Being Services (AWBS)

Hannan Center

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM)

Bridging Communities

Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit

Traffic Improvement Association of Oakland County


REMA meetings are convened at Hannan Center bi-monthly on the 3rd Thursday, 9-11am.

Grant Awards

REMA received a Senior Engagement Program (SEP) award from Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan (CFSEM) to pursue Senior Mobility Outreach Programs in 4 pilot communities: Hamtramck, Inkster, St. Clair Shores, and Waterford.