Looking back on a year of people and progress

In the latest CMAP Update, Executive Director Erin Aleman reflected on the year:

As 2022 comes to an end, it's an opportunity to reflect on the progress we've made together toward our shared goals of building an inclusive and thriving region.

This year, in partnership with all of you, we engaged with our communities through the Future Leaders in Planning summer program, the ON TO 2050 exhibit at the Dunn Museum, and the recently launched Community Alliance for Regional Equity (more below).

We built consensus and brought funding to our region through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and we maximized regional economic growth through a new regional partnership and the job quality and accessibility tool.

We supported the future of our region by updating the ONTO 2050 plan, reimagining transportation post-pandemic through mobility recovery, taking stock of greenhouse gas emissions, and improving accessibility and ADA compliance.

As we head into an exciting and busy year ahead, we look forward to working together to continue to make progress toward broad, lasting prosperity and improved quality of life for our region’s 8.6 million people and keeping them at the center of everything we do.

Read more in the CMAP Update.

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Looking back on a year of people and progress

In the latest CMAP Update, Executive Director Erin Aleman reflected on the year:

As 2022 comes to an end, it's an opportunity to reflect on the progress we've made together toward our shared goals of building an inclusive and thriving region.

This year, in partnership with all of you, we engaged with our communities through the Future Leaders in Planning summer program, the ON TO 2050 exhibit at the Dunn Museum, and the recently launched Community Alliance for Regional Equity (more below).

We built consensus and brought funding to our region through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and we maximized regional economic growth through a new regional partnership and the job quality and accessibility tool.

We supported the future of our region by updating the ONTO 2050 plan, reimagining transportation post-pandemic through mobility recovery, taking stock of greenhouse gas emissions, and improving accessibility and ADA compliance.

As we head into an exciting and busy year ahead, we look forward to working together to continue to make progress toward broad, lasting prosperity and improved quality of life for our region’s 8.6 million people and keeping them at the center of everything we do.

Read more in the CMAP Update.

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