Skip Link
  • Search In:

Publication

2020 Trends Report Spotlight: Medicare Advantage Transportation Programs

Medicare Advantage Plans, often referred to as “Part C” or “MA Plans,” are offered by Medicare-approved private companies that must follow established Medicare policy and procedures. These plans offer medical benefits, as well as coverage for things the basic Medicare plan does not cover, such as vision, hearing, dental, and fitness programs and Part D…

Read more
Publication

2020 Trends Report Spotlight: Volunteer Driver Programs in the Age of COVID-19

Volunteer driver programs have long been an affordable and efficient transportation service. They tend to be more flexible and can operate any time of the day, in any geography depending on the driver’s availability and preferences. With the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020, many volunteer driver programs stopped operations completely for the…

Read more
Webinar

Coordination Connections: Statewide Coordination: Bottom Up, Top Down

⇒ Click here to listen to the recording ⇒ Click here to download the presentation NADTC hosted the first of the Coordination Connections series; Statewide Coordination: Bottom Up, Top Down, July 29, 2-3pm ET. NADTC launched our Coordination Connections series featuring two members of the NADTC Coordination Advisory Committee. Amy St. Peter is the Deputy…

Read more
Publication

Writing a Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plan

A Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation (HST) Plan is an important tool for community transportation planning. HST plans create a systematic way for communities to improve collaboration and communication across human service organizations and transportation providers – plans can improve access, efficiency, and effectiveness of community transportation systems. Although the process can seem daunting,…

Read more

Meeting the Transportation Needs of Diverse Older Adults and People with Disabilities

⇒ Click here to listen to the recording ⇒ Click here to download the presentation NADTC hosted virtual event on July 22 from 11:00am – 12:30pm ET focused on meeting the transportation needs of diverse older adults and people with disabilities.   Our keynote speaker is transportation planning consultant, civil rights lawyer and nationally recognized activist, Tamika Butler, who…

Read more

NADTC Office Hours – Creative Uses of Section 5310 Funding

⇒ Click here to listen to the webinar recording ⇒ Click here to download the presentation The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) office hours are focused on enhancing training and technical assistance opportunities and offer further opportunities to interact with your peers. The office hours program provides an opportunity to participate virtually in small…

Read more

Coordination Initiative

To highlight coordination work across the country, the National Aging & Disability Transportation Center has launched a Coordination Campaign. The Coordination Campaign is being designed to provide education and technical assistance around coordination activities in addition to the coordination, planning and public participation resources already developed. The Coordination Campaign is being guided by the NADTC…

Read more
Publication

2020 Transportation Trends Report

This report reviews 2020’s trending topics in transportation. The Trends Report provides an overview of what’s trending in the industry, questions we receive at NADTC and important transportation issues in communities across the U.S. 2020 topics include: Volunteer Driver Programs in the Age of COVID-19 Transportation for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) A…

Read more
Publication

Planning for Sustainability

Planning for sustainability is an essential component of a project from the start. This is especially true with grant programs that have limited term, start-up funding. This document is designed to provide you with a checklist of considerations as you plan for sustainability.

Read more