ACEC/MA advocates for infrastructure funding that enables our professional member firms to deliver safe, impactful and sustainable solutions. Here is compilation of our recent work from several other webpages, demonstrating our efforts in coalition with other organizations to advocate for transportation funding.
The bottom line for these efforts: Massachusetts needs new, additional funding to create the transportation system we need and deserve, to reduce green house gases, reduce congestion, repair and modernize our system, make our infrastructure more resilient to climate change, and improve the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents.
We are ramping up efforts to contact legislators and state leaders, with the goal of winning passage of a new 5 year transportation bond plus additional revenue for transportation.
Here are some of the recent reports to give you more information:
Developed by The Transportation Table (T3), Report Issued 11/12/2019, More >
Developed in coalition with the Kendall Square Association and several other business organizations, Report issued 10/30/2019. More >
Developed in coalition with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and several other business associations and chambers. Survey Results issued 10/30/2019, More >
Also part of the effort:
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