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Municipalities

Communities face challenges around the issues of transportation every day. These challenges include accessibility for residents, employees, and visitors; traffic mitigation; air quality standards; sustainable growth, and economic development.

These issues can be even further complicated by funding constraints, and a complex infrastructure that may land neighboring communities in different planning organizations or transit authority districts.

TransAction Associates has a proven track record of working with communities to:

  • Establish circulator shuttles, park and ride lots, and demand-response services that improve traditional commuters access to public transportation options to get into the Boston/Cambridge and other complex areas.
  • Operating  “last mile” shuttle service connections by improving reverse commute options. This enables workers from the Boston/Cambridge area, and other hubs, to connect with jobs in suburban areas.  This service allows employers to expand and improve their recruiting options.
  • Promote suburb-to-suburb commuting. Employees increasingly live and work in suburban locations. Public transportation options are most often designed to connect the suburbs with urban centers. TransAction can work with Municipalities to improve options for getting around their area.

Daily needs trips are often the biggest challenge facing transit-dependent populations.

As communities deal with aging populations and others who don’t drive, TransAction can provide demand-response, and other creative solutions based on our experience, that allows those with limited options to have the freedom to get where they need to go.

For a partial list of municipalities that we work with, click here.

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