Part 1. International Overviews 1. Social Service Transport: Transport for Elderly and Handicapped Persons A. Hitchcock 2.
Belgian Policy on Mobility of Elderly and Handicapped Persons J. Harboort 3. An Overview of Developments in the United States
in Transportation for the Elderly and Handicapped W. G. Bell 4. Recent Developments in Provision for the Mobility of the Handicapped
and Elderly in France M. Benwell 5. Meeting the Transportation Needs of the Disabled: The Role of the Canadian Transport Commission
D. B. Silverstone 6. Handicapped Transportation: Myths, Reality and Roles for the Future G. R. Latham and D. Langille Part
2: Methodology and Concepts 1. Equity in Rural Michigan M. G. Mobey 2. Housing Location and Transport for the Elderly R. E.
Paaswell, E. Weinstein and M. Nalepa 3. Application of the Concept of Social Need in the Planning of Transport Services for
Elderly and Disabled People J. M. Bailey 4. Market Segmentation of the Transportation-Handicapped in a Small Urban Area of
the United States J. Benjamin, L. Sen and E. Walther 5. Determining the Accessibility of the Elderly in Urban Areas A. C.
Southern 6. Applications of the Concept of Equity to Cost Allocation: Two Approaches J. Collura and D. F. Cope Part 3: Experiences
in the Field 1. Physical and Attitudinal Barriers to Transportation Access for Disabled Persons J. J. Tait 2. The Special
Transport Service for the Handicapped within Stockholm County I. Berg and L. Christensson 3. Citizen Involvement Improves
Transit Planning: A Bay Area Perspective P. Piras, C. Weinstein and K. Lankasky 4. The Operation of Work of Two Voluntary
Transport Schemes R. Hedley 5. Working Toward Mobility with Handicapped and Elderly Persons M H. Snyder 6. Transport Service
for Disabled People in Stockport, England R. J. Lewis 7. Research Project 'Telebus' for the Handicapped in Berlin (West) E.
Pajonk 8. Managing Scarce Resources for Elderly and Handicapped Transportation Through Careful Market Segmentation: The Port
Authority of Allegheny County Experience W. W. Millar and D. M. Alschuler Part 4: Operational Response and Evaluation 1. Provisions
for the Handicapped in Dutch Bus Design J. W. Lubberding 2. Performance Evaluation of Alternative Forms of Coordinated Specialized
Transportation J. H. Miller 3. Wheelchair Travellers' Response to Life-Equipped Buses Operation in a Fixed Route Transit System
J. C. Falcocchio 4. Transportation Services for the Elderly and Handicapped: Special versus Mainstream Systems T. O. Wallin
5. DATS: Review of an Operating System D. Langille, S. Wilks, K. McGarry and G. Latham Part 5: Technology, Software and Technology
Sharing 1. Platform-Vehicle Interface of a Rail System-Stumbling Block for the Handicapped K. R. Leimbach 2. A Model Program
to Assure Use of Technology Transferred State Government to Local Transportation Providers B. J. Standish and S. Stevens 3.
Microcomputer Applications in the Management of Paratransit Operations R. V. Giangrande and L. J. Harman 4. Investigation
on a Combined Brake-Throttle Actuator for the Modification of Standard Automobiles for the Disabled O. H. Peters, U. Fligge,
S. Frembgen and W. Nemitz 5. A Simple Car Conversion Designed to Increase the Independence of Wheelchair Users M. M. Hawken,
S. Hodgson and J. D. Harris 6. An Ergonomic Evaluation of a Restraint System for Use in Short-Haul Transportation of the Physically
Disabled R. M. Heron, U. Rutenberg and R. Nishizaki 7. Some Recent Developments in Computer Technology for Transportation
of Elderly and Handicapped Persons A. U. Simpson 8. Equipment and Maintenance Requirements for Bus Operations Serving the
Elderly and Disabled J. D. Brogan and F X. McKelvey 9. Tests of a Wheelchair Restraining Module G. Kinghorn Part 6: Coordination
1. A Behavioral Approach to Interorganizational Coordination among Human Service Transportation Agencies M. V. Busko and A.
Saltzman 2. Community Initiatives and the Contribution of the 'Voluntary Sector' Towards Local Coordination of 'Special Transport'
in Britain. Policy Proposals for Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England G. Lightfoot 3. Coordinated Transportation Demonstration
Results J. E. Burkhardt 4. A Statewide Approach to Interagency and Intergovernmental Coordination of Public Transportation
and Human Services Transportation Resources Through Consolidated Sub-State Regional Transportation Planning and Operations
L. E. Sharpe 5. Billing Rate Analysis for Paratransit Operating Agencies W. R. Steinmetz and J. E. Kraus