AARP's Livable Communities: Rural Transit Connects
See how Washington state invests in rural public transportation that helps keep older adults connected in their communities and beyond.
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Race, Class and Housing in an Aging Society - AARP
Dr. Harrell discusses the intersection of age, class and race, and the tools that can be used to ensure that planners are addressing the needs of diverse communities.
The Vía RecreActiva: A Successful Open Streets Program - AARP
See how Guadalajara, Mexico's World Renown Open Streets program offers a 41 mile network of car-free streets that enable residents to walk, run, bike, skate, dance and play for a few hours every week, contributing to an overall culture of health.
Planning Complete Streets - AARP
The AARP Public Policy Institute shows how the Complete Streets program can help older adults.
Active Living for All Ages: Creating Neighborhoods Around Transit - AARP
Transit oriented development (TOD) facilitates the independence and mobility of older adults. Produced by Jana Lynott of AARP's Public Policy Institute in collaboration with Streetfilms.
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission Speaker Series on Creating Livable Communities - AARP
M-NCPPC Presents, "AARP and Livable Communities".