Commuter Connection

August/September 2014

Inside This Issue:

• Upcoming Events
• Tobin Bridge Tolling Change
• Water Transport Options
• Beverly Bike Plan
• Beverly Depot Garage Opening


 

Take Action Now

Help us restore parity between the transit and parking portions of the Commuter Benefit Program

Contact your member of Congress before the end of the year and your transit benefits could increase for 2015!

GET INVOLVED

 

Salem Ferry 2014Commute by ferry!

Learn more about your options
For water transportation to/from
The North Shore!

Salem Ferry

 

The NSTMA would like to congratulate the following Green to Work participants:

Green to Work Raffle Winner Derek Spencer from Cell Signaling Technologies. Derek won a $100 gift card in the 3rd Quarter Green to Work raffle.







Sign up for our Green to Work incentive program and you could win, also! Questions? Email Al Marrone for more information.

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

SAVE UP TO $600 per Month on Your Commute

MassDOT has a program that will subsidize participation in a vanpool. Save money on parking, tolls and wear & tear on your vehicle!

Learn more

 

North Shore TMA Board of Directors

The North Shore TMA’s Board of Directors serve for a two-year term beginning July 2014 and concluding in June 2016.

(Board members are listed in alphabetical order)
Aaron Clausen – City of Beverly
Thomas Dunn – Eastern Bank
Lynn Duncan – City of Salem
Peter Muto – Cell Signaling
Karen Nelson – Town of Danvers
Steven Roberge – Axcelis 

 


Rantoul Route 1a Reconstruction Project
Salem Depot

North Shore TMA
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North Shore Transportation Management Association  |  120 Washington Street, 3rd Floor  |  Salem, MA 01970
Andrea Leary, Executive Director  |  Al Marrone, Outreach Manager
P: 603-702-2156  |  F: 781-639-6263  |  Email NSTMA
Satellite office: 100 Cummings Center, Suite 342G, Beverly, MA 01915

 

The North Shore Transportation Management Association is a non‑profit organization,
working to address transportation issues in Beverly, Danvers, Lynn, Peabody and Salem.