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Strategies to increase coordination of transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged

By: Contributor(s): Publication details: Washington DC Transit Cooperative Research Program, 2004; TCRP report 105, Description: 76 s. + bil + 1 CD CDISBN:
  • 0309088135
Subject(s): Online resources: Bibl.nr: VTI P4839:105Location: Abstract: This report was developed as part of Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Project H-30. The project's goal was to identify strategies for initiating or improving coordination of publicly funded transportation services for transportation-disadvantaged individuals - older adults, people with disabilities, human services agency clients, and others. This Resource Guide is intended for public and private transportation and human services organizations that fund, operate, purchase, or use transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged and are interested in improving coordination with other providers. The report describes current trends in the coordination of transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged and identifies several ongoing challenges that coordination partners have faced.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P4839:105

This report was developed as part of Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Project H-30. The project's goal was to identify strategies for initiating or improving coordination of publicly funded transportation services for transportation-disadvantaged individuals - older adults, people with disabilities, human services agency clients, and others. This Resource Guide is intended for public and private transportation and human services organizations that fund, operate, purchase, or use transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged and are interested in improving coordination with other providers. The report describes current trends in the coordination of transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged and identifies several ongoing challenges that coordination partners have faced.

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