Addressing Transportation Barriers for Older Adults and People with Disabilitites

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Addressing Transportation Barriers for Older Adults and People with Disabilities. This webinar occurred 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. Visit http://www.nadtc.org/resources-public... for more information and resources on this event, including a downloadable PowerPoint and a webinar transcript.
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