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Boston Region MPO adopts Amendment to the FFYs 2007-2010 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Type:  Announcements  

PRESS RELEASE - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE             
SEPTEMBER 11, 2009
Contact: Michael Callahan                                                                                                                  
Telephone: 617-973-8853
Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization
E-mail: mcallahan@bostonmpo.org
 
Boston Region MPO adopts Amendment to the FFYs 2007-2010 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
 
The Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has adopted an amendment to the federal fiscal year (FFY) 2009 element of its FFYs 2007–2010 Transportation Improvement Program.
 
This amendment accounted for cost increases in three highway projects already included in the FFY 2009 element, and for one of those projects it added partial funding in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding category. The MPO waived its public comment period on this action.  
 
The adopted amendment will be posted on the MPO’s website, www.bostonmpo.org, beginning September 14. Also on its website are the MPO’s antidiscrimination statement and related information.
 
Copies of the amendment are also obtainable by contacting MPO staff: by mail at 10 Park Plaza, Suite 2150, Boston, MA 02116-3968; by voice at (617) 973-7100; by TTY at (617) 973-7089; by fax at (617) 973-8855; or by e-mail at publicinformation@ctps.org. Copies are free of charge and, upon request, will be made available in CD, print, and accessible formats.
 
The Boston Region MPO is responsible for conducting regional transportation planning and for programming federal capital funding for transit and highway projects in 101 municipalities in eastern Massachusetts. The MPO members include transportation and planning agencies and organizations, and municipalities.

 

 
 
 
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