The CCAM recognizes that transportation can be the major obstacle for people
with disabilities, older adults, children and youth, and other populations that
need various social and health services. Interagency partnerships are essential
to coordinate travel needs to help increase the quality of life for these
populations as well as for agencies to provide their services effectively and
efficiently. This database is designed to provide case study information of
useful practices identified to be highly effective in meeting three service
provision goals: increased efficiency, simplified access, and reduced
duplication. Each agency that submits information to this database should meet
one or more elements of the criteria defining Useful Practice: progress through
working together; planning for community needs; putting customers first;
adapting funding; and moving people efficiently (see
Help for definitions of each of the elements of these five criteria).
The goal of this web page is to collect and share information about the most
successful case studies of agencies that implemented projects meeting useful
practices criteria. These case studies are examples of practices that have been
implemented and are successful in improving transportation services for target
populations to help them access needed services more quickly, efficiently, and
easily. It is the sincere hope of the CCAM and contributors to this project
that practitioners will be able to search this website for ideas that they may
use in their own communities to meet the same goals.
Click the Useful Practices button above to begin.
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