The Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility (CCAM) was established in 2004 by Executive Order in recognition of the importance of human services transportation and works to coordinate funding and provide expertise specifically for three targeted populations: people with disabilities, older adults, and individuals of low income. Human services transportation connects people to their homes, jobs, education, medical appointments, and communities. However, many people are unable to access reliable transportation due to a lack of mobility. These gaps in transportation services disproportionately impact people with disabilities, older adults, and individuals of low income, disconnecting them from their communities. The CCAM works to close those gaps and achieve its strategic vision of Mobility for All.
Find out what’s new with CCAM, learn about the CCAM structure and get access to related links and documents to keep you informed.
Federal fund braiding for local match allows grant recipients to use funds from one federal program to meet the match requirements of another. This guide defines federal fund braiding for local match and program eligibility.
The strategic plan outlines four key strategic goals to guide the CCAM in its mission to improve access to jobs, healthcare, education, and community services through better access to transportation.
The CCAM Program Inventory identifies 130 federal programs that may fund transportation services for people with disabilities, older adults, and/or individuals of low income.
FTA Guidance to reduce overlap between federal programs that fund human services transportation and incentivize collaboration.