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The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is preparing the 2020 update to the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).
May 2019 Regulatory Update
On May 15, the Cape Cod Commission said goodbye to five long-time staff members who took advantage of an early retirement program offered through Barnstable County. Deputy Director Patty Daley, Chief Planner Sharon Rooney, Senior Transportation Engineer Lev Malakhoff, Commission Clerk Gail Hanley, and Hydrologist Scott Michaud left the Commission having served for a combined 127 years. Four of the five served with each of the Commission’s four executive […]
Through a $300 million state commitment to climate change adaptation, nine Cape communities received municipal vulnerability preparedness planning grants in 2018, with two more expected to be eligible this July.
The Cape Cod Commission and partner agencies launched a new online tool to help decision makers investigate environmental and socio-economic effects of regional coastal resiliency strategies.
The unofficial start of summer provides a sunny and warm reminder of how much we value our coastal location and all it has to offer. It also serves as a reminder of how much is at risk from our ever-changing environment and coastal conditions.
With maintenance work underway on the Bourne Bridge, Cape residents and visitors are once again reminded of the importance of our ability to travel over the Cape Cod Canal. Traffic at the bridges and around the canal is part of life on Cape Cod and is no longer confined to just the summer months. In […]
The Cape Cod Commission is hosting the annual OneCape Summit at the Wequassett Resort on July 29th and 30th , 2019.
The Cape Cod Commission held two listening sessions in early April to solicit public feedback for the Mashpee Rotary corridor study.
The Barnstable County Economic Development Council (BCEDC) approved the release of the 2019 draft update to Cape Cod’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for a 30-day public review and comment period at its April meeting. Public review and comment on the draft document will close on May 26, 2019. The 2019 update of the CEDS […]
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