The National Center for Mobility Management is a national technical assistance center funded through a cooperative agreement with the Federal Transit Administration and operated through a consortium of three national organizations—the American Public Transportation Association, the Community Transportation Association of America, and Easterseals Inc. Learn more about us by downloading our brochure.
The mission of the Center is to promote customer-centered mobility strategies that advance good health, economic vitality, self-sufficiency, and community.
Strategic Goal of the Center
To pursue, facilitate, and support partnerships between transportation/mobility management agencies and organizations that provide health-related, social, and community services to older adults, people with disabilities, and/or low-income individuals and families, with the goal of enhancing transportation options for all through coordination and mobility management practices and strategic partnerships.
NCMM, in collaboration with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and stakeholder networks, will:
- Promote transportation coordination and mobility management practices
- Pursue, facilitate, and support strategic partnerships between and within transportation/mobility management agencies and organizations that provide health-related, social, and community services
- Provide self-directed and customized technical assistance (TA), training, and support services to mobility management professionals, including peer-to-peer learning and dissemination of information on technological and operational best practices related to mobility management
- Implement planning and pilot grants to develop and test innovative, community-based transportation solutions
- Carry forward previously established baseline measures, update target performance measures, and perform continual evaluation of NCMM activities in the context of those measures
NCMM staff can help with researching answers to your question, facilitating community meetings, bringing trainings that inform your work, and providing other types of customized technical assistance. Contact information is below.
Amy Conrick, NCMM Director, 202-415-9692 – Biography
Areas of expertise: Innovation and human-centered design, health & transportation, veterans, and jobs and training
Liaison to FTA Region 8 (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY)
Enjoli Dixon, Project Associate, 708-815-0409 – Biography
Areas of expertise: Project management, grant writing, research, community/neighborhood planning, transit planning (route planning and transit facility/stop design), ADA issues, DEI, human centered design, Title VI, program evaluation and performance measurement, housing and transportation, compliance reviews
Liaison to FTA Region 4 (AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN, PR, USVI) and Region 7 (IA, KS, MO, NE)
William Reckley, Program Associate, 202-415-9682 – Biography
Areas of expertise: Land use planning, transit-oriented development, housing and transportation, real estate, economic development
Liaison to FTA Region 2 (NY, NJ) and Region 3 (DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV)
Judy Shanley, NCMM Partner Director, 202-210-1228 – Biography
Areas of expertise: Disability issues, career and workforce development, education and human services organizations, youth transition, shared-use mobility & individuals with disabilities, food & nutrition connections, systems change, program evaluation and performance measurement
Liaison to FTA Region 1 (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) and Region 5 (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI)
Bill Wagner, NCMM Deputy Director, 202-940-6036 – Biography
Areas of expertise: Transportation call center, grant writing, program management, transportation & housing for people with disabilities, Rural Health and Social Determinants of Health.
Liaison to FTA Region 9 (AZ, CA, NV, HI) and Region 10 (AK, ID, OR, WA)
Sage Kashner, Communications Associate, 202-940-6034