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NADTC Best Practice: Volunteer Assisted Transportation

This brief is part of NADTC’s Best Practice series. Featured is the Volunteer Assisted Transportation program in Tennessee. Best Practice briefs focus on the funding, operations, and service area of transportation agencies supporting mobility for older adults and people with disabilities.

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NADTC Best Practice: SMiles Volunteer Transportation

This brief is part of NADTC’s Best Practice series. Featured is SMiles volunteer transportation program in Tennessee. Best Practice briefs focus on the funding, operations, and service area of transportation agencies supporting mobility for older adults and people with disabilities.

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NADTC Best Practice: Foothills Caring Corps Volunteer Transportation

This brief is part of NADTC’s Best Practice series. Featured is Foothills Caring Corps volunteer transportation program in Arizona. Best Practice briefs focus on the funding, operations, and service area of transportation agencies supporting mobility for older adults and people with disabilities.

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2018 Trends Report Topic Spotlight: Volunteer Transportation Programs

In this Volunteer Transportation Programs Topic Spotlight, part of the 2018 Transportation Trends Report series, NADTC looks at volunteer transportation as a viable alternative for older adults and people with disabilities, examines funding, community support and collaboration, and the measurement structures of programs in Colorado, California, Virginia, and Tennessee.  

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Webinar

Every Ride Counts: NADTC’s Information and Education Campaign Webinar

NADTC hosted the Every Ride Counts: NADTC’s Information and Education Campaign Webinar on February 20, 2019.   View and listen to the webinar. Download a copy of the webinar transcript in Word. The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center’s Every Ride Counts campaign is designed to support local communities’ efforts to promote the availability and accessibility…

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NADTC National Poll Webinar: Transportation Needs and Assessment

NADTC hosted the Transportation Needs and Assessment: Survey of Older Adults, People with Disabilities, and Caregivers webinar on February 14, 2019. View and listen to the webinar. Download a copy of the webinar transcript in Word. The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center’s recent national poll found that older adults and people with disabilities are facing…

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NADTC National Poll: Transportation Needs and Assessment

The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) partnered with KRC Research to conduct a survey of older adults, people living with disabilities and caregivers to assess their transportation behaviors, needs, and preferences. Questions focused on experiences and perceptions of public and private transportation options and behaviors, patterns, and needs of each target audience. The…

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Webinar

Accessible Pedestrian Pathways: Course Materials

In Summer 2019, NADTC hosted the Accessible Pedestrian Pathways mini-course. The course focused on pedestrian accessibility, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements related to accessible pathways, technology applications, the walkability movement in the United States, conducting walkability assessments at the community level, and examples of local projects. The course ran from August 6 – September…

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Toolkit

Volunteer Transportation: Keys of a Successful Program Toolkit

The Volunteer Transportation toolkit was adapted from NADTC’s fall 2018 online course which focused on volunteer transportation programs as an important option for meeting the transportation needs of older adults and people with disabilities in communities across the country.  This toolkit is designed to provide practical tools and creative interventions on how to create a…

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ARCHIVED – Pedestrian Connections: Planning for the Walkability Needs of Older Adults and People with Disabilities from Current Conditions to a Future Environment with Automated Vehicles Webinar

NADTC hosted a Pedestrian Connections webinar on September 4, 2018 about the changing landscape of accessible pedestrian planning–from traditional local-level programs that encourage the involvement of older adults and people with disabilities in the walkability audit process to assessing the role of automated and connected vehicle technology related to accessible pedestrian movement. Presenters were Meg Ann Traci,…

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