50 members strong!

April 13, 2015

We are proud to be at 50 organizational members with a statewide focus on transportation solutions to serve the entire Commonwealth.  We are glad to welcome the Middlesex 3 Coalition, the New England Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and The Congress for New Urbanism, New England Chapter.

Our diverse and growing coalition is working to deliver progress on transportation to ensure economic opportunity, accessibility and transit-oriented development for the 21st century. We welcome member groups to join our network to advocate for innovation, reform and revenue to deliver on a truly modern vision of transportation.  Please join us today!

The Middlesex 3 Coalition is a regional partnership of nine Middlesex County Communities: Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Chelmsford, Lexington, Lowell, Tewksbury, Tyngsborough and Westford with the support of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development.  Coalition communities share a common goal of fostering economic development,  job growth and retention, diversification of  the tax base and enhancement of  quality of life.  Members include stakeholders in local government, business,  finance, education and development who have combined resources to promote the competitive advantages of the region and advance the economic vitality of the corridor.

The Greater New England Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society works to improve quality of life for individuals and families affected by MS, and raises funds for cutting-edge MS research to stop disease progression, restore lost function, and end MS forever.  The MS Society advocates for transportation accessibility for all people with disabilities.

The Congress for New Urbanism, New England Chapter is a cross-disciplinary network of professionals and advocates working to build strong cities and towns in New England, by educating the public and the development community supporting projects consistent with the principles of New Urbanism at the local, state, and regional levels, and encouraging policies and regulations that promote traditional human-scaled urbanism.

Thank you to all our members for building a stronger coalition.




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