Mobility and Access Priority Group Projects

The Mobility and Access Priority Group has completed several projects designed to work toward ensuring all older residents in Larimer County have access to key services and quality of life opportunities.

COMPLETED PROJECTS 2014 -2016

Sponsored Senior Transportation Forums facilitated by Martin Carcasson with the CSU Center for Public Deliberation.

Sponsored Senior Transportation Forums facilitated by Martin Carcasson with the CSU Center for Public Deliberation.

 
Coordinated and promoted travel trainings in conjunction with Fort Collins, Loveland and Berthoud. These trainings continue to be offered.

Coordinated and promoted travel trainings in conjunction with Fort Collins, Loveland and Berthoud. These trainings continue to be offered.

ongoing PROJECTS  

Partners with local senior centers, transit agencies and other groups to promote alternatives to driving. Participates in community events and distributes educational materials throughout Larimer County.

Partners with local senior centers, transit agencies and other groups to promote alternatives to driving. Participates in community events and distributes educational materials throughout Larimer County.

 
Serving as an advisory board to the Larimer County Office on Aging for a Rural Senior Transportation Study.

Serving as an advisory board to the Larimer County Office on Aging for a Rural Senior Transportation Study.

2017 PROJECTS

In July, 2017, the Larimer County Senior Transportation Needs Report was completed.  The report is the result of an extensive needs assessment of senior transportation in unincorporated Larimer County.  A small working group has been formed to further research and define the details of recommendations from the report, and to focus on integrating transportation providers and services in the county. These recommendations will be presented to the County Commissioners. The Mobility & Access priority group will be involved throughout this phase and will have input into the implementation phase as well. This report can be viewed here.

FUTURE PROJECTS

As part of our commitment to our county and to the National Network of Age-Friendly Communities, we have submitted our new Age-Friendly plan to AARP. We are now recruiting volunteer teams to help design and implement new projects from that plan.  Those projects are described here.