Seeking Examples of How SRTS Programs Include and Accommodate Children with Disabilities

 

Children with disabilities are an important audience for SRTS efforts, since they are more likely than others to rely on alternative transportation modes throughout their lifetimes. Schools provide a wide variety of educational programs that address and accommodate these children. The National Center would like to know how schools and communities are incorporating this experience into their SRTS initiatives.

The National Center plans to develop case studies based on the examples provided, which will available on the Web site. This effort is part of a larger effort by the National Center to highlight the ways in which SRTS programs can and do benefit all children.

Please send your stories and ideas to Jim Elliott at jelliott@tooledesign.com and/or share this message with others who may have experiences to contribute. Thank you!