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.
Training & Webinars
We provide training and webinars designed to help communities create accessible transportation for older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers.
Resources & Publications
NADTC's Information Clearinghouse is where you can access materials, download publications, view webinars, and more.
More Mobility, Stronger Connections: It’s Time to Modernize DemandResponsive Transportation Using the Transactional Data Specification
- Dial-a-Ride / Demand Response
TACL: Transportation Technical Assistance Coordination Library
Critical Issues in Human Services Transportation
- Human Service Transportation
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