The county council is stopping the county-wide scheme to cope with the recent Government funding cuts.
However, to ensure passengers are not left stranded in the district - they have struck up a deal with West Lindsey District Council to enhance the existing Call Connect Service.
They have agreed to transfer their share of the Dial-a-Ride Funding to the existing Call Connect service.
Community Officer at West Lindsey District Council, Mrs. Karen Yates said:
"We are delighted that we have managed to come up with a suitable agreement.West Lindsey is just one of two district councils in Lincolnshire to secure a deal with the county council. Mrs. Yates added:
"Without alternative provision, the effects on many West Lindsey passengers, who are not able to access public transport, would have been greater than other districts."
"We have allocated 50 per cent of the funding totaling £37,980 to extend the scheme.There are three Call Connect buses in the district and a further bus has been added to cope with the additional Dial-a-Ride passengers making a total of four.
"The vast majority of Dial-a-Ride passengers will be able to use the service with extra benefits."
More than 100 passengers have transferred from the Dial-a-Ride scheme to Call Connect Plus.