Mobility for Minnesota's Aging Population

Mobility for Minnesota’s Aging Population (MMAP) is a member-based collaborative of public, nonprofit, and educational experts representing the needs of the aging population by working to maintain and improve mobility for the aging community. MMAP's mission is to  improve the safety and mobility of Minnesota’s aging population by creating and supporting new initiatives and by promoting policy, research, and public education.

MMAP has joined Minnesota’s TZD initiative and other organizations to support safe travel of older adults and to seek alternatives to driving a car,  to result in fewer deaths of older Minnesotans on the state’s roadways and improved safety overall.

Many other states have begun to address the needs of older drivers with long-range action plans. In Minnesota, MMAP will facilitate partnerships of public and social service agencies and private groups to develop best practices, policy initiatives, and mobility options that build on other states’ accomplishments.



Assessment, Training, Education 

Transportation and Mobility Options

  • MinnesotaHelp.Info: Searchable database of community resources, including transit alternatives
  • MnDOT Complete Streets: Resources for ensuring a transportation system that includes all modes and serves all ages and abilities
  • MnDOT Office of Transit: Public transit options in Minnesota, by county
  • Senior LinkAge Line: Statewide telephone referral to local transit options 1-800-333-2433

Resources for Families in Transition

Research and Statistics

Resources for Professionals

Resources for Communities