National Transportation Organization Wants to Hear From Us

I love it when organizations or businesses go out of their way to ask older adults and/or people with disabilities what we think, don’t you? So when I found out the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) had launched a survey to hear about our experiences accessing and using local transportation options, I filled it out right away. From the NADTC web site:

As part of continuing efforts to identify transportation access, usage and disparities that impact diverse groups, the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) has launched a national equity, diversity and inclusion transportation survey. The survey will gauge opinions and obtain information from a representative sample of racially, ethnically and culturally diverse older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers.

The survey is accessible and only took ten minutes to fill out — a very small chunk of my time to spend to be part of a study that may help with some of the public transportation issues I run into living in a big city. I urge you to join me and feel good about helping an organization make transportation options work better…for all of us!


 

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