Updated: May 18, 2022
On Friday May 13, 2022, AME20 held a Spring Meeting.
The agenda included committee updates, welcoming new members, and a panel of four emerging researchers discussing recent research that centers on the needs and experiences of travelers with disabilities and marginalized gender identities.
Watch a recording of the meeting (panel begins around 30-minute mark):
Moderator: Amy Fong, US Department of Labor
Panelists and Presentation Titles:
Kaylyn Levine, The University of Texas at Austin A Justice-Based Approach to Access: Five Opportunities to Address the Needs of People with Disabilities in Transportation Planning
Mahtot Gebresselassie, Carnegie Mellon University; York University (incoming) New Technology, Old Problems: Challenges of Wheelchair-Accessible Transportation
Jamie Kwon, Rutgers University Disability, Traveling, and Access to Opportunities: The Role of Economic Resources
Maddy Ruvolo, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Disability Community Outreach for the Golden Gate Park Access and Safety Program: A San Francisco Case Study