Lt. Gov. Polito to speak at SRPEDD's Annual Meeting, May 24
Please click here for more information. A formal announcement and invitation are forthcoming.
Draft FFY2018-2022 TIP
SMMPO Public Meeting
Please click here for the meeting notice. (English)Please click here for the meeting notice. (Portuguese)Please click here for the meeting notice. (Spanish)Please click here for the meeting notice. (Haitian Creole)
Route 140 Tri-Town Transportation Study Presentation
District Local Technical Assistance Program (DLTA)
Please click here for your DLTA Brochure and Application.
Applications are due back to SRPEDD by February 28, 2017.
Route 140 Norton, Mansfield & Foxborough Public Meeting
Proposed Public Participation Program Amendments
SRPEDD Announces a 45-day Public Comment Period for an Amendment to the Public Participation Program (PPP)Please click here for the Proposed Public Participation Program AmendmentsJanuary 18, 2017 -- The SMMPO is proposing an amendment to the PPP to change all 30-day public comment periods to 21-day public comment periods. Public comment periods are used to garner feedback for transportation planning programs such as the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and for proposed projects, or changes to programs or services. The only program that will still require an extended comment period is the PPP itself, which requires a 45-day public comment period. This will remain unchanged.The amended document will become final on March 21, 2017 once approved by the SMMPO. We are actively seeking and welcome comments and feedback from any and all interested parties on this amendment and on any transportation related concerns. The amended document can be found on SRPEDD’s website at www.srpedd.org for review.Comments may be offered by these methods:
E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Phone at 508 824-1367 x235 (dial 711 to use MassRelay);
Fax at 508 823-1803;
On Facebook at www.facebook.com/SRPEDD;
On Twitter @SRPEDD_NEWS; or
In person at our office located at 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA.
Public Comment Period & Meeting for Proposed FFY2017-2021 TIP Amendments
SRPEDD Announces a 30-day Public Comment Period and Public Meeting for Amendments to the FFY2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)Please click here for Amendments to the FFY2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)January 18, 2017 -- An amendment has been proposed to the FFY2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the amended document is being released for a 30-day public comment period. The TIP is a programming document listing all federally funded road and bridge projects in the region and all transit projects for both the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority (SRTA) and the Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA). The TIP lists all projects in the 27 SRPEDD communities to be funded through the year 2021.The amendment involves three items. The first two concern two repurposed earmarks for the design of the Fall River Route 79 / Davol Street project which would be amended into the FFY2017 of the TIP. The third involves the Fall River Viveiros Elementary School Safe Routes to School project which would be amended into the FFY2019 of the TIP.A public meeting to hear comments and concerns on these amendments will be held at SRPEDD, located at 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA on Thursday, February 9 at 4 PM. Due to inclement weather the meeting that had been scheduled for February 9 has been rescheduled for March 2, 2017 at 4 PM.The proposed amended TIP items can be found on SRPEDD’s website at www.srpedd.org for review. The amended document will become final on March 21, 2017 once approved by the SMMPO. Comments are welcome and encouraged and may be offered by these methods:E-mail at email@example.com;
Phone at 508 824-1367 x235 (dial 711 to use MassRelay);
Fax at 508 823-1803;
Our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SRPEDD;
On Twitter @SRPEDD_NEWS; or
In person at our office located at 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA.
Library of Traditional Neighborhoods - online December 2016
An Inventory of Bus Stops in Southeastern Massachussetts
Please click here to view An Inventory of Bus Stops in the Southeastern Massachusetts document.
The Inventory of Bus Stops in Southeastern Massachusetts Draft Report is available for download, review, and public comment. Please submit any comments for this report to Shayne M. Trimbell, AICP, Director of Transit Planning on or before January 31, 2017. Comments may be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780.
Draft Attleboro Transit Oriented Development
Transit Intern Opportunity
FFY2017 UPWP Amendments 30-Day Public Comment Period
SRPEDD Announces a 30-day Public Comment Period and Public Meeting for Amendments to the FFY2017 UPWP
The FFY2017 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) has been amended and these amendments have been released for a 30-day public comment period. A public meeting to hear comments and concerns on these amendments will be held at SRPEDD, located at 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA on Wednesday, October 5 at 4 PM.
The first amendment is the addition of a study of the Route 1 Corridor in Attleboro and North Attleborough over concerns of growing traffic congestion along this corridor. The work to be completed in the FFY2017 UPWP includes an analysis of the Route 1 Corridor under its existing conditions with the remaining effort (future development potential and analysis) to be completed in the FFY2018 UPWP.
The second amendment is the addition of a special project called SHRP2 PlanWorks. This project will allow SRPEDD to use a set of tools, under FHWA guidance, to conduct a systematic and comprehensive evaluation of our existing Evaluation Criteria (EC) within the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This will allow an update and streamline of the process by which TIP projects are prioritized and selected.
The UPWP identifies the annual planning activities that are to be undertaken in the region from October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017 in support of the goals, objectives and performance targets established in the long-range Regional Transportation Plan.
These amendments and the amended document can be found on SRPEDD’s website at www.srpedd.org for review. Comments are welcome and encouraged on SRPEDD’s Facebook page, by phone (508) 824-1367, e-mail (email@example.com) or in person at the meeting.
Please click here to view amendments.
Citizens Planner Training Collaborative
Final Regional Bicycle Plan
Homeland Security Intern Opportunity
The Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD), the regional planning agency for southeastern Massachusetts, is presently seeking a Homeland Security Intern to assist the Project Manager and Office Administrator in providing support to the Council and its sub-committees.
This opening is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative environment to improve public safety across the 96 municipalities in the SRAC region, and to bolster emergency preparedness to respond to man-made and natural threats.
Please click here to view the Regional Homeland Security Intern Opportunity.
2016 CEDS Update (approved 6/22/16)
SRPEDD Annual Awards: Request for Nominations
As has long been the tradition, at its Annual Meeting—this year, scheduled for the evening of Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the LeBaron Hills Country Club in Lakeville, MA—the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) Commission has recognized individuals and organizations from across Southeastern Massachusetts that have made a difference in advancing the agency or region. Awards are given in two categories: Special Recognition and Commission Awards (of which there are two types of the latter).
SPECIAL RECOGNITION - honors a person, area business or community organization for specific contribution(s) to SRPEDD, the region, or field of planning or economic dev.;
COMMISSIONER OF THE YEAR - given to a present SRPEDD Commission member for specific and recent contribution(s) to SRPEDD, and/or to the advancement of regionalism over the past year;
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE - given to a former or present SRPEDD Commissioner for leadership and outstanding service to SRPEDD, in honor and acknowledgment of a range/extended body of contributions.
Please click here to access the form. (PDF version)
Please click here to access the form. (Word version)
December 9, 2015 JTPG Presentations
Please click here to view the Complete Streets Funding Program presentaton from the JTPG Meeting held on December 9, 2015.
Please click here to view the Transportation Finance: Alternative Funding Sources presentation from the JTPG Meeting held on December 9. 2015.
2016 DLTA Funding Available for Local and Regional Projects
SRPEDD is pleased to offer 2016 District Local Technical Assistance (DLTA) funding to its communities. Please visit our DLTA webpage and project archive for more information. You may also download a 2016 request form. For more information please contact Sandy Conaty, Suzanne Dagesse, Ross Perry, or Grant King at SRPEDD.
100 Most Dangerous Crash Locations 2010-2012
Municipal Partnerships: Flood Insurance Rating System
TIP Workshop (November 10, 2015) Presentations
Please click on the links below to view the TIP Workshop presentations from November 10, 2015.
MassDOT-Right of Way Bureau Community Alliance Presentation by Linda Walsh
The MassDOT Project Development Process Presentation by Pamela Haznar
Getting Your Project on the TIP & How SRPEDD Can Help Presentation by Lisa Estrela-Pedro
From the â€˜Wish Listâ€™ to the â€˜Bid Listâ€™ - TIP Workshop for City & Town Officials
Join representatives from MassDOT District 5 and Southeastern Regional Planning & Economic Development District (SRPEDD) for a FREE workshop on how to successfully see a project through the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This workshop is designed to assist community officials responsible for the development of roadway projects within their community. If you know little to nothing about the TIP process or if you simply need a refresher, this is the workshop for you!
November 10, 2015 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
MassDOT District 5 Office
1000 County St. Taunton, MA 02780
Accessible Parking & Entrance at the Rear
MassDOT District 5 Office is on GATRA Route #8
For more information or to register please visit: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ebpjjbuvbfb7cb54&llr=84ci44dab&showPage=true
Accessible event flyer:
TIP Workshop Flyer (Word file)TIP Workshop Flyer (PDF file)
Draft 2015 Regional Bicycle Plan
Executive Director Position Available
SRPEDD is hiring an Executive Director. The position announcement can be found here. A profile of SRPEDD and the region can be found here.
Endorsed FY16-19 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Supplement to the 2016 Regional Transportation Plan
The document available for download here serves as a supplement to SRPEDD's 2016 Regional Transportation Plan. The public comment period for "Meeting Air Quality Goals in Transportation" document ends on September 16, 2015. Comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to MassDOT Office of Transportation Planning, 10 Park Plaza Suite 4150 Boston, MA 02116.
FINAL 2016 Regional Transportation Plan
Open letter to Chairman Henry and the SRPEDD Commission from Steve Smith
SRAC Shelter Training Registration
FFY2016 Unified Planning Work Program
Please click here to view the FFY2016 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP).
The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) identifies in a single document the annual transportation planning activities that are to be undertaken in the Southeastern Massachusetts Metropolitan Area from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 in support of the goals, objectives and actions established in the Long-Range Regional Transportation Plan.
Public Comment Period & meeting for FY15-18 TIP Amendments, Draft FY16-19 TIP & Draft RTP
Draft FY16-19 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Massachusetts Gaming Commission video on Region C
Draft 2016 Regional Transportation Plan
Principal Comprehensive Planner: Job Position
Identifying Municipal Needs for Replacing Culverts
Please click here for the Identifying Municipal Needs for Replacing Culverts survey.
Please take the below survey and share it with fellow road managers and community decision makers. The linked survey (below) should only take 5-10 minutes to complete. The goal is to identify current obstacles road managers face when replacing culverts. Your response to this survey is important to determining the type of assistance and material the Division of Ecological Restoration will offer. We would appreciate your response by June 25, 2015.
In Memoriam: Leonard F. Flynn
Leonard F. Flynn, age 81, of Mansfield, died on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at Norwood Hospital. He was the husband of Marydee (Campbell) Flynn, to whom he was wed for over 53 years.
Born in Boston, MA on July 23, 1933, he was a loving son of the late Myles and Sara (Lee) Flynn. He grew up in the Mission Hill section of Boston and was a graduate of Boston Commerce High School. During the Korean War, Leonard proudly served his country as a member of the United States Navy, attached to the U.S. Marine Corps. Upon being honorably discharged with the rank of Petty Officer First Class, he continued his education, and was a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Prior to retiring, Mr. Flynn was a longtime employee of the Foxboro Co. and retired with the position of Supervisor of Hardware Product Engineering. A resident of Mansfield for the past 48 years, Leonard was well known for being actively involved in community affairs. He was a member and former president of the Natural Resources Trust of Mansfield and at the present time was involved with the Canoe River Aquifer Advisory Committee. He received numerous state citations for his accomplishments and was recently named Director Emeritus of the NRT, and the Planning Board Appointee as a Commissioner to SRPEDD. Mr. Flynn was also a former member of the Mansfield Zoning Board, the Mansfield Board of Health, was a former member and director of the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition, and a former member of the Mansfield Elks.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his devoted children; Dianne Flynn of Mansfield, Heather Flynn of Mansfield and Adam C. Flynn of Attleboro. He was the brother of Marty Flynn of Norton, Johnny Flynn of Maryland, Arthur Flynn of Florida, Bobby Flynn of Weymouth, Mary Hardiman of Brockton, Sally Madigan of Falmouth, and the late Jimmy Flynn and Mike Flynn. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours, to which relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend, will be held on Tuesday, May 26th from 4:00-7:00 P.M. at the Sherman & Jackson Funeral Home, 55 North Main St., Mansfield. Services and burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers, Leonard’s family has requested that donations in his memory be made to the Natural Resources Trust, 255 Fruit St., Mansfield, MA 02048
Public Comment Period & Mtg Announcement for the FY15-18 TIP Proposed Amendment 2
Transportation Planning Intern: Job Position
Public Comment Period & Meeting for theFFY15-18 TIP Proposed Amendment 2
Regional Transportation Plan Open House
Planning for our Future Economy
FY 2015 DLTA Solicitation & Assistance Request Form
Regional Bicycle Plan Open Houses
Where do you want to go by bicycle? What would help you get there? SRPEDD is in the process of developing a Regional Bicycle Plan to identify and prioritize bicycle needs in the region and we need your help.
Please click here to view the Regional Bicycle Plan Open House announcement.
Regional Transportation Plan Survey
If you drive, fly, bike or walk please take our survey and tell us what your needs and wishes are for the transportation system.
Please click here to take the brief Regional Transportation Plan Survey.
FY14 Federal Obligation Report for Southeastern MA MPO
Draft SMMPO Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan Update 2014
Please click here to view the Draft SMMPO Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan Update 2014. (PDF version)
Please click here to view the Draft SMMPO Coodinated Humans Services Transportation Plan Update 2014. (Word version)
Keep America/Massachusetts Beautiful
Putting our Wheels in Motion: The Journey from Paper to Pathway
Executive Director Search
Search Committee: Jon Henry, Chair, Joan Marchitto; Randall Kunz, George Hovorka, Lorri-Ann MIller, Susan Peterson Teal, Deborah Melino-Wender
REGIONAL PLANNING AGENCY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District seeks an executive director to lead agency with a budget of $2.4 mill. with a staff of 25. Deadline for application is February 6, 2015. Please submit cover letter and resume in paper and electronic format to:
Stephen C. Smith, Executive Director
Taunton, MA 02780
Application Deadline February 6, 2015
Position scheduled to start July 1, 2015. SRPEDD is an EEO/AAP employer.
Job Description/Qualifications - Please click on the link to view the job description for the Executive Director.
Schedule for Hiring the Executive Director - Please click here to view the schedule.
SRPEDD Organization Chart - Please click here to view the SRPEDD Organizational Chart.
Information about SRPEDD for Prospective Employees- Please click here for the Information about SRPEDD for Prospective Employees
FFY2015 Budget Summary - Please click here to view the SRPEDD FFY2015 Budget Summary.
Final SRTA Comprehensive Assessment Report
2014 RFP for 911 Dispatch Feasibility Study
Please click here to view the 2014 RFP for 911 Dispatch Feasibility Study.
RFP for 911 Dispatch Consultant Services: Questions and Answers- 10/1/14
RFP for 911 Dispatch Consultant Services: Questions and Answers -10/2/14
Rail to Boston Coalition
Please click here to view the Rail to Boston Coalition link.
Please join the Coalition in support of Southcoast Rail. Attend the Coalition kickoff and Press Conference at South Station (Main Concourse) in Boston.
Please click here for the Invitation to Rail to Boston Coalition Event on September 17, 2014.
DRAFT FY15-18 STIP
2015 Municipal Assistance Services
Electric Power Aggregation
SRPEDD Bicycle Parking Program Deadline Extended to July 10, 2014
A list of additional locations submitted by communities that were not covered under their allocation is being compiled. If you wish to submit additional locations you may do so at any time. Please use the proposal location form (linked above) to submit additional locations. The locations will be prioritized based on the order received.
Questions? Have no idea what we are talking about but interested in finding out? Contact Jacqueline Schmidt by email at email@example.com or by calling (508) 824-1367 x234.
SRPEDD Commission Letter re: Highway Trust Fund
SRPEDD 2014 Annual Report
Jonathan Henry Re-elected SRPEDD Chair at Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting
Jonathan Henry Re-elected SRPEDD Chair at Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting. Please click here for our May 29, 2014 press release.
Group bid for EMS Supplies and Medications
Please click here to view group bid documents. This bid is closed.
Title VI Program
Public Comment Period & Mtg Announcement FY14 TIP & UPWP Amendment 3
FFY15-18 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Please click here to view the FFY15-18 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This document may take some time to upload due to file size.
Public Comment Period & Mtg Announcement FY14 Proposed TIP Amendment 2
Explore New Energy Opportunities
SRPEDD Testimony on the MassDOT Capital Investment Plan
Please click here to learn more about the Testimony on the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District on the FY 2014-2018 Capital Plan.
Project First Light DEIS Comments, January 15, 2014
The Year End in Review-2013
SRPEDD Articles in the South Coast Insider
FFY13 Federal Obligation Report for Southeastern MA MPO (2013)
Please click here to learn more about the Southeastern MA MPO FFY2013 Annual Listing of Obligated Funds. 23 CFR requires that all MPOs report, within 90 calendar days, federal fund expenditures within that federal fiscal year.
Public Comment Period & Meeting Announcement on the FY14 TIP Amendment
SRPEDD Testimony on Transportation Bond Bill
Please click here to learn more about SRPEDD Testimony on Transportation Bond Bill.
New Bedford / Fairhaven Bridge ITS Survey
SRPEDD is conducting a survey to determine the effectiveness of the existing signs that warn of bridge closings. Please click here for the survey.