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List of MassCommute TMAs

Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) are membership based, public-private partnerships of businesses, institutions & municipalities that are joined together under a legal agreement for the purpose of providing and promoting transportation solutions for commuters that reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and increase access to economic development opportunities.

Such associations’ operations may include: working closely with public agencies, employee transportation networks, shuttle operations, resource/legislative advocacy, commuter services and other Transportation Demand Management programs.

MassCommute is a coalition of 15 TMAs in Massachusetts, and together we serve over 400,000 commuters in 53 municipalities across the state. Learn more about the impacts of MassCommute TMAs in our 2016 Inforgraphic2015 Trends Report, or our Annual Reports.

The Boston and Cambridge TMAs each serve a specific business or area of businesses, while the Suburban TMAs serve several businesses and municipalities within their region.

Click on TMA name for more information on that TMA, or click on a service for locations, schedules, and other important details. For inquiries about MassCommute, or TMAs in general, contact us at executivedirector@masscommute.com. 

Boston & Cambridge TMAs

A Better City TMA
Contact: Will Beaman
Phone: (617) 502-6246
Fax: (617) 502-6236
Email: wbeaman@abettercity.org

Areas Served: Downtown/Financial District, Back Bay, Fenway/Kenmore, Charlestown, West End

A Better City TMA is an independent, consensus oriented, nonprofit organization made up of employers, retailers, business owners, public sector representatives and others working together to address employee transportation issues and improve air quality and traffic in the downtown and Back Bay areas of Boston.



Alewife TMA
Contact: Melissa Zampitella
Phone: (781) 895-1100
Fax: (781) 895-1122

Email: director@alewifetma.org

Areas Served: Cambridge (Alewife/Fresh Pond region)

Alewife TMA addresses a variety of needs including: traditional commuting from the suburbs into Cambridge, reverse commuting--from Cambridge to suburban areas, and non-commuting trips around the area.



Allston Brighton TMA
Contact: Emma Groves
Phone: (617) 502-6246
Fax: (617) 502-6236
Email: egroves@abettercity.org 

Areas Served: Allston, Brighton (Boston)

Allston Brighton TMA was the 11th TMA to launch and join as a member of MassCommute and is currently working under the umbrella of A Better City to provide commuter services and congestion relief to the Allston Brighton neighborhoods of Boston.



Charles River TMA
Contact: Jim Gascoigne
Phone: (617) 324-6119
Fax: (617) 253-9402
Email: info@charlesrivertma.org

Areas Served: Cambridge

Charles River TMA (CRTMA) provides a variety of services to help improve transportation for the employees of our member organizations.


Contact: Rachel Minto
Phone: (617) 632-2796
Fax: (617) 632-2779
Email: rminto@masco.harvard.edu

Areas Served: Boston Longwood Medical and Academic Area

CommuteWorks is a free benefit for employees of MASCO member institutions that aims to make commutes as stress free and cost-efficient as possible. 


Seaport TMA
Contact: Patrick Sullivan
Phone: (617) 385-5510
Fax: (617) 385-1788
Email: patrick.sullivan@seaporttma.org

Areas Served: South Boston Waterfront

The Seaport Transportation Management Association ("Seaport TMA") is a non-profit consortium of leading businesses, employers, developers, and property managers in the Innovation District of the South Boston Waterfront dedicated to easing commutes, reducing local traffic congestion and advancing the use of alternative transportation.


Contact: Michelle Tse
Phone: (617) 638-7473 or 7477
Fax: (617) 638-7176
Email: mictsewy@bu.edu

Areas Served: Boston University Medical Center (South End)

TranSComm (Transportation Solutions for Commuters, Inc.) is a transportation management association (TMA) that coordinates the transportation needs of the Medical Center community in the Albany Street neighborhood of Boston’s lower South End. TranSComm represents an innovative way to solve transportation problems.    

                                         Suburban TMAs


CrossTown Connect TMA
Scott Zadakis
Phone: (978) 929-6457
Email: ctc@acton-ma.gov

Areas Served: Acton, Boxborough, Concord, Littleton, Maynard, Sudbury, Westford

CrossTown Connect offers key programs that improve mobility in the region and works to give members a voice on transportation policies, legislation, and projects.


The Junction TMO
Contact: Andrea Leary
Phone: (781) 639-6262
Email: director@junctiontmo.com

Areas Served: Andover (Ballardvale area), Reading, North Reading,Tewksbury, Wilmington, Woburn (along I-93)

The Junction Transportation Management Organization, Inc. (JTMO) is a consensus-oriented, nonprofit organization of private and public sector representatives working together to address transportation issues along the I-93 corridor between the Ballardvale St./Lowell Junction area of Andover and Wilmington to the junction at the cloverleaf interchange at I-93/I-95.


Merrimack Valley TMA
Contact: Andrea Leary
Phone: (781) 639-6262 or (603) 702-2156
Fax: (781) 639-6263
Email: andrealeary@verizon.net, commute@merrimackvalleytma.com

Areas Served: Andover, Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen, North Andover

The award-winning Merrimack Valley TMA was founded as the River Road Transportation Management Association (RRTMA). The TMA is a non-profit organization of employers and property owners who are working together to address employee transportation issues in the Merrimack Valley area of Andover and along the I-93 and I-495 corridors.


MetroWest/495 TMA
Contact: Stephanie Hirshon
Phone: (508) 879-5600 ext. 105
Fax: (508) 875-9325
Email: stephanie@metrowest.org

Areas Served: Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Natick, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Westborough


Middlesex3 TMA
Contact: Stephanie Cronin
Phone: (978) 808-5281
Email: info@middlesex3tma.com 

Areas Served: Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Chelmsford, Lowell, Tewksbury, Tyngsborough, and Westford

The Middlesex3 TMA was formed by the Middlesex 3 Coalition as partnership between community and business partners who share common goals of fostering economic development, job growth and retention, and enhancement of quality of life in the region.


Neponset Valley TMA
Contact: Karen Dumaine
Phone: (781) 404-5023
Fax: (781) 895-1122
Email: director@neponsetvalleytma.org

Areas Served: Canton, Dedham, Norwood, Westwood

The Neponset Valley Transportation Management Association (TMA) was formed in 1995 to help employees travel from the Quincy Adams MBTA stop to Dan Road in Canton via the Railink Shuttle. Out of this grew a partnership between the businesses in Norwood, Westwood, Canton, Dedham and the towns themselves to work on the transportation issues in the area.


North Shore TMA
Contacts: Andrea Leary, Al Marrone
Phone: (781) 639-6262 or (603) 702-2156
Fax: (781) 639-6263
Email: andrealeary@verizon.net, commute@northshoretma.org

Areas Served:  Beverly, Danvers, Lynn, Peabody, Salem

The North Shore Transportation Management Association (TMA) is a non-profit transportation and environmental organization that is working to address transportation issues in Beverly, Danvers, Lynn, Peabody, and Salem. The North Shore TMA's mission is to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions, improve air quality, and enhance access by promoting and advocating for transportation options that support environmental / sustainability goals and promote business and municipal economic development objectives.


Watertown TMA
Contacts: Sophia Galimore
Phone: (781) 404-5029
Fax: (781) 895-1122
Email: director@watertowntma.org

Areas Served:  Watertown

The Watertown Transportation Management Association (TMA) is a public/private non-profit that works to address transportation concerns in the region. By promoting the benefits of driving less and taking transit, shuttles, carpooling, or biking/walking, the WTMA plays a key role in working with its business, residential, and community partners to develop and promote sustainable transportation programs.