The MARD Centre is committed to improving the safety, mobility, and support of medically at-risk and medically impaired drivers and all road users. The MARD Centre also is committed to reducing the social and health impacts, as well as the economic costs, associated with medically impaired driving.
Community of Practice
MARD invites you to join its Community of Practice for Alternate Transportation for Seniors.
To join, please send us an email (email@example.com) with your name, organization, and phone number.
This Toolkit provides communities in urban and rural Alberta with the
resources needed for the successful development and implementation of
sustainable, responsive models of ATS services.
Click here to download a PDF copy of the Toolkit.
Capital Region Transportation Needs Assessment of Seniors and Persons with Disability
The report provides an assessment of the effects of predisposing, enabling, and need factors on different types of transportation needs (e.g., medical, essential, social, etc.) acrossdifferent segments of the population (seniors and PWD), and across different settings (urban and rural). The research also is unique in that it provides information not only on the factors affecting the transportation mobility of seniors and PWD in urban and rural settings, but also assesses, with the same sample, the attributes needed to make ATS and ST services more user-friendly. The research also provides information on the importance of the availability of ATS and ST services, intermunicipal transit (IMT) services, and regional medical transit (RMT) services in communities in the Capital Region, as well as the importance of municipal funding for these services.
Click here to access the report.