Promising Practices

Mobility management professionals work collaboratively across sectors to create new promising practices that expand community members’ mobility.

Below is an ever-growing list of promising practices from communities around the country, listed with the most recent uploaded practice first. Click on the Topic menu to search for specific types of promising practices or simply scroll through to find one you are interested in.

Once you click on the practice, it will take you to a more detailed description.

Taxi-Based Employment Program in Partnership with WIB

Taxi-Based Employment Program in Partnership with WIB

  • Date: December 20, 2023

In collaboration with the local Workforce Board, FRTA obtained a grant to provide taxi rides for workers commuting to second and third shift jobs when public transit wasn’t available, offering the option to also stop at childcare facilities for dropping off or picking up their children along the route.

Medical Transportation Using Multiple Programs

Medical Transportation Using Multiple Programs

  • Date: December 20, 2023

SeniorCare operates a volunteer driver program for medical transportation funded by Title 3 and private donations, utilizing AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP volunteers, and they also provide information about other transportation options in the region to their riders

Outreach to Older Adults

Outreach to Older Adults

  • Date: December 20, 2023

The “On the Go” program, initiated in 2022 through a partnership between the Salina Senior Center, OCCK Transportation, and the Mobility Manager for North Central Kansas, aims to boost senior citizens’ usage of Salina’s public transportation system.

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