Univ of Buffalo, partners receive $8.2 million to help vulnerable populations with transportation issues

  • Date: 02/18/2021

University at Buffalo researchers are part of an $8.2 million effort to improve transportation options for vulnerable people in the City of Buffalo.

The project, called “Complete Trip Deployment,” is led by Virginia-based ICF International and funded by an $8.2 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant.

The project focuses on addressing the transportation needs of three distinct populations: people with mobility, visual and hearing disabilities, people living in low-income neighborhoods and older adults.

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