ELIZABETH, NJ – The City of Elizabeth Office on Aging and Lifelong Elizabeth will hold two Transportation Summits in celebration of Older Adults Month as part of the Lifelong Elizabeth – Age-Friendly City Initiative Program.
Join Lifelong Elizabeth, a grant funded program through Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, the City of Elizabeth Transportation Department and the City of Elizabeth Office on Aging to learn about the many transportation options available to get around the city and how to become a safer driver. The program will include raffles, giveaways, and snacks. All sessions will be translated into Spanish.
Information will be provided from: NJ Transit; NJTIP@Rutgers; AARP Driver Safety; City of Elizabeth- Transportation Department; City of Elizabeth – Office on Aging; AAA and CarFit; Union County Para-Transit; AccessLink; EZ Ride – Ride 4Lyfe; Uber/Lyft and more.
The Lifelong Elizabeth Program is a community-led, city endorsed initiative that is making our city a great place to grow up and grow old.
The event dates are as follows:
*Tuesday, May 14, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Elizabeth Public Library – Main Branch, 11 South Broad Street, Elizabeth.
*Thursday, May 30, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Peterstown Community Center, 408 Palmer Street, Elizabeth.
The Program is free and open to the entire public. To RSVP, contact Carlos Herrera at 908-352-8375, or firstname.lastname@example.org, for further information about the Lifelong Elizabeth Program.
This program is made possible by funding from the Grotta Fund for Senior Care, officials and partners throughout the City of Elizabeth all coming together to Elizabeth to develop a livable city for all.