Senate Bill No. 1080 aims to improve transportation services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The bill requires the Department of Transportation (DOT) to provide fare-free bus public transportation services for individuals with IDD who receive services from the Department of Developmental Services (DDS). It also mandates reduced fares for intrastate rail service for individuals with IDD. The bill further requires DOT and DDS to conduct a study on the demand and need for transportation services for individuals with IDD and submit their findings to the General Assembly. Additionally, the bill includes provisions for the development of a process for requesting the construction and maintenance of bus stops or shelters, the issuance of a request for proposals for nonmedical transportation services, and the provision of travel training programs. The bill also requires the Department of Developmental Services, in consultation with the Department of Motor Vehicles, to develop online training resources or videos for carriers and school bus drivers on interacting with individuals with IDD. The bill also makes changes to the requirements for obtaining removable windshield placards for individuals with disabilities. Overall, this bill aims to improve transportation access and awareness for individuals with IDD by providing free and reduced fares, conducting studies on transportation needs, and implementing various measures to enhance transportation services and resources for this population.