This document discusses the challenges countries face in adapting their health and social systems to meet the mobility needs of the aging population.
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Transport and Mobility Needs for an Ageing Society from a Policy Perspective: Review and Implications — National (11/18/2021)Source: Association
Older Adult Population and Neighborhood Walkability by Metropolitan Area Size and Degree of Urban Sprawl — National (09/29/2021)Source: Association
The results of the modeling procedure suggest a positive association between the population of older adults in 2015–2019 and neighborhood walkability.
Gap Exists Between Seniors’ Opinion of Driving Ability and Performance — National (05/29/2019)Source: Association
The majority of older adults rate themselves as excellent drivers though one in four had a wreck in the previous five years.
Challenges for Older Drivers in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Settings — National (03/22/2018)Source: Association
Along with age-related factors, geographical settings-urban, suburban, and rural areas- also contribute to the difference in fatal crashes among older drivers.
Nearly 80 Percent of Drivers Express Significant Anger, Aggression or Road Rage — National (07/14/2016)Source: News
A significant number of U.S drivers reported engaging in angry and aggressive behaviors over the past year. Nearly 2 in 3 drivers believe that aggressive driving is a bigger problem today than three years ago.
Driving Simulator Training Is Associated with Reduced Inhibitory Workload in Older Drivers — National (07/04/2016)Source: Association
In demanding cognitive tasks, older people mostly experience more problems than younger people, and their brain workload is higher.
Critical Older Driver Errors in a National Sample of Serious U.S. Crashes — National (07/01/2015)Source: Association
A study was done to determine which senior driver errors caused the most prevalent serious crashes.
Does Attention Capacity Moderate the Effect of Driver Distraction in Older Drivers? — National (04/01/2015)Source: Association
With age, a decline in attention capacity may occur and this may impact driving performance especially while distracted.
Development of Safe-driving-system Features for Elderly Drivers — National (07/04/2014)Source: Association
This paper is a result of research done on existing vehicle systems that are in place promote safe driving.
Driving Rehabilitation Programs for Older Drivers in the United States — National (06/27/2014)Source: Association
This study describes various options for driving rehabilitation programs offered in the United States.