seniors

Canadian non-driving seniors less likely to engage in activities outside the home

By Robbie Webber A study of out-of-home participation in social and civic activities among Canadian senior drivers and non-drivers sheds light on the problems faced by both individuals and communities to keep older adults engaged and healthy. Of particular concern was the finding that non-driving

New transit models: Laguna Beach and Uber partner for senior transportation services

By Mary Ebeling In Laguna Beach, CA, bus ridership has experienced a steady decline in recent years, motivating elected officials to reduce main-line fixed-route bus headways from 30-minutes to 1-hour and eliminate service in some locations altogether. Starting in mid-June, the city will partner

Free transit passes improve London’s youth and older riders’ mental health and sense of community

By Robbie Webber Two separate studies from London show that providing free transit passes can improve the sense of belonging, decrease isolation, and improve mental health in both youth and older adults. Adults over 60 and those with disabilities can obtain a Freedom Pass, which allows free