2 edition of Planning social services transport found in the catalog.
Planning social services transport
|Statement||(by) A. King, C. Parker (and) A.W. Whitbread.|
|Contributions||Parker, C., Whitbread, A. W., Local Government Operational Research Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(3), 21 p.|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Mind the Gender Gap Planned mostly by and for men, transit in the U.S. has long failed its most loyal customers: women. But increasing efforts in focused data collection and gender mainstreaming are working to remedy those failures. Social Services Minibus Transport. Pembrokeshire County Council's Social Services operate a fleet of 18 fully accessible vehicles, which carry people to and from day centres and social activity centres throughout Pembrokeshire. The buses undertake approximately , client journeys each year, of which 17, are for wheelchair users.
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