It's Our Move, Massachusetts

Transportation for Massachusetts (T4MA) is a diverse coalition of more than 100 member and partner organizations with a stake in improving transportation across the Commonwealth. Our coalition advocates at the state, federal, and local levels for transportation policies that are equitable, sustainable, and support economic recovery. We want a transportation system that strengthens our economy and our communities, while also being safer, healthier, more affordable and reliable. You can read more about our priorities here.

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    T4MA Announces 2022 Transportation Justice Grants

    Transportation for Massachusetts is pleased to award grants to twelve organizations around the Commonwealth working to improve mobility for underserved populations. Thank you to the Barr Foundation for their ongoing support! This is the fourth grant cycle for Transportation Justice grantmaking. More information is available at t4ma.org/tj_rfp. Grants have been awarded to... Action for Equity Bikes Not Bombs Coalition for Social Justice Community Economic Development Center Greater Four Corners Action Coalition GreenRoots Groundwork Lawrence Institute for Human Centered Design Mattapan Food & Fitness Coalition The Bike Connector The Welcome Project
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    Transit is Essential Statement on House Exclusion of Low-Income Fares Amendment

    “It is disappointing that the House chose to exclude from the final transportation bond bill a low-income fare program that would help thousands who are struggling with the burden of transit costs and the high cost of gasoline, is proven to increase transit ridership, and is supported by more than 80 percent of people across the Commonwealth. More than 90 percent of low-income MBTA riders don’t qualify for the limited existing low-income programs – for youth and seniors. This current system is simply not equitable. We will advocate vigorously for a low-income fare program as the bill moves to the Senate.”
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