Transportation Advocacy Coalition (TAC)

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STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICE AND TRANSPORTATION

  • 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...

http://www.worcesterma.gov/city-clerk/public-agency-meetings/standing-committee-on-public-service-and-transportation10

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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 jbellil@eastersealsma.org if you have any questions or interest.

The Research Bureau is pleased to present its latest report The Implications of a Fare-Free WRTA: http://www.wrrb.org/reports/2019/05/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 jbellil@eastersealsma.org 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.