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Traffic control, specifically speeding, has been a priority for the CSNA. I read with interest an article published in WSJ concerning the issue of mature citizens, their driving abilities, and associated travel expense. I thought this article, which I have attached, might be an interesting resource to the community in relation to our concerns about traffic. This article might also be of interest to those grappling with the issue of driving and aging parents.
I also want to point out that Mary Wade provides free transportation to individuals over the age of 65. On weekends the transportation is available for social events, IE, shopping, visiting, and worship. During the week transportation is available for physician and dental visits. Transportation is free, chaircar accessible and door-to-door assistance is provided. The transportation is made possible through funding from the Community Development Block Grants(CDBG) from the City of New Haven, Title IIIB funding through the Agency on Aging, Council on Governments(COG) and Mary Wade.
Those who are interested can call, 203.562.7222 and ask for Rosanne Mondrone, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link to the article: