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NIDILRR Seeks Public Comment on Transportation Priority

The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research is seeking public comment on their proposal to fund research that advances the development of robotics and automation to make transportation more accessible for travelers with disabilities.

The first project to be funded is entitled: Robotics and Automation Technology Application Development Supporting Independent Mobility.

The public comment period closes on May 20, so contact Marlene Spencer and include the phrase “Proposed Priority for Transportation DRRP” in the subject line. Visit the NIDILRR website to read the full priority.

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