DRMAC Teams Up with 9News and Senior Source
9News and Senior Source are shining a light on the driver shortage affecting the Denver region's capacity to assist older adults and people with disabilities with accessing places critical to healthy living. Visit 9News Senior Source at 9news.com/senior-source to learn more about this growing problem. Please check out the links below to learn more about opportunities to become a paid or volunteer driver for one of DRMAC's transportation partners.
Colorado Cross Disability Coalition Securement Area Issues Analysis
RTD and the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition (CCDC) entered into a joint Settlement Agreement in an effort to resolve issues related to availability of the securement area on board RTD buses for passengers who use mobility aids. Below is information on the Securement Area Issues Report and the memorandum to the RTD Board of Directors:
Available - Via's New Travel Training Book!
DRMAC is excited to announce the release of Travel Training: How to Decide if It's the Way to Go! A book written by Susan Unger and Barb Borg, our Travel Training partners at Via.
This is a helpful resource (and free for those in RTD's service area) to learn more about the Individual Travel Training program and if it's right for your clients or family members to participate in!
For more details, contact Susan Unger 303-447-2848, x. 1048
Getting There Guide
The updated 2016 English and Spanish Getting There Guides are available!!
You can download a copy here. To request your FREE hardcopies, call us at
303-243-3113 or email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org
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