Transportation Means Access

We live in a state where most people just hop in a car and drive when they want to go somewhere, but demographic changes are making people think again about what it means to have access to jobs, healthcare, shopping, entertainment and other aspects of community life.

The number of people who don't drive or don't own a car is increasing in our state.  Some choose not to, and some have no choice, as you'll read in Why Should You Care.

Help improve access for everyone.  Show Up & Speak Up for transportation options.  Click here for tools that help you connect the dots between transportation and access.