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Provider Resource Toolkit

Accessible Transportation Services Resources for Providers

Alameda County Transportation Commission Special Transportation Program for Seniors and People with Disabilities
(Updated February 2012)

This “toolkit” of web-based and downloadable resources is organized in several sections for ease of navigation. Please note that information on a particular topic may be found in overlapping topic areas (such as “Transportation for People with Disabilities” and “Mobility Devices”). Plans and reports specific to Alameda County and the Bay Area are located in the final section of the toolkit, though information about local or regional sources of funding for accessible transportation projects and program is included in the “Funding” section. In general, presentations that have been made at Alameda CTC's Paratransit Advisory and Planning Committee (PAPCO) and Paratransit Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meetings are included under the most relevant topic area.This listing of resources is a work in progress, and will be updated and expanded over time. Please feel free to direct any comments or suggestions related to new resources, information, or links that should be included (as well as corrections, broken links, etc.) to Naomi Armenta, Alameda CTC Paratransit Coordinator, at or (510) 208-7469.

Resources are organized in the following sections:

  • Transportation for Older Adults
  • Transportation for People with Disabilities
  • Aging-Friendly Communities/Complete Streets
  • Coordination and Mobility Management
  • Travel Training
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Accessible Path of Travel/Access to Transit
  • Mobility Devices
  • Older Driver Safety
  • Taxi-Based Services
  • Flexible and Feeder Services
  • Volunteer-Based Transportation Programs
  • Ethnic and Cultural Communities/Persons with Limited English Proficiency
  • Health and Transportation
  • Funding
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Training Opportunities
  • Accessible Transportation Providers and Alameda CTC Partners
  • Alameda County/Bay Area Plans, Reports, Presentations and Initiatives