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Maddie Miller was born with spina bifida and has been confined to a wheelchair most of her life. Now 22 years of age and employed at the South Suburban YMCA in Des Moines, Miller takes great pride in her independence and relies on Dart transportation to get to and from work. The lack of sidewalks in her neighborhood, however, has put her safety and independence in jeopardy.
Letter to the Editor, by Don Corrigan, AARP Iowa Executive Council Member
Complete Streets
Road safety involves more than repairing potholes. It’s about designing safe, accessible streets to accommodate all kinds of travelers—pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and people with disabilities, as well as motorists.
Justin Merkey, Director, Parks, Recreation, & Cultural ArtCity of Gladstone, Missouri
By John Reinhart
Howard Peters for AARP Bulletin - IL State News
By Kelly Soderlund
By Gil Klein
By Bonnie Blackburn
By Hilary Appelman
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Mayor de Blasio has proposed making an already age-friendly New York City even friendlier by increasing funding for the Vision Zero initiative as part of his preliminary city budget.
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