Central Massachusetts Long Range Transportation Plan

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Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission invites decision makers, stakeholders, and members of the general public to attend a meeting to discuss “Mobility2040” – the Long Range Transportation Plan for the Central Massachusetts region. CMRPC is seeking feedback on transportation major infrastructure projects, initiatives and policies. Transportation priorities such as congestion, freight, transit, roadway maintenance, bicycle and pedestrian, and other transportation modes will also be discussed at the meeting.

This effort is a follow-up to the initial public meetings and input received in the fall of 2014. This meeting will help finalize and recommend the transportation investment priorities for Central Massachusetts over the next 25 years. CMRPC is undertaking this effort on behalf of the Central Massachusetts Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMMPO). The CMMPO, comprised of locally-elected and state officials, sets regional transportation policy and determines where to allocate federal funds.

Please visit our website at www.cmrpc.org/mobility2040.. Here you can learn more about the plan, watch a video, and review initial survey results and other information materials.

Your comments can help CMRPC’s planners to develop a wide-ranging, action-oriented transportation plan. The “Mobility2040” plan being developed also will serve as a basis for allocating limited federal money aimed at roadways, bridges, and public transportation facilities.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 6:00 PM in the CMRPC Union Hall at CMRPC Offices, 2nd Floor, Union Station, 2 Washington Square, Worcester. Please contact Mary Ellen Blunt at mblunt@cmrpc.org or (508) 459-3337 with any questions or requests for further information.
This meeting is in an accessible location and materials can be provided in accessible formats. If you would like special accommodations, such as an interpreter, please contact the CMRPC at: (508) 756-7717 at least one week prior to the meeting.