This resource is a synopsis of the cost-benefit model for travel training. The model budget includes line items and a formula to ascertain distinct costs and benefits of travel training services to trainees, the community, and funders.
A compilation of the strategies and activities used in the Mobility Management Independent Living Coaches program from Centers for Independent Living or IL coaches to inform mobility managers and other transportation professionals about disability issues.
This webinar was held June 16, 2016. It was intended to help participants understand how to tap into some of the resources that might be available locally to navigate transportation. Best practices were shared by Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) staff, including how the ARC uses technology and outreach to share transportation information and resources. This…
This report highlights the findings of a survey on how taxi operators in the U.S. assist transit systems by providing paratransit service for people with disabilities.
This quick reference guide for fixed-route bus operators addresses ADA requirements such as priority seating and stop announcements. The guide also provides tips for serving customers with disabilities and those who have service animals. Thank you to 2017 NADTC photo contest participants Senior Transportation Connection (Cleveland, Ohio) and Ark-Tex Council of Governments (Texarkana, Texas)…
This “how-to” toolkit addresses optimal bus stop design including a comprehensive assessment tool. Topics covered: shelter design, lighting, security, pedestrian environment, signage, wayfinding, technology, urban/rural considerations, and organizational collaboration.
This poster contains brief information on ADA service requirements for service animals as well as customer and operator responsibilities.
This bookmark details the rights guaranteed to transit customers under the ADA and the responsibilities passengers have when using community transportation.
This bookmark lists the rights guaranteed to paratransit customers under the ADA and the responsibilities passengers have when using ADA paratransit.
This guide to neighborhood wayfinding describes things to consider when walking, driving, bicycling, or taking a bus or train to reach stores, community centers, libraries, parks, restaurants, or any destination.