Meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of the month from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.
Until further notice, the Executive Committee meetings will be conducted remotely via Zoom video conference consistent with Governor Baker’s Executive Order of March 12, 2020. To provide public access to the meeting while limiting the potential for abuse of videoconferencing technology (i.e. Zoom Bombing) members of the public may view the proceedings at https://www.youtube.com/user/MAPCMetroBoston.
States and local government can advance policies and practices that reduce exposure to air pollution, and many have already begun this work.
A panel of experts will share examples of policies to improve indoor air qualities in homes. Panelist presentations will be followed up a Q&A.
Facilitation & Meeting Design
Funding opportunities for regional trail projects
Accelerating Climate Resilience Speaker Series
Redlining and Extreme heat
Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of the month from 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM.
Until further notice, the Officers meetings will be conducted remotely via Zoom video conference consistent with Governor Baker’s Executive Order of March 12, 2020. To provide public access to the meeting while limiting the potential for abuse of videoconferencing technology (i.e. Zoom Bombing) members of the public may view the proceedings at https://www.youtube.com/user/MAPCMetroBoston.
MAGIC meetings are held the first Tuesday of every other month from 9am – 10:30am on Zoom.
MAGIC hosts workshops and events of regional interest on alternating months.
The Future of Work
What today’s trends tell us about tomorrow’s commute
How has the pandemic changed commuting and work-from-home trends? What does this mean for future transit, housing, and economic investments?
Join us for a discussion on the future of work, where we’ll explore current commute patterns and discuss what could happen as more workplaces reopen throughout the fall and spring. Speakers will present findings from recent surveys to understand current and anticipated commuting practices, and a panel will discuss what these pandemic-related changes could mean for transit investments, land use and housing trends, worker flexibility, and more.
- Conor Gately, Senior Land Use and Transportation Analyst, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
- Scott Mullen, Transportation Demand Management Director, A Betty City
- Jarred Johnson, Executive Director, Transit Matters
- C.A. Webb, President, Kendall Square Associates
Register for the webinar here.
Co-sponsored by Transportation for Massachusetts
Health, Housing, Energy, Equity: Exploring the intersections
Join MAPC and partners for a training series exploring clean energy access for low- and moderate-income residents. Through this training series, participants will learn about available programs and resources related to clean energy, health, and equity in housing and how to make them work for people in their communities. This series is supported by an Affordable Access Regional Coordination (AARC) Grant from the MA Department of Energy Resources (DOER).