What We Do
Investigate the quantitative and qualitative needs for transportation required to access health and human services.
Catalog the scope and effectiveness of existing transportation services as well as their accessibility to those most in need.
Create free or low-cost solutions available to our partnering organizations in response to identified unmet transportation needs.
Recruited volunteers to the subcommittee from Maryland New Directions, Fort Worthington Neighborhood Association, Johns Hopkins University, Zion Baptist Church and Israel Baptist Church.
Developed a directory of transportation resources in Baltimore City with focus on affordable services available to seniors and to those with disabilities.
Conceived (1) an initiative to fund a community transportation navigator to assist residents in connecting to transportation services; (2) a collaboration with a transportation advocacy coalition aimed to transform Baltimore into a more livable, walkable 21st century City; (3) a funding solicitation to increase access to transportation services for our organizations’ clients in need.