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Stand Up for Transportation Conference

April 10, 2017

This is the full forum, during which members of the public and local officials met to talk about how to improve mass transit in Franklin County.

Standing Up for Transportation

By: 
KarenShapiro
April 11, 2017

Last night, members of the public met with local officials to discuss how to improve mass transit in Franklin County.

How Healthy is Franklin County?

April 7, 2017

This full presentation includes an address by State Representative Paul Mark, 2017 National County Health Rankings data, and release of the first coordinated Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) for Franklin County/ North Quabbin.

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The State of Our Health

By: 
Philippe Simon
April 7, 2017

After this morning's "How Healthy is Franklin County?" presentation, the Franklin Regional Council of Governments Director of Community Services spoke with us about making sure everyone has the resources they need.

Greenfield Complete Streets Public Meeting #2

March 29, 2017

This is the full video of the Greenfield Planning & Development Department's second public meeting relating to the town's application for a $400,000 Complete Streets grant.  The money will help to make roads safer for, and more accessible to, everyone.

How We Get Along

By: 
KarenShapiro
March 30, 2017

Last night, planners and citizens discussed the status of a $400,000 Complete Streets grant that Greenfield is applying for in order to make roads safer for, and more accessible to, everyone.

A Weekend Route?

By: 
KarenShapiro
March 16, 2017

Transportation Justice for Franklin County members are supporting the Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA) in its bid to expand access to bus service.

Franklin Hampshire Municipal Conference 2016, Part 4

Recorded April 9, 2016

State Senate President Stan Rosenberg once again invited local officials to gather and discuss the needs of our region.  This video features a panel on the Complete Streets program with MA Department of Transportation (MassDOT) District 2 Director Patrick Paul, District 2 Project Development Engineer Richard Masse, District State Aid Engineer Daryl Amaral, and Complete Streets Engineer Luciano Rabito, as well as State Representative Paul Mark.

FRTA Fare Changes Begin January 1st

Adapted from a Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA) press release:

The Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA) would like to remind everyone that fare changes for fixed route buses go into effect on January 1, 2016.

In Memoriam

October 27, 2015

On Saturday, friends & fellow cyclists gathered to remember David Tasgal, who was killed recently while riding, and place a "ghost bike" at the scene of this tragedy.

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