The element of discussion from the community in line with age friendliness is the issue of transportation. Sustainable ageing entails helping the older persons remain in their community comfortably. Livable communities in light of transportation possess features that work towards promoting accessibility to that community for the ageing persons. The community has many transportation options, safe conditions for driving and safe walkable neighborhoods for the ageing persons. In order to assess the age friendliness of the community, I carried out an interview with five older adults in the community. The findings were that the community does not have the characteristics of anthere is need age friendly transport system. The characteristics include availability of the transport system, its affordability, accessibility, acceptability, and adaptability to the diverse needs of the ageing inhabitants. The inclusion of these features can serve to increase the safety and comfort of the ageing persons. The community environment as it is presently is not age friendly according to the interview results. Therefore, there is need to have mechanisms in place to enhance the age friendliness of the society. The findings from the research indicate that in order to enhance age friendliness in the community, the community requires to have in place an efficient transport system that caters for the ageing persons. The transport system should incorporate facilities suitable for the ageing person to use.