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Jerseyville, IL

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Bike Audits

Description: Bike audits will identify possible locations for bike lanes, with the goal of connecting the north side of town to two grocery stores on the south side. The organization will recruit older adults will be recruited to participate in the audits.

Brunswick, GA

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Bike Audits

Description: This project will recruit older adults to participate in bike audits along the path of a proposed multi-use trail. Feedback from the audits will inform public meetings with residents and government officials.

Merrimac, MA

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Bike Audits

Description: Older adult volunteers will conduct a bike audit focused on areas they frequent. The audit will assess the condition of sidewalks and paths and inform efforts to implement an e-bike program.

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Norristown, PA

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Housing stability

Description: This project will combat housing instability by recruiting homeowners willing to share their homes with older adults who wish to age at home. The organization will conduct outreach efforts at community events, senior centers, houses of worship and public agency offices.

Malvern, PA

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2019

Project Category: Public or private transit access

Description: Officials with the Transportation Management Association of Chester County were concerned that signs at bus stops, as well as printed and online bus schedules, were difficult to use for older adults because of small text size or internet literacy issues. To solve this, TMACC created 15 large-print, bilingual signs and displayed them at popular bus stops. Two fixed-route bus lines serve the suburban and rural areas of northern and western Chester County, operating six days a week. This is the area's only public transportation, and many have no other way to and from work, appointments and shopping. Older adults are the system's largest ridership segment, since many do not drive and live in suburban retirement or assisted living communities. Plus, older adults can ride the bus for free.


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