East Whiteland, PA – The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) announced today that Chester County 2020 is now a member of the local transportation advocacy’s organization.
Chester County 2020 (CC2020) is a board-run charity, established in 1996. CC2020 works to educate, convene and facilitate conversations that address common issues in Chester County; dispel misguided rumors that develop in any community discussion; and produce measurable action on issues that affect the county’s quality of life.
CC2020 focuses on wise land use and has been recently concerned with the increase in Chester County’s population. The major increase in population translates into multiple challenges for livable communities, resource protection and increased traffic congestion. Investing in TMACC through membership ensures more work in creating a better, more connected community.
“A community’s assets have little value if citizens cannot get to and from where they live, work and play. That is why we at Chester County 2020 want to do all we can to support innovative transportation management as exemplified by TMACC.” said William Stevens, Executive Director of CC2020.
TMACC is a member-based transportation advocacy organization working to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality in Chester County through transportation management strategies. To learn more about TMACC and its members, visit www.tmacc.org.