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To preserve, create and maintain a sustainable, economically competitive, and equitable bi-state region.
Thompsonville, a low to middle income neighborhood in Enfield, will be home to a new multi-modal transportation center that will link bus service to the region’s new commuter rail service. Under this grant, Enfield will be taking part in three Sustainable Knowledge Corridor capacity building activities that illustrate how integrated planning can spur redevelopment and enhance the livability of an existing neighborhood without displacing current residents. These activities are:
Enfield’s goal is enhance Thompsonville as a place where people can live, work and play, and to promote individual and community mobility without dependence on the automobile. The over $3.2 million in FTA funds awarded to develop the multi-modal transportation center, combined with these proposed planning efforts to create an environment where people can live affordably in close proximity to transit and jobs, will help meet regional goals to reduce vehicle miles traveled and their associated greenhouse gas emissions.
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