AARP Community Challenge for More Livable Communities
Help your community become more livable! See how past grant winners have improved their communities for all ages.
Solutions Forum on the Future of Transportation: Part 2
AARP’s Jana Lynott and Politico’s Tanya Snyder discuss the future of transportation with experts in community transportation and innovators in mobility.
Solutions Forum on the Future of Transportation: Part 1
AARP Senior Policy Advisor Jana Lynott presents her research on the disruption to transportation services in the United States and globally.
The AARP Livability Index: Great Neighborhoods for All Ages - AARP
Brief introduction and overview of the AARP Livability Index
Universal Mobility as a Service - AARP
No matter age, income, disability or community size, everyone can get from here to there easily, safely and affordably with Universal Mobility as a Service—a new vision for the future of transportation.
House of Freedom: A Home for Older Americans — AARP
From nonskid floors to wide doors, we look inside this universal design home, built in 1961 by AARP and a building trade association. AARP founder Ethel Percy Andrus presented a model of it to President Dwight Eisenhower at the White House.
Part I: Livability Index Relaunch - AARP
The AARP Public Policy Institute Livable Communities team introduces the 2018 Livability Index, explaining its full capabilities and why it’s so relevant, unique, and important. Included is a hands-on tutorial on how to use this interactive tool.
Fort Worth Better Block Challenge — AARP
The Linwood area of Fort Worth, Texas, teamed up with Team Better Block and AARP Livable Communities to create a safer, more pedestrian-friendly neighborhood.
Buffalo Fruit Belt Challenge — AARP
Buffalo's Fruit Belt neighborhood teamed up with Team Better Block to transform the community into a more lively, energetic and engaging environment for all its residents.
Columbia Avenue Better Block Challenge — AARP
At the intersection of Columbia Ave. and St. Joseph Blvd in Fort Wayne, Ind., traffic moves quickly as pedestrians try to navigate between a riverside pathway and the neighborhood. The AARP Community Challenge grant helped spur this project on.
Camden Alley Challenge — AARP
Camden, S.C., had a challenge: how to get people to go from one side of the town to the other without their cars. A small grant from the AARP Community Challenge made it all happen in just one weekend.
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