TRIPPS Program Director Kerri Ann Tester, LCSW will join seniors at the Putterham branch of the Brookline Public Library on Friday, April 8th at 10:30 a.m. Come meet the program director, share your own stories about getting around without a car, and get answers to your questions about transportation options for seniors.
If you're a Massachusetts resident aged 65 or older, you're eligible for a reduced fare MBTA Charlie Card. ...continue reading "How to Get an MBTA Reduced Fare Senior Charlie Card"
About a year ago, AAA came out with a study on the total cost of owning and operating a car. They found that the average driver in America would spend $8,698 over the course of a year, or $725 per month. ...continue reading "“Why Not To Drive,” Reason #1: Money"
Passionate about transportation and helping others? The TRIPPS program is actively seeking volunteers to join our energetic and stimulating team.
...continue reading "Calling all volunteers!"
Over the coming months, we'll be examining some of the most important reasons you might want to cut back on driving or even choose to avoid driving entirely. ...continue reading "Why Not to Drive: Our Top 10 Reasons"
The TRIPPS program provides education and support to Brookline and Newton (Massachusetts) residents aged 60+ looking for alternatives to driving, due to age, ability, or individual choice. ...continue reading "Introducing the TRIPPS Program"