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Moving Together 2013MassDOT invites you to register this week for the Moving Together 2013 Conference.  The conference is scheduled as follows:

Wednesday, October 23, 7:45 AM – 4:00 PM,  Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza, Boston

This year’s conference features leaders and workshops advancing Healthy Transportation and focused on a central theme:

TRANSIT + WALKING + BICYCLING = MOBILITY

Participants will assist in providing priorities in Mode Shift strategies for MassDOT’s consideration.  Moving Together advances MassDOT’s GreenDOT comprehensive sustainability policy that promotes the healthy transportation modes of walking, bicycling and transit.

Visit Moving Together 2013 on the web to learn more and register.

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