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The Partnership TMA is pleased to announce the local organizations and individuals who will be honored at its Annual Meeting on Friday, June 2. Among the awardees:
President's Award - Borough of Lansdale
Transportation Champion Award - SEPTA
Community Award - Borough of North Wales
Award of Special Recognition - Dick Fox (Bike & Sol)
Held at the William Penn Inn, this festive luncheon is also a time to hear about recent PTMA activities as well as future updates on mobility and transportation in Montgomery County. Tickets are $60 for PTMA members and $70 for non-members.
To register, please click on the award pic or call us at 215-997-9100. Sponsorships available.
Route 311, with service to office parks and hotels along Witmer and Dresher Roads, Commerce and Prudential Avenues in Horsham and Upper Dublin Townships began on February 27. The new option gives workers a more convenient option to access businesses that are a little too far off the current Route 310's path. #newbus311
The service operates Monday - Saturday. For more information, please click on READ MORE.
The Collaborative for Health and Human Services is currently accepting applications for its new Volunteer Drivers Club. The program, designed by The Partnership TMA, will service residents who live in the Souderton, North Penn and Wissahickon school districts and need a one-time roundtrip ride to a medical appointment or grocery store.
If you or someone you know has 1-2 hours a month to donate, please consider signing up as a volunteer driver to help seniors and others without any other form of transportation.
For more information, please contact The Partnership TMA at 1-866-507-4857 or email@example.com.
The Partnership Transportation Management Association of Montgomery County (PTMA) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that collaborates with public and private sector partners to ease traffic congestion, enhance transportation options, educate and engage the community on the issues of land use, the environment and healthy lifestyles.
The PTMA receives funding from a variety of sources including PennDOT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, membership dues, in-kind contributions and payment for services rendered.