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New! From the American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center

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All people who live in rural areas need transportation, including American Indians and their tribal members with disabilities. However, tribal needs are often more pronounced than those of other rural Americans; and transportation planning can be complicated by immense distances across tribal lands, cumbersome administrative demands and other challenges.

For more information on tribal transportation problems and solutions, read "Tribal Transportation: Barriers and Solutions" at http://www.aidtac.org/tribaltransportation.htm This report is available in large print, Braille, and ASCII DOS text.

For alternative formats, contact: Valerie Costilla at costilla@selway.umt.edu  or 866-424-3822 (toll-free).

Message distributed by:

Diana Spas, Information Coordinator
Research and Training Center on Rural Rehabilitation Services,
The University of Montana Rural Institute: 
Center for Excellence in Disability Education, Research and Services
52 Corbin Hall
Missoula, MT 59812-7056

(888) 268-2743 Toll-free, RTC Main Office
(406) 243-5760 Diana's Office
(406) 243-2349 Fax

http://www.aidtac.org  and http://rtc.ruralinstitute.umt.edu 

 

 

 

 

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