Move together with us on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 64 Arlington Street, Boston, MA.
• Attend workshops and panels that highlight current pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation topics.
• Network with colleagues representing diverse interests from the public, academic and private sectors.
• Participate in site visits and mobile workshops led by engineers and bicycle/pedestrian advocates.
• Present your ideas during interactive scoping sessions for upcoming bicycle and pedestrian master plans.
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MT15 is a MassDOT GreenDOT event. GreenDOT is MassDOT’s comprehensive sustainability policy that promotes the healthy transportation modes of walking, bicycling and transit.
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The History of the Moving Together Conference
In 1998, both the statewide bicycling action plan and the statewide pedestrian action plan, called for the establishment of an annual statewide conference for educational and networking purposes. The first two of these conferences were held in Worcester, MA in 2000. In May, at Clark University, 50 people gathered to discuss only walking issues. Later in the year, at the Worcester Holiday Inn, 50 people focused only on bicycling issues.
In 2005, the conference moved to Boston. The first several years, the conference was held at the Marriott Courtyard on Tremont Street. Interest continued to grow until attendance hit approximately 250 persons and the conference moved to a larger venue at the Back Bay Sheraton.
The conference continued to grow and in 2013, the conference was held at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. Transit joined the conference for the first time as a featured mode. More workshops than ever were offered and over 480 people attended the event. It brought together transportation leaders and individuals involved in the areas of planning, public health, bike and pedestrian safety, transit, advocacy, elected office, law enforcement and education.