Articles Tagged With: paratransit
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March 2012

Wheelchair accessible taxis coming to NYC

Terry Moakley is an accessible transportation advocate. He was employed at United Spinal Association in East Elmhurst, N.Y., for 36 years and he continues to serve on its board of directors. Moakley also is past-president of the Association of Travel Instruction, whose members primarily are public transportation travel trainers or mobility specialists. He can be contacted at tmoakley@unitedspinal.org.

September 2011

2011- Women In Transportation: Judie Smith

Title: Regional VP of Southern California Organization: MV Transportation City: Los Angeles

September 2011

‘Differently-abled’ riders require alternative travel training levels

Terry Moakley is past-president of the Association of Travel Instruction, www.travelinstruction.org. He is also a member of the United Spinal Association’s board of directors and currently chairs its VetsFirst Committee.

June 2011

BART launches mobile seat lab to elicit customer feedback

The mobile seat lab took several months to create and contains four stations, each equipped with several different seats.

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