Affordable Housing and Transportation

  • Source: National Center for Mobility Management
  • Date: 08/04/2014

Residents in subsidized-cost housing often have complex needs that necessitate a variety of supportive services. Transportation access is integral to these residents being able to connect with those services as well as key destinations such work, grocery stores, child care, and medical services. Recognizing this, nonprofit and public housing groups are stepping up their efforts to help residents find and afford transportation options. This brief examines different strategies employed to support the travel needs of older adults, people with disabilities, and low-income families in connection with housing.

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