The Baby Boom Generation (born 1946 through 1964) began to turn 65 in 2011. As they age, the elderly population of the Baltimore region will increase, with consequences for transportation, healthcare, and economics. Part of the series "Directions: Travel Trends in the Baltimore Region."
|Date:||Jun 16, 2014|
Documents the need for improving mobility options for the existing and rapidly growing elderly population in the region, especially in lower density suburban areas.
Using data from the Household Travel Survey for the Baltimore region conducted by BMC in 2007-8, this brief report summarizes information about what effect certain individual and household characteristics have on people's travel patterns.
Lists public transportation and specialized transportation services available in the Baltimore region for individuals with special mobility needs, their caregivers and other interested individuals. This is the 5th edition of this directory.