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ABSTRACT. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides new but limited opportunities to promote or fund specialized transportation services for older people and adults with disabilities. This paper explains how states can use these largely untapped options to expand services for targeted low-income populations with mobility needs. It also presents two case studies illustrating how the Atlanta region and the state of Connecticut are making this work. pp. 42–58

Keywords: The Affordable Care Act; specialized transportation services; low-income populations with mobility needs

How to cite: Fox-Grage, Wendy, and Jana Lynott (2015), “Expanding Specialized Transportation: New Opportunities under the Affordable Care Act,” American Journal of Medical Research 2(2): 42–58.

Received 9 March 2015 • Received in revised form 25 March 2015
Accepted 28 March 2015 • Available online 20 September 2015



WENDY FOX-GRAGE
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JANA LYNOTT
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AARP Public Policy Institute,
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