Transportation groups across the Commonwealth are lining up in support of Senator Eric Lesser’s recent filing of language to the state’s budget debate (Amendment #1183) that would enable a municipality or group of municipalities as a district to raise additional local money for transportation projects or operations via ballot initiative.
Massachusetts Transportation Advocates Back Senator Eric Lesser's Regional Ballot Initiative Budget Amendment
Listeners of 93.9 The River, WHMP, and Lazer 99.3 will soon be receiving a 30-second lesson on the importance of managing our region’s stormwater, complements of the Connecticut River Stormwater Committee - a coalition of 17 communities here in the Pioneer Valley.
PVPC Highlights Changes to Home Modification Loan Program to Better Serve Disabled and Elderly Residents
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission strongly believes allowing Western Massachusetts residents to stay in their homes and communities regardless of their respective accessibility needs is a critical service we are proud to provide and are encouraged by these improvements to the program’s policies.
PVPC Exec. Director Tim Brennan Encouraged by Regional Planning Agency Staff, Local Partners Being Named to Governor Baker's Future of Transportation in the Commonwealth Commission
Tim Brennan, Executive Director of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) saw much potential in this week’s naming of the Commission on the Future of Transportation in the Commonwealth’s 18 members - appointed by the Baker-Polito Administration - with two fellow Regional Planning Agency staff members, as well as two local partners included.
Post-Hurricane Irma Deployment Q&A with Public Health Emergency Preparedness Planner Stephanie Bozigian-Merrick
From September 9th through the 11thof 2017, Hurricane Irma battered much of Southern Florida with particular intensity in the Florida Keys where it made landfall on the 10th.
There will be a public meeting Wednesday, October 18 at 6 p.m. at the South Hadley Town Hall Auditorium to discuss the prioritization of projects for the South Hadley Complete Streets Prioritization Plan.
Five Members of Congress, Local Planning Leaders to Reflect on New England Knowledge Corridor's Growing List of Transportation Assests
It’s not every day that business and civic leaders have the opportunity to hear from members of Congress whose collective districts span from Massachusetts’ Vermont border to the Long Island Sound’s shores in Connecticut, but Wednesday morning, October 18th at the newly opened Union Station, they’ll have the opportunity to do just that.
Connecticut and Massachusetts business leaders are being surveyed about their company's outlook, methods to recruit and retain talent, as well as their thoughts on how to address the region's most pressing transportation issues.
PVPC recently completed the 2017 Annual Update of the Plan for Progress, the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The document is required by the U.S. Economic Development Administration to report the status of ongoing economic development initiatives. The report also identifies eligible projects seeking federal grant assistance from the EDA during the upcoming 12-18 months.