Policymakers should enact comprehensive planning statutes, regulations, and incentives that promote:
Policymakers should identify and take steps to mitigate potential natural hazards.
Funding for livable communities projects should be sufficient to:
Policymakers should use funding mechanisms aligned with AARP’s Taxation Principles
Any public-private partnerships must ensure full accountability to the public.
Policymakers should establish requirements or provide incentives for universal design features to be incorporated into homes.
Funding should be provided for homeowners to repair, modify, and make the residences of older homeowners with low incomes more energy efficient.
States should ensure the safety of intercity and charter vehicles. This should include testing of occupant-protection systems.
Policymakers should work in partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders, including consumer groups and the private sector, to ensure that automated vehicle
Policymakers and the private sector should implement Universal Mobility as a Service to expand access to transportation for everyone in the community.