$50 Million for Active Streets Certification Program in House’s Transportation Bond Bill

This week, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed its version of the Transportation Bond Bill and included $50 million for the Active Streets Certification Program! MAPC has been working continuously with our partners at MPHA, T4MA, MassBike, WalkBoston, Livable Streets, and the Act FRESH Campaign, our allies in the State House, and municipal leaders to […]

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Local Energy Planning in Medford

MAPC’s Clean Energy Division has just unveiled a video about our Local Energy Action Program in Medford. The City had already done a lot of clean energy work before reaching out to us. A Green Community, Medford had set the goal of reducing its municipal energy use by 20% by 2014. By 2013, it had already […]

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Open House 2014!

Was it the best Open House yet? At the very least, it was a great one. Nearly 300 planning enthusiasts – legislators, municipal officials, planners, activists, students, and community members – formed an engaged, engaging crowd in the MAPC offices on January 28, 2014. They browsed displays, chatted with staff, and generally created a happy […]

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