History of Regional Coordinating Councils in Massachusetts
In 2011, Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts signed Executive Order (EO) 530, which formed a commission to review the quality and efficiency of paratransit and community transportation throughout the Commonwealth. The commission recommended that Regional Coordinating Councils be formed at the local level.
The South East Regional Coordinating Council (SERCC) was established in early 2014 to identify unmet needs, articulate regional priorities, and build coalitions around new projects in mobility and transportation. In December 2014, SERCC merged with the South Coast Regional Coordinating Council (SCRCC) and also changed the name to South East Regional Coordinating Council on Transportation (SERCCOT).
Today, SERCCOT has over 90 active members who meet regularly on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the SRPEDD offices at 88 Broadway, Taunton MA 02780. SERCCOT members include representatives from transit, transportation-provider organizations, planning agencies, state agencies, Independent Living Centers, Councils on Aging, businesses, educational institutions, transportation advocates, and consumers.
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