Announcing a new international guide promoting transportation to and from school for children with disabilities

   This unique guide is prepared by an international team.

It has recommendations for ministries of education, school districts, heads of schools and teachers


recommendations for ministries of transportation and transport providers


    Topics include:

Affordability, distance, and safety

Rural and urban "walkability"

Transportation operated by schools or by public transportation operators

Resource sharing and mobility management

Funding sources

Travel training for children with disabilities


There is a special section for transport providers that discusses: contracting with others for student transport; operating your own vehicles; policies and procedures; selection and training of drivers and aides.                                                                                                   


The Guide is illustrated with fourteen case studies from -

Asia: India, Pakistan, Japan   

Africa: Nigeria, Kenya, Lesotho, Tanzania   

The Americas: USA, Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic


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AEI is a not-for-profit agency, founded in 1991, which  promotes accessible transportation for persons with disabilities around the world. This guide is produced and published by Access Exchange International  112 San Pablo Avenue San Francisco, California 94127, USA telephone 1-415-661-6355        

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