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Human Services Transportation Collaboration and Coordination

This resource is part of a larger Materials Toolkit exploring Human Services Transportation. The entire Materials Toolkit can be found here.   If your agency provides transportation, you may receive requests for transportation that you cannot fulfill – or you may find yourself with unused capacity. If your agency doesn’t provide transportation, you may find…


 A Changing Transportation Landscape:  Exploring the Role of a Human Services Agency in Community Transportation 

This resource is part of a larger Materials Toolkit exploring Human Services Transportation. The entire Materials Toolkit can be found here. Many services and opportunities offered by human services agencies depend on affordable, accessible transportation to locations outside of the homes. Without transportation, an individual may experience a loss of independence, reduce their involvement in…


Exploring Human Services Transportation: Materials Toolkit

In the Winter of 2017, NADTC conducted an online course exploring the role of human services agencies in transportation. The following written and video material resulted from the two-month program.  While each of these sessions is complementary to one another, they can be reviewed independently. You may notice that the materials posted reference Learning Assignments…


Clarifying Federal Requirements for Shared Mobility

As the transit industry embraces partnerships with these on-demand services, transit agency staff and others have sought the FTA’s guidance on issues such as funding eligibility, civil rights requirements, and conditions for receiving support. FTA has developed comprehensive sets of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to clarify requirements for shared mobility alternatives regarding funding eligibility under…


Coordinated Transportation Planning Information Brief: Requirements, Strategies, and Tools for Meaningful Engagement for Older Adults and People with Disabilities

This information brief examines federal Section 5310 requirements related to meaningful engagement of older adults and people with disabilities in the transportation planning process. The second part of the brief reviews strategies used in public meetings, stakeholder groups, and engagement exercises, and identifies pros and cons of different types of engagement methods depending on their…


Innovative Routes to Transportation

This September 2016 webinar, brought to you by NASUAD, AIRS and n4a, highlights innovative programs and initiatives that address transportation needs. Learn about the newly formed National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) which promotes the availability and accessibility of transportation options for older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers and communities. The presenters are National…


Section 5310 Funding: An Application Checklist

The Section 5310 Program: Enhanced Mobility for Seniors & Individuals with Disabilities is a federally funded, flexible state-managed program that attempts to remove barriers to transportation for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Funding is intended to support programs that serve the special needs of transit-dependent populations beyond traditional public transportation services and Americans with Disabilities…


Section 5310 Webinar 1: The Federal Perspective

NADTC conducted this webinar on June 30, 2016 to review Section 5310 from the perspective of the Federal Transit Administration.  This webinar provided an overview of the Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5310 program, covering topics such as:  who is eligible for this funding; how to apply for the funding; what activities, programs and projects are…