Announcing GreenWatch 2013

Waltham's first FREE TO THE PUBLIC eco-event celebrating communities and businesses successfully implementing sustainable practices and going green.

Date: Saturday, October 5th, 2013

Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: Waltham Common

Theme: Food, fun and eco-education

Learn more about GreenWatch and how you can participate by sponsoring and helping us produce this educational and fun event for the whole community to enjoy.

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All Roads Lead to Boston

Henry Ford II introduces this film designed to encourage private citizens to unite and support road improvement. The documentary covers 3 major cities, including the economic benefits of Boston's circumferential highway: Route 128 (at time stamp 12:51). Courtesy wdtvlive42

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Celebrating 25 Years of Service

Welcome to a Year-Long Celebration

Join us as we commemorate a quarter century of alternative transportation and commuter shuttle service to the Route 128 West corridor.

Yes, 128 Business Council is 25 Years Young

The community's participation and feedback helps us continue to keep the Route 128 West corridor an increasingly attractive place to live, work and play. For those who live, work and travel in our area, we are steadfast in our development of sustainable transportation, commerce and growth for everyone. 

Over the course of the next year, we will celebrate this 25-year milestone with special announcements, activities and fun contests everyone can enjoy. We will reflect on our early learnings by sharing historical stories and photos, and ask you to help us design a vision for the Route 128 West corridor region moving forward.

So, stay tuned for upcoming announcements and exciting news sprinkled throughout 128 Business Council's 25th Anniversary year.

Together, we're Unlocking The Grid.

 

 


About 128 Business Council

In 1985, GTE Laboratories, Polaroid and The Nelson Companies jointly funded a transportation impact study of the area along Route 128 West between Route 2 and Route 20. The study concluded that increased traffic congestion would negatively impact the region if alternative solutions and traffic-reducing measures were not immediately implemented.

In 1987, two years after the study, 128 Business Council was formed to develop alternative transportation solutions, sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices that would enhance the vitality and economic attractive­ness of the 128 West region. 128 Business Council became the first Transportation Management Association in the Commonwealth and is entering it’s third decade of service to business, collegiate and residential community-based members.

Visit the 128 Business Council website.