By Charlie Rutkowski

Summer Visits with the Seneca Nation and Mobility Management Teams in New York

Over the course of July, Charlie visited with the Seneca Nation of Indians to launch a Tribal Technical Assistance Project. He also visited with staff of Mobility Management of South Central New York in (MMSCNY) in Binghamton, New York as part of CTAA’s Technical Assistance Project to help develop employment transportation services in the Southern Tier of New York.

Charlie Rutkowski visited the Seneca Nation of Indians on July 15 and 16 to launch a Tribal Technical Assistance Project which will seek to enhance transit alternatives for tribal members. CTAA helped the Nation establish the Seneca Transit System six years ago. The current project will identify strategies to serve additional areas within the Nation’s two separate Territories, and also to coordinate with nearby non-tribal transit programs.

On July 18, Charlie Rutkowski visited with staff of Mobility Management of South Central New York in (MMSCNY) in Binghamton, New York as part of CTAA’s Technical Assistance Project to help develop employment transportation services in the Southern Tier of New York. MMSCNY is supporting initiation of vanpool and ridesharing for major employers in Broome and Chenango Counties.

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The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.