Sunday, September 25, 2011
Learning to Take The Bus
Learning to take the bus or other public transit helps all of us, even those with disabilities, access their community and the surrounding ones. Use mass transit to go to work, go shopping, or visit friends. If you're uncertain about which bus will take you where you want to go most transit systems have someone to help you master it. Call them to find out about travel training classes or for help determining how to get to your destination. Schedules are available at transit hubs and other public areas. This video is courtesy of AARP but applies to anyone who needs to get around. Even those of us who have managed to get to the ripe old age of 58 without riding the bus more than a few times. So if you're disabled, trying to cut back your carbon footprint, or just trying to make your car last longer the AARP has provided this video to help you out.