At the January 2019 meeting of the TRB Paratransit Committee in Washington DC, TRB staff made known that TRB was going to be launching its Centennial Website, and was looking for volunteers to write for the website a Centennial Paper for the Paratransit Committee. I volunteered KFH’s Buffy Ellis, a past–and very effective–chair of the committee. Buffy accepted but corralled me to help co-author the paper. Ian Detmore of PennDOT and Patrick Scalise of NYU also contributed to the paper. The published paper, entitled TRB’s Paratransit Committee: A Forum for Mobility Innovation Since 1974, can be found here.
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