NJ TRANSIT’S COMMUNITY MOBILITY TRAINING PROGRAM: AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE

By Salvatore Pizzuro, Ed.D.
On January 29, 2007, the New Jersey State Assembly passed a bill that is designed to ensure that the pilot project that has provided mass transit training for a select group of people with disabilities will continue. This experimental program was originally implemented over four counties in New Jersey and included only New Jerseyans with disabilities who were eligible for “Access Link”, a travel support program for people whose disabilities preclude normal mass transit participation. The vote in favor of the bill was non-partisan and unanimous.

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