TSTC Announcements

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On National Walking Day, Analysis Identifies the Region’s Most Deadly Roads for Pedestrians

The latest Tri-State Transportation Campaign analysis, released today, National Walking Day, finds that 1,298 pedestrians were killed on roads in Connecticut, New Jersey and downstate New York in the three-year period from 2012 through 2014. The Most Dangerous…

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TSTC Board Welcomes New Chair

John Casellini has been elected by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign Board of Directors as its third chairperson. John, who is President of Ways and Means NY LLC, spent 17 years as an insider in New York…




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Why Tri-State Needs You Now More Than Ever

Dear Mobilizing the Region reader, During the month of December, Tri-State Transportation Campaign (TSTC) has been asking you to make a year-end tax-deductible donation to support our advocacy work in 2016. With exciting initiatives expected to…


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Giving Thanks for Your Support

Dear Mobilizing the Region reader, Because you follow our advocacy, you know this has been a dynamic year of achievements for transportation in our region. New York communities are prioritizing walkable development and transit projects over highway expansions;…