Tag Archives | Metro Mobility

Here to There Episodes 7 (SOCIAL COHESION | circulator) & 8 (ACCESSIBILITY | wheelchair)

After a brief hiatus, Here to There is back with two new episodes. In episode 7, we take on the complex issue of social cohesion and the ways in which mobility and transportation impact the ability of individuals or groups to thrive as members of society. In the first half of the episode, we join […]

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Me with the sibkid on the tag-along.

Sunday Summary – July 24, 2016

It’s been a very hot week here in Minnesota, but not too hot for our writers with posts encouraging taking action on issues, looking at Pokestops in the Twin Cities, and some thoughts on getting around by following the rules of the road (and some common sense). We welcome new writers and new perspectives to […]

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Curbing Metro Mobility’s Growth

In order to accommodate riders with disabilities, transit agencies are required to make fixed route vehicles (buses and trains) accessible. They are also required to provide a demand responsive service (dial-a-ride) in the same geographic area and during the same time periods as the fixed route service. In the Twin Cities, that service is largely […]

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Getting There: A Forum on the Future of Public Transportation for Persons with Disabilities

Getting There will expore new and upcoming Metro Mobility changes, how the Olmstead Plan will affect transit options, and how Move MN is working to pass a transit reform bill. Transit users, providers, and officials are all encouraged to attend to learn about the future of public transportation for people with disabilities. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

Friday November 14 is the last day to register for this free event. Please call 952-920-0855 or email peterfricke@thearcgtc.org to register.

Getting There Postcard Nov 2014 (2)

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