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Welcome to the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center

Our goal is to promote the availability and accessibility of transportation options for older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers.

Register Now! Transportation Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative Lunch and Learn Series – June Session

Register: Mini-Course: Promising Practices Using Section 5310 Funding to Enhance Service

RSVP Now! NADTC Office Hours – Creative Uses of Section 5310 Funding

 

 

 

 

Photo credit: NADTC 2020 Photo Contest 1st Place Winner, Township of Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, IL 

 

National Aging and Disability Transportation Center
is working to increase access to transportation for older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers.

The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) is a program funded by the Federal Transit Administration and administered by Easterseals and the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) with guidance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living.

 

Rightsizing Transportation Technology for Rural America

Guest blogger – Jana Lynott| AARP Public Policy Institute When it comes to technology, many rural transportation providers face a mismatch between their needs and what’s on the market today, particularly in terms of ride-scheduling software solutions. Software developers make assumptions about the agencies that will use their products, the services they provide, the availability of…

RideSheet: A Transportation Technology Solution for Rural America

Guest blogger – Jana Lynott| AARP Public Policy Institute Locals refer to Lake County, Oregon as the “rural outback.” This stunningly beautiful high desert location is known for cattle ranching, agriculture, timber production, and ample outdoor recreational opportunities. The county’s 8,100 residents are spread out across more than 8,200 square miles. In Lake County, transportation challenges…

Considerations in Reasonable Accommodations for Returning to Work

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit with its associated risks, along with guidance from health officials, employers set policies for temporary work-from-home options and virtual meetings. As the COVID-19 pandemic eases and employers consider returning most employees back to a centralized workplace, reasonable accommodation considerations under the ADA may arise. Who can receive a reasonable accommodation…