Interested in learning more about transportation in your community? Want to help shape the future of transportation in your region? Get involved by attending public meetings, joining working groups, helping your neighbors, or advocating for change.

Attend Public Meetings

Join Groups Working on Key Issues

  • Regional Coordinating Councils work to improve transportation for seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, low-income commuters, and others in regions around Massachusetts
  • Transportation advocacy groups bring riders together to advocate for service improvements:Join or start a transportation working group in an organization you already belong to

Help Others

  • Help a friend or neighbor by driving them, escorting them to a medical appointment, or showing them how to ride the bus
  • Volunteer as a driver or medical escort with your local senior center or other human service organization

Share Your Opinions

  • Write letters to the editor in your local newspaper
  • Contact your local or state elected officials

National Resources


 

This information is provided by EOHHS Human Service Transportation Office