This Findings in Brief includes a definition of accessible pathways, recommends community stakeholders for the local accessibility planning process, and summarizes how communities can create more accessible pathways to public transportation.
This pocket guide contains concepts for communities to consider when improving transportation facilities, sidewalks, and routes to transit.
The report describes accessible design elements that apply to BRT systems from both the regulatory perspective of the ADA and the concept of universal design.
Volume 1 provides guidance and possible solutions for incorporating accessible design elements necessary to meet or exceed ADA accessibility requirements. Also identifies accessibility issues common to BRT systems.
Volume 2 contains ADA compliance checklists for BRT facilities design and construction. The checklists are based on the current ADAAG requirements.
During this webinar, experienced and successful grant writers with the Jewish Council for the Aging in Rockville, MD highlight their best practices in applying for grants and responding to RFPs. This session also includes information on JCA’s travel training program for senior employment access.
This podcast highlights the importance of transportation for American Indian elders and identifies innovative approaches and resources for improving transportation services on reservations and other Indian lands in the United States.
This toolkit was developed to assist service providers identify and evaluate the true cost of providing transportation services.
This 24-page booklet highlights innovative policies and strategies used by U.S. and Canadian communities to improve accessible pathways and transit stops during winter weather.
This bookmark includes the U.S. DOT’s definition of a service animal, customer’s rights and responsibilities regarding service animals, and customer service practices.