We put together a list of helpful materials that can help you develop a plan for transportation and learn more about how to get where you want to go. Use the links to get more information.
Disability Rights Florida
Disability Rights Florida is an organization that protects and advocates for individuals with disabilities. Check out their webpage on transportation.
Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged
This group helps make sure that everyone in Florida can get low-cost, high-quality transportation. Click here to go to their website.
Florida Developmental Disabilities Council
The FDDC wrote a paper about transportation that you can read here. If you need help understanding it, ask a friend, family member, or support staff.
Florida Association of Coordinated Transportation
Each Florida county has a person called a community transportation coordinator who can help you connect to transportation services. Contact them for a list of services in your county, including private bus, van, and taxicab services. You can visit this website to find out who your local coordinator is, or you can call the TD helpline: (800) 983-2435.
Let’s Go! A Guide to Getting around Your Community in Florida
This is a guide to transportation programs that meet the needs of people with disabilities. Click to here to see the guide.
Easter Seals Project ACTION ADA Transportation
This project gives information about transportation and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Go to their website now.
National Center for Mobility Management
The National Center for Mobility Management helps communities plan for how they will provide transportation to everyone. Visit their website at nationalcenterformobilitymanagement.org.