The 2016 Moving Together Conference

Date: 9/29/2016 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM

Location: Boston Park Plaza Hotel
50 Park Plaza
Boston, Massachusetts

Capacity:

726/750


Overview

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SOLD OUT!

Thursday, September 29, 2016
7:45 am – 4:30 pm

See photos from this year's conference by clicking here!

This year's conference will take place on Thursday, September 29, 2016, 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza at Arlington, Boston, MA.

• Attend workshops and panels that highlight current pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation topics.

• Network with colleagues representing diverse interests from the public, academic and private sectors.

• All new site visits and mobile workshops led by engineers and bicycle/pedestrian advocates.

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**SPECIAL PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016**

Pre Moving Together Conference after work walk and social hour, sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Transportation Engineers (MAITE) & the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP).
 
Join your fellow active transportation professionals on an after work walk highlighting the history of Boston transportation following the original outline of the Shawmut Peninsula (roughly the length of present-day Washington St). Meet @ 5:00 pm at Hubway dock on corner of Stuart and Charles. Social hour to follow at Rocco’s Waterfront Café (450 Commercial Street).

**SPECIAL POST-CONFERENCE EVENT: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016**

**The Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) Social Hour**
The Young Professionals in Transportation will be hosting a social hour immediately following the Moving Together Conference at MJ O’Connors - located next door to the conference. YPT will be providing light appetizers (while supplies last). Everyone is welcome!

Young Professionals in Transportation provides networking, professional development, and fellowship opportunities for young professionals in the transportation field. YPT does not provide an age definition for young - its membership and events are open to all.
https://yptransportation.org/chapters/yptboston/

 

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Last year's conference sold out! This is the one conference you don't want to miss.

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Testimonials

"I enjoyed the opportunity to connect with other professionals in the field. In particular, I think it's great that MassDOT provides an opportunity where people from government, private and non-profit sectors can mingle. There should be more events like this."

"Informal discussion and interaction with pedestrian, bike, transit, health and safety experts at all levels - from tiny community groups to high level officials - in a physical setting that is comfortable and beautiful."

"It was great to see that innovative projects are happening around the state, and to learn what the challenges and opportunities are for promoting mode shift across the state."

Moving Together 2016 promises to be even bigger and better!

MT16 is a MassDOT GreenDOT event. GreenDOT is MassDOT’s comprehensive sustainability policy that promotes the healthy transportation modes of walking, bicycling and transit.

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The History of the Moving Together Conference

In 1998, both the statewide bicycling action plan and the statewide pedestrian action plan, called for the establishment of an annual statewide conference for educational and networking purposes. The first two of these conferences were held in Worcester, MA in 2000. In May, at Clark University, 50 people gathered to discuss only walking issues. Later in the year, at the Worcester Holiday Inn, 50 people focused only on bicycling issues.

In 2005, the conference moved to Boston. The first several years, the conference was held at the Marriott Courtyard on Tremont Street. Interest continued to grow until attendance hit approximately 250 persons and the conference moved to a larger venue at the Back Bay Sheraton.

The conference continued to grow and in 2013 the conference was held for the first time at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. Transit joined the conference as a featured mode. In 2014, more workshops than ever were offered along with the addition of site visits. Over 650 people attended the event. It continued to bring together transportation leaders and individuals involved in the areas of planning, public health, bike and pedestrian safety, transit, advocacy, elected office, law enforcement and education.

 

2016 Moving Together Sponsors

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Transystems Logo AECOM Logo

Howard Stein Hudson logo      Weston & Sampson logo      HDR Logo       Fuss & ONeill Logo       Pare Corporation Logo    Tetra Tech 50 Years Logo     Stantec Logo     Michael Baker International Logo     Beals & Thomas LogoWSP Parsons Brinckerhoff Logo 

City Point Partners Logo      WorldTech Logo  Toole Design Logo    

Kittelson & Associates Logo     Alta Planning Logo      

 
Sessions
Sessions
Thursday, September 29, 2016
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1A-Georgian Room: Transportation and Economic Development
This panel addresses transportation’s role in economic development from three unique perspectives: corridor, neighborhood and region. Multimodal improvements to the Arsenal Street corridor in Watertown, challenges with demand outstripping supply in the Seaport District, and Westfield’s Barnes Airport highlight aviation as a significant economic catalyst.
Moderator: Scott Bosworth, MassDOT
Panelists: Michael Clark, MassDOT
Denise Garcia, MassDOT Aeronautics
Patrick Sullivan, Seaport Transportation Management Association

Michael Clark Presentation
Denise Garcia Presentation
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1B-Berkeley/Clarendon Rooms: Open Streets
Across the nation and the Commonwealth, Open Streets events are gaining in popularity.These events are temporary street closures that allow people to use the streets for walking, bicycling, dancing, playing and socializing. Learn how cities as diverse as Lawrence and Somerville are successfully holding Open Streets events while informing the future public outreach of the MassDOT’s Statewide Bicycle Plan update.
Moderator:Betsy Goodrich, Merrimack Valley Planning Commission
Panelists: Vilma Martínez-Domínguez, City of Lawrence Mayor’s Health Task Force
Greg Jenkins, Somerville Arts Council
Pete Sutton, MassDOT

Greg Jenkins Presentation
Pete Sutton Presentation
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1C-Statler Room: Innovative Technology: Improving Bicycling, Walking and Transit
Innovative multimodal approaches are necessary to serve our growing population. These three featured cutting edge improvements offer more attractive conditions for transit riders, bicyclists and pedestrians alike: Bicycles in roundabouts, cloud services to recover stolen bikes, MassDOT’s ADA Transition Plan GIS curb ramp inventory. As an extra added bonus, a special presentation Bicycle Data Fly Through of downtown Boston by Strava.
Moderator: Andy Paul, MassDOT
Panelists:Tom Bertulis, Design Consultants, Inc.
Ken Smith, Rejjee
John Lozada and Greg Sobczynski, MassDOT
Jonathan Nelson, Strava

Lozada-Sobczynski Presentation
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1D-Arlington Room: Climate Change and Transportation
The panel will cover statewide initiatives on climate mitigation and adaptation.  Included are MassDOT’s on-going efforts to assess state-wide transportation assets’ vulnerability to climate change, with the a focus on riverine flooding, the MBTA’s plans for future climate-induced weather events, as well as analyzing the risks to assets such as the Boston Harbor Walk from changes in extreme precipitation.
Moderator: Tim Lasker, MBTA
Panelists: Lily Oliver, MassDOT
Marybeth Riley-Gilbert, MBTA
Julie Wormser, Boston Harbor Now

Marybeth Riley-Gilbert Presentation
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1E-Imperial Ballroom: MEGA SESSION #1 Update on Massachusetts Safety Programs
Several statewide programs focused around bicycle pedestrian and transit safety continues to advance public awareness, making the Commonwealth a national role model. Topics being presented range from Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Enforcement and Equipment Grants to teaching seniors and people with disabilities the skills and information they need to ride public transit independently and safely. Updates on both MassDOT’s Safe Routes to School and Highway Safety Improvement Programs will also be featured.
Moderator: Mike Smith, Baystate Roads
Panelists: Bonnie Polin, MassDOT
Jeff Larason, Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
Nikki Tishler, MassDOT
Rachel Fichtenbaum, Executive Office of Health and Human Services
David Watson, WatsonActive
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2A-Statler Room: Made in Massachusetts
Transportation-related manufacturing is an important force spurring economic development, large and small. Bicycling, walking and transit are all catalytic components of this growth. From custom-made footwear and bicycles to an entire plant being constructed in Springfield to assemble new MBTA Red and Orange Line trains, learn more about these locally-sourced products.
Moderator: Katy Zazzera, MassDOT
Panelists: Matt LeBretton, New Balance
John Lewis, Seven Cycles
Lydia Rivera, China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation

John Lewis Presentation
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2B-Berkeley/Clarendon Rooms: Leadership In Commuter Options
The Massachusetts ECO Awards are a celebration of the exemplary contributions Massachusetts employers and colleges/universities have made toward encouraging and supporting employees who use green, sustainable and healthy transportation options in the Commonwealth. Employers make a difference by encouraging employees to travel to work by public transit, bicycling, walking and through the promotion of carpools and vanpools.
Moderator: Diane Hanson, MassRides
Panelists: Mike Blackwell, Digital Lumens
Holly Sutherland, University of Massachusetts Boston
Steven Bandarra, Worcester State University

Steven Bandarra Presentation
Mike Blackwell Presentation
Holly Sutherland Presentation
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2C-Arlington Room: Hot Topics In Transit
This session explores the most recent developments in technologies for transit that facilitate operations and improve customer service. System-wide dashboard metrics, mobility in light of significant demographic changes - needing to connect anywhere and everywhere, and expanding regional ferry service to new destinations are highlighted.
Moderator: Phil Groth, MBTA
Panelists: Rachel Bain, Assistant Secretary, Office of Performance Management & Innovation, MassDOT
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting
Astrid Glynn, Administrator, Rail and Transit
Nathan Peyton, Deputy Chief of Staff, MassDOT
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2D-Georgian Room: Multimodal Bridge Redesign
MassDOT’s Complete Streets approach to bridge reconstruction takes into consideration all modes, providing improved pedestrian, cycling, vehicle and boat navigation facilities. Three prominent bridges are highlighted in this presentation: the recently completed award-winning Burns Bridge in Worcester, the in-construction I-95 Whittier Bridge in Newburyport and the currently planned replacement of the North Washington Street Bridge in Boston.
Moderator: Michael Trepanier, MassDOT
Panelists: Mike O'Dowd, MassDOT
Barry Lorion, MassDOT
Murthy Kolla, MassDOT

Murthy Kolla Presentation
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3A-Arlington Room: Site Visit: Vision Zero Walking Tour
Reducing the number of traffic-related fatalities to zero is the objective of this global initiative. This neighborhood guided walking tour will highlight the need for critical infrastructure improvements for both bicyclists and pedestrians while also identifying existing and planned strategies to meet this challenging objective. Tour is limited to the first 25 attendees to sign up at the registration table the morning of the conference.
Guides: Becca Wolfson and Doug Johnson, Boston Cyclists Union
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3B-Hotel Lobby: Site Visit: Separated Bicycle Lanes on Causeway and Staniford Streets
The Connect Historic Boston initiative is a partnership between the City of Boston and the National Park Service to make travel in downtown Boston easy and fun. The initiative seeks to improve access to visitor centers, partner sites, and other historic sites in Downtown Boston as well as serve everyday walking, bicycling and transit trips for work, shopping, health, and services. Tour is limited to the first 25 attendees to sign up at the registration table the morning of the conference.
Guide: Bill Egan, City of Boston
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3C-Hancock Room: Site Visit: Infra Space Project I-93 Underpass, South End
Currently being developed on approximately eight acres of property previously used for construction staging and materials storage, MassDOT is improving connectivity between the surrounding neighborhoods for pedestrians and bicyclists. The project improves the ability of the traveling public to shift transportation modes, along with urban design enhancements which create a sense of place and encourage additional use of the site. Tour is limited to the first 25 attendees to sign up at the registration table the morning of the conference.
Guide: Robin Blatt, MassDOT
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3D-Registration Table: Site Visit: Tour of New MBTA Government Center Station
The modernization of Government Center Station, which began in 2014, incorporated many major enhancements that have transformed both the exterior and interior into a welcoming, contemporary environment. The hub of the Green and Blue lines is now more comfortable, convenient, and fully accessible for the first time in its 118-year history. Tour is limited to the first 25 attendees to sign up at the registration table the morning of the conference.
Guide: Heather Hume, MBTA
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3E-Georgian Room: Planning 101: Mass. Ave. in East Arlington - A Case Study
Panelists from three different perspectives relay a remarkable story of turning initial public sentiment completely around. Through the cooperative effort of MassDOT, MBTA, neighborhood advocacy and the town of Arlington, this project has realized a number of significant Complete Streets accomplishments.
Moderator: Eric Bourassa, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Panelists: John Michalak, Nitsch Engineering (formerly of Fay Spofford & Thordike)
Phil Goff, East Arlington Livable Streets
Laura Wiener, Town of Arlington

John Michalak Presentation
Phil Goff Presentation
Laura Wiener Presentation
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3F: Statler Room: Focus 40 Open House
Focus40 is the 25-year vision for how the MBTA can meet the needs of the Greater Boston region in 2040. Join us for an interactive open house where we will preview the work Continuum - a user-centered design firm - has done to help us gain additional insights on our customer’s experience, needs, and desires. We will also be presenting some potential future scenarios for the region in 2040.
Presenters: Scott Hamwey, Jennifer Slesinger and Caroline Koch Vanasse, MassDOT
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3G-Berkeley/Clarendon Rooms: Regional Planning Agencies Long-range Bike/Ped Plans
Extensive planning for active transportation is also taking part at the regional level statewide. Learn more about regional bike share and bicycle tourism in western Massachusetts, a multi-year trail mapping initiative in central MA, and a comprehensive biking and pedestrian network along outer Cape Cod.
Moderator: Gabe Sherman, MassDOT
Panelists: Sheri Bean, Montachusett Regional Planning Commission
Martha Hevenor, Cape Cod Commission
Chris Curtis, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
Beth Giannini, Franklin Regional Council of Governments

Sheri Bean Presentation
Chris Curtis Presentation
Beth Giannini Presentation
Martha Hevenor Presentation
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3H: MEGA SESSION #2 Imperial Ballroom: MassDOT's Complete Streets Funding Program:  Municipal Progress and Perspectives
Complete Streets emphasize improving safety and access for pedestrians, cyclists and transit users. Municipalities are required to pass a Complete Streets Policy and to develop a Prioritization Plan to be eligible for construction funding. This session will give an overview of the progress of the Program to date. It will also feature three municipal perspectives on developing policies and prioritization plans, as well as highlight some of the first funded local projects.
Moderators: Eileen Gunn, MassDOT and Lou Rabito, Howard Stein Hudson
Panelists: Aaron Clausen, City of Beverly
Nicolas Bosonetto, City of Lowell
Steven J. Tyler, Town of Spencer

Eileen Gunn Presentation
Steven J. Tyler Presentation
Nicolas Bosonetto Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4A-Georgian Room: Innovative Advocacy: Improving Bicycling, Walking and Transit
Targeting new audiences requires new strategies. Panelists will share their insight on promoting mode shift. Organizing the Midnight Marathon bicycle ride, expanding bike share into environmental justice communities and pushing for fast, frequent, reliable and effective public transportation are highlighted.
Moderator: Richard Fries, Executive Director, MassBike
Panelists: Greg Hum, Boston Bike Party
Marc Ebuna, TransitMatters
Kim Foltz, BostonBikes
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4B-Berkeley/Clarendon Rooms: Regional Transit Agencies Responses to Emerging Trends
Several statewide planning initiatives are happening at the regional level. Presenters from across the state will discuss their agency’s involvement in such varied topics as RideMatch, an online tool to find transportation resources statewide; on the graying of America and how it may disrupt traditional transit provision as well as coordinated demand response service across five communities.
Moderator: Aniko Laszlo, MassDOT
Panelists: Price Armstrong, Pioneer Valley Transit Authority
Frank Gay, Greater Attleboro Regional Transit Authority
Bonnie Mahoney, Montachusett Area Regional Transit

Price Armstrong Presentation
Bonnie Mahoney Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4C: Arlington Room: Interactive Session for MassDOT’s Statewide Pedestrian Plan, DCR Parkways Study and MAPC Planning Active Transportation Tool
The Pedestrian Plan will focus on both improving MassDOT’s walking infrastructure and providing direction and guidance to municipalities on best practice in planning and maintaining pedestrian networks. DCR’s Parkway Study aims to set priorities for maintenance activities and capital improvements throughout Metro Boston, while MAPC unveils its brand new Planning Active Transportation Tool. This interactive session will describe work completed so far and solicit input on all Plans.
Moderator: Jackie DeWolfe, Director of Sustainable Mobility, MassDOT
Panelists: Pete Sutton, MassDOT
Dan Driscoll, Department of Conservation and Recreation
Tim Reardon, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Nick Jackson and Beth Isler, Toole Design Group

Pete Sutton, Beth Isler Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4D-Statler Room: Active Transportation-based Tourism
Learn how three locally-based business enterprises are promoting the Commonwealth through cycling, walking and coach travel. Each put their unique spin on attracting market share: Statewide group rides and customized family bicycle adventures, a ground travel meta-search website that searches Amtrak, Greyhound, Megabus and other operators for the lowest fare, and annual walking concert tour promoting advocacy, local arts/culture.
Moderator: Phyllis Cahaly, Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism
Panelists: Gary Briere, River's Edge Cycling
Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards, Massachusetts Walking Tour
Staffo Dobrev, Wanderu

Staffo Dobrev Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4E-Imperial Ballroom: MEGA SESSION #3 Roundtable: How to Avoid and/or De-Escalate Road Rage
It doesn’t matter if you are driving, biking, walking or taking the T, traffic congestion in and around our cities can be a major challenge. Panelists from all modes will engage in a frank discussion to curtail road rage – particularly when directed upon bicyclists and pedestrians - and the need to stop the “Me First” approach, working together to make our streets safer and better for everyone.
Moderator: Steve Miller, Livable Streets
Panelists: Erin Deveney, MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles
Mary Maguire, Director, Public/Legislative Affairs, AAA Northeast
Captain John Danilecki, Boston Police
Brendan Kearney, WalkBoston
Bekka Wright, Bikeyface.com
Sponsors

Join Our 2016 Sponsors and Exhibitors

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Howard Stein Hudson Logo      Weston and Sampson Logo      HDR Logo       Fuss and ONeill Logo       Pare Corporation Logo     TetraTech 50 Years Logo     Stantec Logo Michael Baker International Logo   Beals and Thomas LogoWSP Parsons Brinckerhoff Logo    

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2016 EXHIBITORS

  New England Traffic Solutions Logo     Big R Bridge Logo          BETA Group Logo

   Mass Mobility Logo  Transportation for Massachusetts Logo    East Coast Greenway Alliance Logo   Cambridge Systematics Logo    Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Logo     Mass Commute Logo

     Mass Rides Safe Routes to School Logos      Young Professionals in Transportation Logo    Zagster Logo Central Transportation Planning Staff Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization    Walk Boston Logo    Metropolitan Area Planning Commission Logo  Transit Matters Logo   Association of Pedestrain and Bicycle Professionals Logo

 

What Moving Together Can Do For Your Company or Organization

When you exhibit at Moving Together, your company or organization will be visited by over 500 professionals involved in healthy transportation, planning, design, construction, public health, bike and pedestrian safety, transit, advocacy, elected offices, law enforcement and education. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet with the key decision makers involved in pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation. In addition, there are several opportunities to promote your company or organization through special sponsorship opportunities being offered throughout the day.

Benefits for sponsors/exhibitors include:

• Logo recognition on conference exhibitor website page.

• Name and logo listed in conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• Your company name and booth number listed in the schedule at a glance that is distributed the morning of the event.

To register to be a sponsor or exhibitor at Moving Together, please click on the "Exhibitor Package" link below.

 

EXHIBITOR PACKAGE

 

SPECIAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

GOLD LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a GOLD Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Gold Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Logo on event email and direct mail marketing materials.

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• Company banner displayed in main ballroom.

• Listing on workshop session agenda signs outside each room.

• Two complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $3,000.00

 

SILVER LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a SILVER Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Silver Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Logo on event email and direct mail marketing materials.

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• One complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $1,500.00

 

BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a BRONZE Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Bronze Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• One complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $750.00

 

EXHIBITOR BOOTH

Your Exhibitor Booth Includes:

• A 6-foot skirted table, one chair and one waste paper basket

• Additional chairs are available on request, depending on the number of attendees registered by your organization

• One complimentary attendee registrations

• An electrical outlet

Cost: $500.00

For-Profit Fees include an exhibit booth and a complimentary conference registration, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks. Exhibitor assistants must pre-register online at $100.00 each.

NON-PROFIT EXHIBITOR: EXEMPT FROM EXHIBITOR BOOTH FEE

Includes an exhibit booth. Each agency attendee must pre-register online for the conference at $100.00 each. Non-Profit agencies interested in being a sponsor must pay regular sponsor fees.

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES: EXEMPT FROM EXHIBITOR BOOTH FEE

Includes an exhibit booth. Each agency attendee must pre-register online for the conference at $100.00 each. Governement agencies interested in being a sponsor must pay regular sponsor fees.

  

 

To register to be a sponsor or exhibitor at Moving Together, please click on the "Exhibitor Package" link below.

EXHIBITOR PACKAGE

Registration forms can be faxed (413-545-9569) or emailed to avillani@umass.edu. We welcome walking, bicycle-friendly and transit-friendly vendors, businesses, professional planning/design/engineering services, educational and non-profit advocacy groups.

Questions can be directed to Aldo Villani at the Baystate Roads - (413) 577-2743.

Map of Plaza Hotel second floor rooms and exhibitor booth locations

Map for illustration purposes only. Booth location is approximate. Exhibitor booths will be located in Plaza Ballroom and on Mezzanine. Location choice is offered to Gold then Silver sponsors in order of registration payments received.

 

BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORSHIP


 

Schedule

The 2016 Moving Together Conference Schedule

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Boston Park Plaza Hotel

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street

Boston, MA 2016

**SPECIAL PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016**
Pre Moving Together Conference after work walk and social hour, sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Transportation Engineers (MAITE) & the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP).
 
Join your fellow active transportation professionals on an after work walk highlighting the history of Boston transportation following the original outline of the Shawmut Peninsula (roughly the length of present-day Washington St). Meet @ 5:00 pm at Hubway dock on corner of Stuart and Charles. Social hour to follow at Rocco’s Waterfront Café (450 Commercial Street).

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Updated 9/6/16. Subject to change

Time

Activity

All Events on the Second Floor

7:45a – 8:45a

Registration/Exhibits

Registration is on the Mezzanine. Exhibitors are throughout the Mezzanine area and in the Plaza Ballroom.

See Meeting Rooms Map


8:45 – 9:15

Welcome Session

 Pete Sutton – Master of Ceremonies, Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Coordinator, MassDOT
Thomas Tinlin - Highway Administrator, MassDOT

9:15 – 9:30

Break/Exhibits

 

9:30 – 10:45

Concurrent Session #1

(See Sessions tab for details)

10:45 – 11:00

Break/Exhibits

 

11:00 – 12:15p

Concurrent Session #2

(See Sessions tab for details)

12:15 – 1:15

Luncheon / Keynote Address

Stephanie Pollack, Secretary of Transportation & Chief
Executive Officer, MassDOT

Awards: Safe Streets/Smart Trips High School Video Contest 

1:15 – 2:30

Concurrent Session #3

(See Sessions tab for details)

2:30 – 2:45

Break/Exhibits

 

2:45 – 4:00

Concurrent Session #4

(See Sessions tab for details)

4:00 – 4:30

Closing Remarks

 Steve Woelfel - Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Transportation Planning, MassDOT

Special  Presentation: Data Fly Through of Moving Together Site Visits by Strava

   

**The Young Professionals in Transportation
(YPT) Social Hour**
The Young Professionals in Transportation will be hosting
a social hour immediately following the Moving Together
Conference at MJ O’Connors - located next door to the
conference. YPT will be providing light appetizers (while
supplies last). Everyone is welcome!

Young Professionals in Transportation provides networking,
professional development, and fellowship opportunities for
young professionals in the transportation field. YPT does not
provide an age definition for young - its membership and events
are open to all.

https://yptransportation.org/chapters/yptboston/

Directions

Shift Your Mode to the Conference!

The Park Plaza Hotel is located only 200 yards from the Boston Common & the Public Garden.

In keeping with the spirit of the Moving Together 2014 Conference, we are encouraging attendees to use healthy travel alternatives. Attendees are encouraged to walk, bicycle, take public transportation, or carpool to the conference. Below are several transportation options and resources to help make your trip to the conference healthy, environmentally friendly and cost efficient:

Bicycle to the Conference

Carpool or Vanpool to the Conference

Walk to the Conference

Take Public Transportation to the Conference

Bicycle to the Conference

Park&Pedal

Park & Pedal is a free network of parking lot hubs conveniently located cycling distance from your city’s employment centers, allowing you to park your car in a designated spot, and pedal your bike to work, avoiding “last-mile” congestion.

Not only does it improve your health, but less driving and free Park & Pedal lots save you money!

Park & Pedal is the first network of its kind in the USA, and combines the efforts of local governments, employers, and individuals to solve the growing problems associated with commuting.

According to the US Department of Transportation, the average round-trip commute in the United States is 24 miles and increasing. While this is an unmanageable distance for most to ride every day, Park & Pedal provides a manageable and convenient step towards bike commuting.

Flexibility is perhaps the biggest strength of a Park & Pedal program, as individuals are able to choose how far they ride on any given day.

For more information and locations visit Park&Pedal.org.

Map of Park and Pedal Locations

 

Bike Valet 

Once again we will provide complementary bike valet parking at this year’s conference! Bicyclists should enter the Park Plaza Hotel at the Columbus Avenue entrance. Once inside, follow to the signs to find the valet.
Image of Park Plaza Hotel Valet Bicycle Entrance

BikeShare

Explore Metro-Boston’s Hubway BikeShare. Pick up a bike from any Hubway station in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, or Somerville, and return it at one of the Hubway station located near the conference.
Map of Hubway Locations
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For a list of Hubway stations or to sign-up for a Hubway click here.

Personalize Your Bike Route
Plan your bike trip to the conference with optimal routes generated by Ride the City. Ride the City routes are based on the Boston Bike Map and user feedback. To map your optimal bike route click here.

Boston Bike Routes
For a map of bike routes in Boston and surrounding areas click here.

Combine Bicycling and Public Transportation
Interested in combining bicycling and public transportation to commute to the conference? Click here to discover the rules and regulations on using and storing your bike on MBTA buses, subways, and commuter trains.

Carpool or Vanpool to the Conference

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Carpool

Save on gas, parking, and improve air quality by carpooling the conference! If you need assistance in finding a carpool partner to the conference, click here to contact MassRIDES to facilitate a Moving Together Conference carpool match. For more information on MassRIDES click here.

Vanpool

If you have a group of 12 or more individuals leaving from one location and commuting to the conference, consider forming a vanpool. To investigate forming a vanpool click here. *August 15, 2015 is the deadline to make an inquiry.

Walk to the Conference

Group Walking Tour

Walking to the conference is a great way to travel while exploring Boston. If you are interested in meeting as a group before the conference and taking a self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail on your way to the conference click here. For more information on the Freedom Trail click here.

Walking Tips

For safety tips and advice on walking to the conference click here.

Take Public Transportation to the Conference

MBTA Map 

MBTA logo

MBTA Subway Access

Public transportation is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to attend the conference. The Park Plaza Hotel is a short walk from the MBTA’s Arlington Station (Green Line), Back Bay Station (Orange Line, Commuter Rail, and Amtrak), and Tufts Medical Station (Orange Line and Silver Line). For more information to using the MBTA click here.

Customized MBTA Route Map

To create a customized MBTA route map to the conference click here.

Eco-Driving

If you drive to the conference, consider Eco-Driving. Eco-Driving is the modern and smart way to save fuel and conserve energy. Eco-Driving saves fuel costs and reduces air pollutants. For a list of Eco-Driving tips click here.

Parking

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel offers onsite valet parking for $48.00. Self parking at the Motor Mart Garage is also available across the street from the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.

Motor Mart garage is $20.00.

200 Stuart Street garage is $22.00.

Boston Common Parking is $28.00.

Surface Parking Lots

109 Arlington Street (84 spaces) is $20.00.

130 Arlington Street (71 spaces) is $20.00.

290 Tremont Street (100 spaces) is $15.00.

For additional information on the 2016 Moving Together conference hotel, including room rates, please visit the Park Plaza Hotel site.

 

Sustainability

Green Initiatives at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers believes that it is everyone’s responsibility to conserve natural resources. Through our green practices, we wish to reduce our overall carbon footprint on the planet, while maintaining the hotel’s immaculate luxury and elite service.

Efficient Purchasing of Natural Resources

The hotel utilizes a bi-fuel converter, allowing the most efficient natural resource to be purchased for hotel energy.

Employee Training

Employees are extensively trained on ways in which they can help with conservation.

Food & Beverage

The hotel composts biodegradable organic food waste, recycles all kitchen oils, and uses bulk dispensers & reusable containers for beverages, food and condiments. The hotel also uses reusable serving utensils, napkins and tablecloths when food and beverage is served.

Green Roof

A "green roof" was installed on the building to decrease heating and cooling costs and to help maximize energy efficiency.

Guest Room and Meeting Room Energy Management System

The Boston Park Plaza employs a state-of-the-art energy management system that detects when a guest room or public meeting room is vacant. The system turns off the heating and/or air conditioning and resets back to room temperature.

Lighting

Compact Florescent Bulbs have been installed in all guest rooms; these use less power and last longer than regular light bulbs.

Linen/Towel Reuse Program

Guests have the option to reuse their linen and towels in order to conserve natural resources.

Organic Herb Green House

An organic herb roof garden has been built so that the hotel’s culinary team has the freshest ingredients available.

Paper Conservation

In an effort to save paper, the hotel employs a paperless check-in/check-out policy.

Public Transportation

The hotel is located 1 block from both subway and bus transportation and is within walking distance of many restaurants, shops & attractions. This eliminates the need to drive.

Recycling and Using Recyclable Products

The hotel recycles cardboard, paper, aluminum, tin & plastic and purchases recycled and recyclable products.

Water Conservation

The laundry department employs a water reuse system which allows water to be cleaned and used 3 times before being disposed.

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Mary Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA)
Phyllis MA Office of Travel & Transportation (MOTT)
David FHWA
Dennis HNTB Corporation
Glenn Ann Brockton Area Transit (BAT)
Joshua FHWA
Wilfred FHWA - RI
Daryl MassDOT District 2
David MassDOT
Chris MassDOT
Grace MassDOT
Sarah MassDOT
Josh MassDOT
Anne MassDOT
Trevor MassDOT
Robbin MassDOT
Nicole MassDOT District 5
Michael MassDOT District 2
Sarah MassDOT District 3
Ethan MassDOT
Kevin MassDOT
Becca MassRIDES
Justin MassDOT District 1
Jeff MassDOT Aeronautics
Alex MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT District 4
Thom MassDOT
Cheryl MassDOT
Bob MassDOT
Peter MassDOT District 1
Boris MassDOT District 1
Jaime MassDOT/MBTA
Kershny MassDOT
Micah MassDOT/MBTA
William MassDOT District 1
Christian MassDOT District 1
Laura MassDOT District 2
Francisca MassDOT District 1
Matt MassDOT
Matthew MassDOT
Paul MassDOT District 2
Mark MassDOT
Sara MassDOT Aeronautics
Koby MassDOT
Amitai MassDOT District 6
Kevin MassDOT
Jean MassDOT
Thomas MassDOT Aeronautics
Theodore MassDOT
Katherine MassDOT District 1
Steve MassDOT
Brittany MassDOT
Al MassDOT
Tara MassDOT
Ronald MassDOT/MBTA
Alexander Private Citizen
Adam MassDOT District 3
Penny MassDOT
Eric MassDOT
Abril MassDOT
Anne MassDOT District 2
Joseph MassDOT Highway Call Center
Chester MassDOT HOC
Hasmukh MassDOT
Joseph MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT
David MassDOT
Behnam MassDOT
Alwin MassDOT
Jackson MassDOT
Muazzez MassDOT
Susan MassDOT
Guy MassDOT
Margarita MassDOT District 4
Thomas MassDOT
Lisa MassDOT
David MassDOT
Bryan MassDOT
Kimberley MassDOT
Linda MassDOT District 6
Claudia MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT
Lori MassDOT District 6
Paul MassDOT
William MassDOT
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Daniel MassDOT
Misrak MassDOT District 4
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Elizabeth MassDOT/MBTA
Derek MassDOT
Geraldine MassDOT District 6
Zach MassDOT
Trey MassDOT
Kevin MassDOT
Sheri MassDOT
Andrew MassDOT
Sheila MassDOT District 6
Sree MassDOT
John New Balance
Edward Pioneer Valley Transit Authority
Rachel MassDOT
Steven Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
George MassDOT
Lyris MassDOT
Sheri Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC)
Leah MassRIDES
Tom Design Consultants Inc
Kush MassDOT
Mike Digital Lumens
Robin MassDOT
Faye MassDOT
Nicolas City of Lowell
Scott MassDOT
Eric Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Curtis MassDOT
Gary River's Edge Cycling
Emily MassDOT-Safe Routes to School
Anthony MassDOT District 6
Michael MassDOT
Aaron Town of Beverly
Rick MassDOT
Chris Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC)
Captain John City of Boston
Michelle MassDOT
Brian Strava
Erin MassDOT
Jackie MassDOT
Thomas MassDOT
Staffo Wanderu
Keith MassDOT
Dan Dept. of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)
Courtney MassDOT District 6
Marc TransitMatters
Bill City of Boston
Scott MassDOT
John Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
Chris MassDOT District 4
Rachel MassMobility
Kate MassDOT
Deb Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
Kevin MassDOT
Kim Boston Bikes
Gary MassDOT/MBTA
Denise MassDOT Aeronautics
Rob MassDOT
Frank Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA)
John MassDOT District 6
Elizabeth Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG)
Astrid MassDOT
Jacquelyn MassDOT
Phil East Arlington Livable Streets Coalition
Elizabeth Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC)
Ryan MassDOT
Shannon MassDOT
Lt. Dan Massachusetts State Police
Philip MassDOT/MBTA
Eileen MassDOT
Meaghen MA Senate
Scott MassDOT
Diane MassRIDES
Pamela MassDOT District 5
Martha Cape Cod Commission
Greg Midnight Marathon Bike Ride
Heather MassDOT/MBTA
Jennifer MassDOT
Beth Toole Design Group
Nicholas Toole Design Group
Greg Somerville Arts Council
Doug Boston Cyclists Union
Brendan WalkBoston
Connor MassDOT
Eamon MassDOT
Caroline MassDOT
Murthy MassDOT
Alison Continuum
Jeff MassDOT
Tim MassDOT/MBTA
Aniko MassDOT
Patricia MassDOT
Alisa Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
Joshua
John Seven Cycles
Tom MassDOT
Jillian MassDOT
Barry MassDOT District 3
John MassDOT
Mary AAA Southern New England
Bonnie Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC)
Mark Massachusetts Walking Tour
Pamela MassDOT District 3
Vilma City of Lawrence
Senator Thomas MA Senate
John Nitsch Engineering
Steven Livable Streets Alliance
Saleema MassDOT District 6
David MassDOT
Annie Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
Lee Continuum
Andrea MassDOT
Michael MassDOT
Hongyan (Lily) MassDOT
Eric Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
Meredith MassDOT
Andrew MassDOT
Stephen MassDOT
Nathan MassDOT
Hung MassDOT
Lindsey Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
Bonnie MassDOT
David MassDOT
Bryan MassDOT
Phil MassDOT
Luciano Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Timothy Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Erin MassDOT
Judi MassDOT
Raianne Massachusetts Walking Tour
Marybeth MassDOT/MBTA
Lydia China Railway (CRRC)
Wilnelia Barr Foundation
Barbara Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
Samantha MassDOT
Ammie MassDOT
Carol Schweiger Consulting
Laurel MassDOT
Gabriel MassDOT
Jose MassDOT
Buck Continuum
Jennifer MassDOT
Ken Rejjee
Michael UMTC
Gregory MassDOT
Gary MassRIDES
Patrick Seaport TMA
Holly University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass)
Peter MassDOT
Thomas MassDOT
Nicole MassDOT
Michael MassDOT
Steven Town of Spencer
Linda MassDOT
David Watson Active LLC
Laura Town of Arlington
Jules MassDOT
Lee Ann MassDOT
Steve MassDOT
Becca Boston Cyclists Union
Julie Boston Harbor Now
Bekka Bikeyface
Nicholas MassDOT
Katy MassDOT
Lloyd AAA Northeast
Yusuf ABCD Mattapan Family Service Center
John Waltham Bicycle Committee
Wayne VHB
Matthew CDR Maguire
Joel Parsons Brinckerhoff
James Tetra Tech
Meredith VHB
Richard Stantec
Eleanor AAA Northeast
Sarah Private Citizen
Basil AI Engineers, Inc.
Craig Liddell Brothers, Inc.
Stefanie VHB
Richard WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Jeff 128 Business Council
Eric Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Mike WSP / Parsons Brinckerhoff
Stacey WalkBoston
Eugene Weston & Sampson (WSE)
Christine Nitsch Engineering
Hannah Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Michele TransAction Associates
Rebecca Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Scott VHB
Rachel WSP / Parsons Brinckerhoff
Donald Private Citizen
Nate Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Christopher Tetra Tech
Matt Alfred Benesch & Co.
Cynthia HDR
Eric BSC Group
Laurel Lexington Bicycle Advisory Committee
Laura VHB
Matthew VHB
Maureen McMahon Associates
David Jacobs
Michelle The Ciccolo Group
Andrew WSP / Parsons Brinckerhoff
Alan Stantec
Nina WalkBoston
Randall BETA Group, Inc.
Paul Design Consultants Inc
Laurie Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Kevin New England Traffic Solutions
Charles Alta Planning + Design
Hakim Transportation for Massachusetts
Aleece Stantec
Kevin TEC, Inc.
Jackie Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Jason Toole Design Group
Aaron Liddell Brothers, Inc.
Bill VHB
Trish VHB
James AECOM
Caroline VHB
Karen Alewife and Neponset Valley TMA
David Pare Corporation
Matt VHB
Kyle Panther International, LLC
Amir Tavana LLC
Larry MA Smart Growth Alliance
Michael BL Companies
James Environmental Partners Group Inc
Liz Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Mark Tetra Tech
Tom MassBike
Sarah Arborway Coalition
Joe BETA Group, Inc.
Cindy TransAction Associates
Gerald HDR
Richard MassBike
Robert AI Engineers, Inc.
James Charles River Transportation Management Association
Emily Hubway / Motivate
Dawn SRTS Grafton MA
Lucinda DuBois & King, Inc.
Karin Valentine Private Citizen
Matthew HDR
Mark Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Thomas Vineyard Green Cycles
Charles HDR
Dean Weston & Samspon (WSE)
Nidhi LivableStreets Alliance
Birendra Nitsch Engineering
Sandra Town of Bedford Planning Board
William Framingham Bicycle and Pdestrian Committee
Joanne McMahon Associates
Jennifer HATCH Marketing
Niki VHB
John Stantec
Molly East Coast Greenway Alliance
Joseph Quincycles
Nathan Cambridge Systematics
Kien BETA Group, Inc.
Marah Madison Park Development Corporation
Benny Environmental Partners Group Inc
Fayssal Nitsch Engineering
Heather Michael Baker International
Ray Private Citizen
Lisa Barr Foundation
Darshan BETA Group, Inc.
Joseph GPI
Angela Transportation for Massachusetts
Benjy Hubway / Motivate
Wayne Design Consultants Inc
Laurence Weston & Samspon (WSE)
Kathleen VHB
Jim Tetra Tech
Adam Alfred Benesch & Co.
Christine BETA Group, Inc.
Stacey Boston University (BU)
Timothy Electric Light Company
Derek BL Companies
Susan VHB
Nancy HNTB Corporation
Wendy WalkBoston
Nicholas Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
David Beals & Thomas, Inc. (BTI)
Andrea Merrimack Valley TMA/North Shore TMA/Junction TMO
Tracie VHB
Kimberly BL Companies
Kellan BSC Group
Josh Liddell Brothers, Inc.
Anthony BETA Group, Inc.
Jessica Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Thomas BSC Group
Mireille Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition
Travis HDR
Irene Private Citizen
Selma VHB
Caitlin
Lauren 128 Business Council
David
Jenna Cambridge Systematics
Lev Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
Daniel Alfred Benesch & Complany
William BETA Group, Inc.
Sean Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Anne Jacobs
Kevin VHB
John WalkBoston
Jennifer MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Bill WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Jay Michael Baker International
Rachel MASCO
Ryan Michael Baker International
Christine AI Engineers, Inc.
Mary Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Michael Weston & Samspon (WSE)
Colleen City Point Partners LLC
John CHA
Patricia TransAction Associates
Jay City Point Partners LLC
Howard Arlington Transportation Advisory Committee
Mike TEC, Inc.
Radu Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Alyssa HATCH Marketing
Paul MASCO
Rob Alfred Benesch & Co.
Albert VHB
Adi WalkBoston
Ryan VHB
KELLY T.Y. LIN INTERNATIONAL
Josh Transportation for Massachusetts
Glen Town of Andover
Christopher LTK Engineering Services
William BSC Group
Beth Tetra Tech
John AAA Northeast
Peter VHB
David innovative Paradigms
Kirstie MA Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG)
Thomas BL Companies
Kenneth BETA Group, Inc.
Essek HNTB Corporation
Michael WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Christopher Cambridge Systematics
Keri Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Peter BSC Group
Halley MA Dept. of Public Health (DPH)
Mike VHB
Joseph Massachusetts Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board (MABPAB)
Stephen VHB
Maddie Massachusetts Public Health Association
Allene TranSystems
Hugh Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition
Glenn Big R Bridge
Leah Zagster
Katie HDR
Joe Stantec
Joe Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Theresa TranSystems
Edward CDM Smith
Erik MBTA
Paul Harvard University GSD
Nick Toole Design Group
John CHA Companies
William The Collaborative, Inc.
William Green International Affiliates
Conor Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Bonnie Michael Baker International
Linda Ways2Go Travel Training
Lisa CDM Smith - Prov.
John Pare Corporation
Allison Ease Consult
Alexandra Howard Stein Hudson
Susan VHB
Cynthia Halvorson Design Partnership, Inc.
Leslie Madison Park Development Corporation
Mike Transit X
Rachael Walk in Arlington
Jason Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
Tom Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Anna Milone & MacBroom
David Association for Commuter Transportation
David Milone & MacBroom
Nate Zagster
Jennifer Private Citizen
Stacy LivableStreets Alliance
Charlie T4MA
Patrick Michael Baker International
Tony HDR
Adriaunna Environmental Partners Group Inc
Jim Bike to the Sea
Samuel TransitMatters
Frank Green International Affiliates
Michael Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Bruce Westborough Bike & Pedestrian Committee
Michelle Boston University Medical Center
Michael City of Springfield Parks Department
Casey Howard/Stein-Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Brian AECOM
Sean AECOM
Claudio New England Traffic Solutions
Lenny TranSystems
Eugenia Vineyard Green Cycles
Kevin Pare Corporation
Renata Charles River Conservancy
Gabrielle Private Citizen
Robert Beals & Thomas, Inc. (BTI)
Eric Cogent Services
Lynn Friends of the Community Path
Briana Stantec
Colin Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Janine BSC Group
Robert GPI
Kyle Tetra Tech
Kristine VHB
John WSP / Parsons Brinckerhoff
Rebecca Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Donald Mass. Municipal Association
Michael AECOM
Scott TransAction Associates
Wig Private Citizen
J. Adrian Private Citizen
Adam Dewberry Engineers Inc.
Michael City of Agawam
Samuel Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments
Jeffrey City of Boston
Deirdre Town of Hingham
Angela SRPEDD
Keith Town of Littleton
Matthew City of Pittsfield
Mary Boston Public Health Commission
Mike Town of Nantucket Planning Office
Jeff City of Medford
Lilia SRPEDD
Vladimir City of Agawam
Catherine City of Waltham
Glenn Cape Cod Commission
Michelle City of Agawam
Jennifer SRPEDD
Danjue University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass)
Paul Old Colony Planning Council (OCPC)
Kara City of Quincy
Eleni University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Casey-Marie Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
Eammon BRPC
Timothy City of Pittsfield
Jim Town of West Springfield
Daniel Central Mass Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC)
Christopher Town of Norwell
Kristin Town of Bedford DPW
Ben Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
Eric City of Portsmith
Don Town of Hanson
David Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC)
Lisa SRPEDD
Alison Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Roger Town of Hingham
Nicole Boston Public Health Commission
Deborah City of Quincy
Margot Town of Bedford Police
Joseph City of Boston
Nicole City of Newton DPW
Kurt Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Kevin Town of Orange
Richard Town of South Hadley
Kasia Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
James Portsmouth Fire Department
David Town of Wellesley
Craig Town of Stoughton
Justin NMCOG
Marianne Town of Framingham
Kate Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Erika Town of Framingham Facility Mgmt
Sean Town of Swampscott
Ryan Town of Natick
Todd Town of Brookline
Alexandra Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
Joshua Town of Orange
David City of Salem
David Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
David City of Newton DPW
Cassandra City of Medford
David Town of Lexington
Sarah Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Scott Town of Natick Police Department
Brian Town of Natick
Stephanie SRPEDD
Emily Berkshire Regional Planning Commission
Amanda Town of Framingham
David Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Mary Pioneer Valley Transit Authority
Steve Town of Watertown
Lev Cape Cod Commission
David Town of Bedford DPW
Paul Town of Andover
Michael Northern Middlesex Council of Governments
Dan City of Lawrence
Syrah City of Medford
Brooke City of Cambridge
Patricia City of Boston
Lee Bridgewater State University
Joseph Town of Everett
Marjorie Town of Arlington
Maureen Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG)
Karen Town of Danvers
Katrina Town of Middleton
Steven Town of Westwood
Katie Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC)
Carla Town of Bedford Police
Franny Town of Acton
William City of Peabody
Georgia Town of Danvers
John City of Haverhill
Janet Central Mass Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC)
David Lexington DPW
Travis Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Elena City of Melrose
Daniel City of Quincy
Jeanette Town of Lexington
Jim Town of South Hadley
Josh Pioneer Valley Transit Authority
James Town of Westborough
Meg Mass. Commission for the Blind
Gary Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC)
Jennifer Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
Fran City of Quincy
Melissa Central Mass Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC)
Alec City of Medford
Jacqueline SRPEDD
Sam Town of Framingham
Michelle Central Transportation Planning Staff (CTPS)
Matt Town of Watertown
Laura Town of Canton
Matthew City of Springfield DPW
Gloria City of Newton
Adrienne Town of Bedford DPW
Emily City of Medford
Beth Town of Sudbury
Mike Town of South Hadley
John City of Quincy
David Northern Middlesex Council of Governments
Marc Town of Stoughton
Steven Cape Cod Commission
Aldo UMTC
Juliet City of Portsmith
Stephen City of Gloucester
Yuanchang University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass)
Corey Town of Acton
Jake MA Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG)
Madilyn Central Mass Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC)
Aren Emerson College
Dawn City of Agawam
Reid Private Citizen
Ravi University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Chris UMTC
Yousef Northeastern University
Chelsea University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Alaleh Northeastern University
John UMTC
Kathryn UMTC
Cole University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Nick University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Jennifer UMTC
Radha UMTC
Mike UMTC
Daiheng UMTC
Adewale University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Melissa UMTC
Michael UMTC
Rohith University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Saritha University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Bhavana University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Robin UMassSafe
Akshaey MassDOT
Cynthia UMTC
Francis Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
Joshua University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Tracy University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)