Transportation Advocacy Coalition (TAC)

Before going to a regular scheduled meeting, please verify with the appropriate contact person that the meeting is actually taking place.


  • Time
  • Monday, June 1, 2020 • 5:30 PM
  • Where?
  • City Hall, Levi Lincoln Chamber, 455 Main Street - Map It
  • In order to ensure the continuation of active public engagement, the City of Worcester will now use a phone conference line for members of the public to participate in all public meetings in the Levi Lincoln Chamber. Please call 415-655-0001 (Access Code: 730323290) to participate. The City of Worcester will also allow residents to live stream all public meetings via the City of Worcester website and the Local Government Channel. Learn More...

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Looking for a Board Member:

The Worcester Regional Transit Authority | WRTA is looking for an individual, who is a resident of a surrounding town (Not a Worcester resident), to join their Advisory Board and represent the interests of the rider community.

Please contact if you have any questions or interest.

The Research Bureau is pleased to present its latest report The Implications of a Fare-Free WRTA:

Our meetings usually take place at Easter Seals Massachusetts in Worcester on the 3rd Thursday at 11 am of every month. . Please contact to confirm meeting and for more information. Please let us know if any accommodation requests at least 3 weeks prior to the meeting date.

The vision of the TAC is to minimize barriers to transportation, which is a necessity for greater Worcester residents, and to create a system that is accessible to everyone.

The TAC advocates for reliable, safe, affordable, accessible, dependable transportation that is responsive to the needs of all community residents, particularly of low-income residents, families, people with disabilities and elders who depend on public transportation.

We have a FaceBook group called: Waiting for the bus. This is a place where we can talk about the problems of mass transit and how we can work to make it better. Complaints are encouraged, but personal attacks will not be tolerated.