Stuck in Traffic? Red Line too crowded for you and your stroller? Waiting too long for the # 1 bus? Unable to get through Fresh Pond/Route 2 interchange? Can’t get home by bus from Danehy Field?
Cambridge Residents Alliance and the Mass Budget For All Coalition, with Co-Sponsors 350Ma Transportation Group, Green Cambridge, and Fresh Pond Residents Alliance, invite you to a
Solving Transit and Traffic Problems
in the Cambridge Corridor
Saturday, April 30, 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Cambridge Senior Center, 806 Mass. Ave., Central Square, Cambridge
Panel presentations and participant discussions:
Cambridge engagement – Mayor Denise Simmons, Councilor Dennis Carlone; Red Line Needs - John Antanucci (M.I.T Transportation Group); Green Line Needs - Ellin Reisner (Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership); State Legislature – Senator Pat Jehlen (2nd Middlesex District); Transit Equity - Rafael Mares (Conservation Law Foundation); Fresh Pond/Alewife Issues – Councilor Jan Devereux; Youth Needs – Elechi Kadete (Cambridgeport Neighbors Assn.); Transit & Affordable Housing - Concetta Paul (Save Our Section 8); Protecting Environment & Climate - Kirstie Pecci (MassPIRG); MBTA Fare Structure – Caroline Casey (T-Riders Union); Cycling - Steven Miller (Livable Streets Alliance).
Please register to attend at http://www.cambridgeresidentsalliance.org/transit_traffic_forum
To assist, please contact Cambridge Residents Alliance and Mass Budget For All’s transportation committee chairperson, Mike Connolly, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Committee: Torgun Austen, Mike Connolly, Jonathan King, John MacDougall, John Ratliff.
“PUBLIC TRANSIT IS A PUBLIC GOOD: Public transit is a lifeline for many communities and an economic driver for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It provides transit riders with opportunities to succeed by connecting them with education and employment. It provides good jobs and career pathways that enable transit workers to provide for their families. Public transit also protects against the degradation of our environment through reduced carbon emissions and gasoline consumption. Investing in public transit is essential to building and strengthening the economic and environmental well-being of our communities today and for future generations."
--Community Labor United Report
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