The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a requirement of the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process as described in the Metropolitan Planning Final Rule 23 CFR 450 section 324.
This plan focuses on actions that promote and develop clean energy generation in the region that increases the local circulation of profits generated from proposed developments to support a regional clean energy economy—creating many new local businesses and employment opportunities. The goals of
The Final 2017 Annual Update of the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for the Pioneer Valley region is now available!
The new 2015 Plan for Progress is the region's economic development strategy, setting forth a broad vision of "A strong, innovative, engaging, and vibrant economy and quality of life that fosters prosperity and sustainability and is driven by collaborative leadership."
Together, the Greater Hartford and Greater Springfield metropolitan areas represent New England’s second largest population, educ
Shared Public Health Nurse Assistance Program - FY14 CIC
Towns of East Longmeadow and Ludlow
Shared Human Resources Department - FY13 DLTA
City of Holyoke and the Town of Hadley
Shared Sealers of Weights & Measures - FY13 DLTA
Towns of Williamsburg and Chesterfield
Shared Police Department/Personnel (FY14 DLTA)
The Spring 2014 Regional Reporter is now available, highlighting a new data website, a food systems, plan, a shared public health nurse assistance program, and much more.
Continuing, Comprehensive, and Cooperative Planning Process