We welcome new members to our coalition!

January 29, 2015

Transportation for Massachusetts welcomes five new members to our coalition to support transportation investment and excellence all across the commonwealth.

The 495/MetroWest Partnership is a regional public/private collaborative representing 34 cities and towns and scores of businesses and institutions, with a longstanding interest and expertise in transportation issues.

The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission is the regional planning agency for the 32 cities and towns of our westernmost county, and serves as the regional Metropolitan Planning Organization.

The Coastal Trails Coalition is a group of citizens and communities in the Lower Merrimack Valley who advocate for the Coastal Trails Network, a public system of interconnected bicycle and pedestrian trails to enhance local recreation, conservation, education, and tourism opportunities.

The Community Economic Development Center in New Bedtord works towards economic justice in the local economy through people-centered development, connecting youth and adults to skill-building opportunities, and resources. They work with community networks and collaborations to promote cooperative action for social change.

The Hilltown Community Development Corporation serves 21 towns in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties. They work to improve the quality of life for Hilltown residents by addressing economic, housing, educational, social and community needs while preserving the rural character of the area. The communities served all have a population of under 2500 residents.

If your organization wants to work towards affordable, sustainable and reliable transportation solutions that serve us all, please come on board! Contact info@t4ma.org or call (413) 367-T4MA today.

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