About Mobilizing the Region

Mobilizing the Region (MTR) is the official blog of the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a 501 (c)(3) advocacy organization dedicated to creating a more sustainable, balanced, and equitable transportation network in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

MTR was born as a weekly e-mail and fax bulletin in 1994. It was tirelessly sent to elected and agency officials, advocates, members of the press, and concerned citizens until November 2007; there were 567 issues in total.

In 2007, MTR evolved into the blog you are reading right now. We still send a weekly e-mail “digest,” which compiles most of the week’s blog posts. The fax bulletin, however, has been retired.

Comment Policy

For the most part, we do not moderate comments as long as they are not off-topic or abusive. These comments will be deleted at our discretion, and we will also edit out profanity. Overly long comments may also be edited, since they are unlikely to be read and dissuade others from continuing the discussion.

If your comment doesn’t show up, it may be because it has multiple links and is being held in a moderation queue, or because it’s been erroneously caught by a spam filter. An admin will approve your comment.

Citation Policy

Blogs: You do not need to notify us when linking to or including a short excerpt of a post from MTR. You may use TSTC graphics and photographs as long as you attribute and link to MTR; resizing graphics is fine but you must note if you have cropped or edited them. Please contact us at tstc [at] tstc.org if you are interested in reprinting an entire post.

Print Media: You do not need to notify us when including a short excerpt of a post from MTR. Please contact us if you are interested in reprinting TSTC graphics or photographs; we may be able to provide higher-resolution versions. Please contact us at tstc [at] tstc.org if you are interested in reprinting an entire post.

Legal

Some articles in this blog describe legal issues. Those articles are published to provide general information about and a general understanding of the law, not to provide specific legal advice. This blog does not create an attorney-client relationship and does not constitute legal advice.  If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, you will obtain the services of a competent, professional person, and will not rely on information provided on the web sites as a substitute for such advice or assistance.  This blog should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed professional attorney in your state.

E-Mail Bulletin

The Tri-State Campaign sends out weekly MTR e-mail digests containing links to the week’s postings.

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