Join us on Monday, October 24 for another Beer & Transit after the MBTA Rider Oversight Committee meeting. This month, we’ll hear from Margaret “Peggy” Griffin, Civil Rights Officer at the Federal Transit Administration at the general meeting, followed by discussion, networking, and drinks.
The Rider Oversight Committee seeks to bridge the gap between the MBTA and the Public, addressing issues that come to its attention through a variety of means and providing recommendations to the MBTA that communicate the needs and concerns of all riders. The group’s general meetings are open to the public and occur monthly in the Massachusetts State Transportation Building.
PEGGY GRIFFIN, CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICER, FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (REGION 1)
As the FTA's Civil Rights Officer for Region 1, Peggy oversees reviews of transit agencies in New England to gauge their compliance with federal law. She monitors a wide range of activities at the MBTA and other local agencies, ranging from their Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) practices to their compliance with environmental justice strategies that protect members of minority and/or low-income populations.
- 5:00 - 5:15 PM – Call MBTA ROC Meeting to Order / Public Comments
- 5:15 - 6:00 PM – Peggy Griffin (guest speaker)
- 6:00 - 7:00 PM – Rider Oversight Committee Reports
- 7:00 - 8:30 PM – Move to Rock Bottom Brewery for Discussion and Social/Networking
SPEAKER AND MEETING
Massachusetts State Transportation Building
10 Park Plaza
Conference Rooms 1, 2, and 3
(Green Line to Boylston Street; Orange Line to Tufts MC; or multiple buses).
Can't attend in person? Watch live on YouTube.
DRINKS AND NETWORKING
Rock Bottom Brewery
115 Stuart St, Boston, MA
Beer & Transit is our monthly beer summit on transit issues, a mix of lecture, discussion, and social event.