Webinars

Archived Webinars


Coordination

What Barrier? Minimizing Challenges and Obstacles to Coordinated Transportation Planning to Improve the Participation of People with Disabilities and Older Adults: This webinar discussed policy and practice decisions that can be used to minimize any disruption that inclusive planning may cause. Speakers identified challenges and offered solutions from their varying professional roles. Speakers also addressed sustaining continued active engagement of people with disabilities and older adults in coordinated transportation planning.

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Collaboration Across Non-Traditional Partners: Strategies and Suggestions: This webinar focused on how to identify and engage non-traditional partners in coordinated transportation planning and in ways that capture the voice and perspectives of those populations. Speakers included representatives from a planning agency and an independent living center.

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Inclusion practices

Garnering the Support of a Diverse Range of Stakeholders in Human Services Coordination: This webinar focused on building capacity of inclusive coordinated transportation planning by assuring that the perspectives of those individuals who are culturally and linguistically diverse are reflected in inclusive practices. Panelists offered the experiences of transit and human services as they engaged an increasingly diverse group of participants in planning activities.

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What it Really Means to be Inclusive: This webinar explored the history and background of the inclusion movement. We heard from participants and practitioners about their experiences with inclusive planning projects, and how to make sure that your project is truly inclusive.

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Research

What's Research Got to do with It? Applying Evidence-based Practices to Improve the Participation of People with Disabilities and Older Adults in Coordinated Planning: This webinar explained how evidence-based research practices, such as data collection through surveys, can be used to inform strategies to engage people with disabilities and older adults in coordinated transportation planning. Speakers shared examples from SURTC Researchers and ACL Catalysts about how evidence-based practices are used in their work; how resources are used to identify evidence-based practices; how to tap into university transportation centers' (UTC) resources; and other federal and non-federal resources related to research.

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Social media

Social Media and Inclusive Transportation Planning: This webinar featured CTAA's then Communications Director, Scott Bogren, who is now the executive director, on effective, practical applications for Social Media in inclusive transit planning.