MAPC is partnering with the Town of Wellesley on the Route 9 Enhancement Study & Plan, a community-outreach-driven study for the Route 9 Corridor that will provide tailored strategies for addressing the functionality and form of the roadway and corridor. Be sure not to miss the next public forum!
Weren't able to make it to our 2015 Fall Council Meeting? Read up about everything you missed on our blog!
Visit our project website MetroFuture in Action at projects.metrofuture.org to explore exactly how MAPC's 30-year plan for Greater Boston is being implemented on the ground.
The Massachusetts Food System Plan will establish a vision for a food system that is socially just, environmentally resilient, and ripe with economic opportunities. You can help by providing your feedback!
Along with MassCommute, MAPC hosted a sold out breakfast forum for employers and municipalities to learn about innovative ways to address transportation problems in Greater Boston.
MAPC recognizes the need to plan for housing that is adequate, decent, and affordable to people with a broad range of incomes, as well as concentrated near jobs and transportation networks.
MAPC works with municipalities and state agencies to support group purchases and individual retrofits of LED street lights, which greatly help reduce municipal energy consumption and expenditures.