The Boston Region MPO remains committed to conducting the federally required metropolitan transportation planning process for the Boston region. Despite the challenges presented by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, the Boston Region MPO’s work to cooperatively allocate federal and state transportation funds to programs and projects that improve roadway, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian infrastructure continues.
Members of MPO staff will work from home until further notice but are available to stakeholders, agency partners, and the public via their usual email addresses and phone extensions. MPO board and committee meetings will be held virtually until further notice, and MPO staff will make every effort to assist members of the public who wish to attend or provide public comment at virtual meetings. MPO staff will continue to send updates regarding any changes to these plans. To ensure that you receive updates related to meeting notices or cancelations, check your preferences to make sure you are subscribed to "MPO meeting reminders," and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you have questions about meeting logistics, please check the MPO meeting calendar or contact MPO staff.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health's COVID-19 Resources
The most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Massachusetts.
Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Resources to support municipal collaboration and help local officials and communities address their virus response needs.
Massachusetts Municipal Association
Information for municipal leaders.
Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport)
Travel advisories and updates on Massport operations.
The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT)
COVID-19 information for individuals, transit providers, freight and railroad industries, and other stakeholders in the transportation sector.
Transportation Research Board (TRB) Webinar: Transportation & COVID-19—Practices from other disease outbreaks
TRB hosted a webinar on Monday, March 23 addressing decision-making challenges in disease response in the transportation context. Presenters discussed their experience with other outbreaks and what can be done today to enhance the resiliency of our transportation systems at risk of future disease outbreaks. The webinar recording is now available.