Service Tree

The Service Tree lists all services in "branched" groups, starting with the very general and moving to the very specific. Click on the name of any group name to see the sub-groups available within it. Click on a service code to see its details and the providers who offer that service.

Consulates/Foreign Government Representatives

The headquarters of public officials who have been appointed by a foreign government to reside in the United States and take responsibility for developing and protecting the economic interests of that government and looking after the welfare of any of its citizens who may be traveling or living in the U.S.

Emergency Road Service

Programs that arrange for the dispatch of a tow truck to assist motorists whose vehicles have become disabled on roads or highways because their car has stalled, they have a flat tire, are out of gas or are locked out of their cars. Services may include towing, tire changes, jump starts, lockout assistance (key breaks in the ignition, broken keys in the door or trunk, lost keys or keys locked in the car) and emergency fuel and water delivery.

International Travel Advisories

Programs that provide information to the public regarding health risks, political instability and other conditions abroad which may affect an individual's decision to travel.

Tourist Information

Tourist bureaus, information centers and other community organizations that make available information about local points of interest, cultural events, recreational activities, hotels, restaurants, medical and dental services and other community resources.

Transportation System Orientation Programs

Programs that provide training which introduces new riders, commuters and other residents to the transportation options that are available in their community and teaches them to use the system effectively. Participants learn the basic components of the public transit system and other transportation options (e.g., bicycles, carpools and vanpools); the location of park and ride or park and pool lots, bus stops, train stations, ferry terminals and other facilities; and basic travel skills such as how to read a bus schedule, find the bus closest to work/home, participate in a car/van pool and plan a commute using the system. Instruction may be provided on an individual or group basis and may involve field training in which the individual is accompanied by a customer service representative. The objective of the training is to encourage use of the public transportation by building rider confidence and comfort with the system.