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Promising Practices and Solutions in Accessible Transportation: Mobility Management: The Paducah Approach- Sept 21, 2 PM

As part of Easter Seals Project ACTION's Promising Practices and Solutions in Accessible Transportation series, representatives of Purchase Area Regional Transit (PART) will describe their mobility management model. The Paducah Area Transit System and Easter Seals West Kentucky, along with two other transportation agencies from the region, will explain their model for the provision of coordinated mobility solutions in their community. This presentation is intended for transportation planners, human service providers, advocates, and people with disabilities interested in learning more about promising practices in transportation services.
The one-hour program will be at 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, September 21.

 
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Promising Practices and Solutions in Accessible Transportation: Sustaining Coalition Efforts for Improving Accessible Transportation - Sept 28, 2pm

As part of Easter Seals Project ACTION's Promising Practices and Solutions in Accessible Transportation, Donna Smith, Training Manager, and Karen Wolf-Branigin, Director of Training and Technical Assistance with Easter Seals Project ACTION, will discuss strategies to meet the challenges of sustaining coalition efforts to achieve long-term goals for systems change to improve accessible transportation. The one-hour program is scheduled for 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, September 28. 
 
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NCST: National Center on Senior Transportation - Travel Training
 
What is travel training and why should I know about it?
As we age our circumstances change and sometimes our choices become more limited. Travel training can be the bridge that connects older adults with the freedom to travel on their own terms again.

NCST is hosting a three part series of two hour audio conferences on travel training for the aging network. The audio conferences are from 12:00 to 2:00 Eastern Daylight Time on Tuesday September 28th, Wednesday September 29th, and Thursday September 30th. Registration will cover all three of the audio conferences whether you choose to attend one or all of the sessions. Please register before Friday September 17th.

Info on Three Day Audio Conference on Travel Training by NCST Sept 28-30
 
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Dwight Mengel                     Liz Fury
Tompkins County DSS         Otsego County Planning Dept