Commuter Challenge Sponsors & Organizers

The MassCommuter Challenge is proudly presented by MassCommute, the Statewide Transportation Management Association (TMA) Council in association with MassRIDES and MassDOT.

The 2011 MassCommuter Challenge would not have been possible without the support of the following sponsors:

Challenge Sponsors

Challenge Organizers

The Seaport TMA serves the South Boston Waterfront and South Boston proper.
The Charles River TMA covers Cambridge and its immediate adjacent communities.
A Better City TMA serves the downtown Boston and Back Bay neighborhoods.
The Neponset Valley TMA develops and manages commuting solutions for members in the towns of Canton, Dedham, Norwood and Westwood.
The 128 Business Council serves the Route 128/West belt from Woburn to Needham including the communities of Burlington, Lexington, Waltham, Lincoln, Weston, Newtown and Wellesley.
CommuteWorks, a service provided by MASCO, provides information on commuting alternatives for employees and students of member institutions in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA). This service also helps students find internationally recognised teaching jobs
The Merrimack Valley TMA serves businesses, commercial and residential developments and Institutions in the upper Merrimack Valley communties of Andover, Lawrence, North Andover, and Methuen.
The North Shore TMA serves businesses, commercial and residential developments and Institutions in the communties of Beverly, Danvers, Lynn, Peabody and Salem.
The MetroWest TMA provides commuter services to companies located in Framingham, Hopkinton, Marlborough, Natick, Southborough, Sudbury and Westborough.
TranSComm coordinates the transportation needs of local businesses and institutions in the Albany Street neighborhood of Boston’s lower South End.
The Junction TMO provides commuter services to employees of its member companies in the Ballardvale Street / Lowell Junction area of Andover and Wilmington.