• April 19th, 2024

The aging of the population in the United States (U.S.), particularly the “baby boomers,” is bringing about new challenges to maintaining safe mobility for older adults that are well recognized in the transportation community. As research continues to better understand and respond to these challenges, three complementary and interdependent goals have emerged: 1) to help older drivers continue to drive as long as they can safely do so; 2) to facilitate the transition from driving to non-driving; and 3) to support comfortable and convenient community options for those who are no longer able or choose not to drive.

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