Lack of transportation is a barrier to quality of life for seniors, people with disabilities, and low-income individuals across Massachusetts. When state agencies, human service agencies, community-based organizations, and transportation providers partner together and coordinate their services, they can help their consumers overcome this barrier. The MassMobility project provides free assistance to organizations to help you coordinate with other community transportation services in your area. Coordinating can help you serve more people or be more sustainable. To learn more, contact us at email@example.com.
- Support efforts across Massachusetts to increase mobility for people with disabilities, seniors, and others who needs transportation
- Raise awareness about existing mobility options and transportation projects around the state
- Help community transportation serve more people and be more sustainable
If you work at a community agency or transit authority in Massachusetts, we welcome you to contact us to learn about how you can get involved in this initiative:
- We can work with you to explore effective and innovative solutions to your consumers’ transportation needs
- We can connect you to others in your area who have similar needs or who are implementing innovative approaches
- We would love to hear about your transportation challenges, ideas, and questions and to explore opportunities for working together
Across Massachusetts, human service agency staff, transit authorities and transportation providers, and advocates and self-advocates are coming together and forming Regional Coordinating Councils to improve mobility in their regions
- Regional Coordinating Councils stem from the Executive Order 530 report on improving quality and efficiency of paratransit services in Massachusetts
- To get involved, find your local contact person or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected with stakeholders in your area
Keep in Touch
- Contact us at email@example.com
- Visit our website for resources on transportation safety, local mobility resources, coordination, funding opportunities, and more
- Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to keep up to date on new developments in community transportation in Massachusetts
- Follow us on Twitter @MassMobility
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