TIP is a Five-year schedule of priority highway, bridge, transit, and multimodal projects identified by year and location complete with funding source and cost. The TIP is developed annually and is available for amendment and adjustment at any time. Each program year of the TIP coincides with the Federal Fiscal Year calendar, October 1 through September 30.
The Town of Williamsburg is undertaking a planning effort to develop an updated Williamsburg Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP), which was last completed in 2010.
Data Manager and Analyst: Seeking a collaborative professional to serve a primary role in managing, supplying, and analyzing data for ongoing planning initiatives through PVPC’s Regional Information and Policy Center.
Northampton has made impressive strides to address fair housing issues in recent years.
A Complete Street is a street designed to accomodate all users in a safe, convenient, and comfortable manner.
Streets direct people; they movegoods; they accommodate cars,buses, and bicycles; they provide social connections, and ultimately they establish the
platform for the rest of the city to build upon.
Join the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) for an Open House on the I-90 Interchange Study
The Regional Information and Policy Center is hiring a data intern for the summer and potentially fall. Please see the attached position description for more information.
“A staged, multiyear, intermodal program of transportation projects which is consistent with the metropolitan transportation plan.”