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May 18, 2011

Foundation helps enhance travel training programs

Group developed a grant initiative to benefit Centers for Independent Living and their Travel Training Programs.


March 1, 2011

Travel Instruction group to meet in Philadelphia

The conference assists its national and international members by providing educational opportunities and showcasing best practices.


July 24, 2009

Ariz. agencies to be honored for ADA efforts

The ADA Liberty Progress Award is granted to a community organization or advocate whose intent and actions embrace the accessibility, inclusion and advancement of Arizonans with disabilities.


May 13, 2009

Conference for transit trainers set for St. Louis

Association of Travel Instruction, whose members teach persons with disabilities of all ages and seniors how to use public transportation systems safely and independently, will hold its Ninth Annual Continuing Education Conference from July 31 to August 2, 2009, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel–Downtown, St. Louis.


March 27, 2009

T&I discusses transportation issues for disabled

Issues include ensuring adequate funding for public transit; making communities, infrastructure and transportation services more commuter friendly and more accessible; and helping persons with disabilities with transportation costs, and making transportation services more affordable.


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