South Georgia Seniors had a chance to speak out about their needs during a public hearing at the Sowega Council on Aging Center this afternoon.
Every four years state leaders meet with seniors around the state.
On Tuesday many expressed concerns about transportation.
"People are needing to go to the doctors the hospitals, the clinics, shopping and its simply not available," says Kay Hind, Executive Director of the Sowega Council on Aging.
The Sowega Council on Aging provides a variety of services to 10,000 seniors in 14 counties.