Name: Larry Lindstrom
Title: Training Coordinator
Larry Lindstrom joined NJTIP in 2006 and worked on the initial NJ TRANSIT pilot program for travel training; he became a senior travel instructor with the organization in 2007 and joined the Voorhees Transportation Center as a training coordinator in 2013 with “NJTIP @ Rutgers.” Mr. Lindstrom specializes in one-on-one travel instruction, teaching persons with disabilities and others how to safely and independently utilize public transit. He also contributes to NJTIP’s group travel trainings and often represents NJTIP at various transportation seminars/outreach events. He has performed research work involving transportation needs of people with Autism for the Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation.
Mr. Lindstrom graduated from Rutgers University in 1977 with a B.A. in Economics. He went on to earn 30 credits in special education from various institutions. He worked for Kraft General Foods, served as a toll plaza supervisor for the Florida Department of Transportation, and taught special education in both Jersey City and Florida. Mr. Lindstrom is a member of the National Stuttering Association and Speak Easy support groups for people who stutter.