Launch of GO! Chittenden County Transportation Resources

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The Chittenden County Reginal Planning Organization (CCRPC)  launch a major new transportation initiative called "Go! Chittenden County" and initiative about new tools and options available to Chittenden County individuals and businesses that want to reduce the economic and environmental impact of getting to work, school, shopping, and more. The project is a collaboration of the CCRPC, Campus Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA), CarShare Vermont, Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA), Local Motion, the Vermont Agency of Transportation/ Go Vermont, Vermont Department of Health, Vermont Energy Investment Corp. (VEIC) and others.

Attending the press conference: Michele Boomhower, Assistant/Transportation Director, Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission - Congressman Peter Welch - Staff from Senator Leahy and Senator Sanders offices - Vermont Deputy Secretary of Transportation Sue Minter - Winooski Mayor Mike O'Brien - Burlington CEDO Director Peter Owens - IBM partners Stephanie Smallwood, Eric Berliner.

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