Congressman Jim McGovern

Representing the 2nd District of Massachussetts
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In Congress and in Massachusetts, Congressman McGovern has been a strong advocate for improving our roads and highways, and increasing access to mass transportation options.

He continues to work for an extension of public rail service throughout Western and Central Massachusetts, and has been a supporter of key funding to improve bus access in Central Massachusetts. 

He is also the co-sponsor of legislation designed to keep freight shipped by fuel-efficient and effective trains, and keep dangerous massive freight trucks off the road.

For more information concerning my work and views on Transportation issues, please contact me.

More on Transportation

Jun 2, 2014
U.S. Rep. James “Jim” McGovern wants to take what Franklin County’s got and give it to the rest of the country. “What I love about the new part of my district is that, out here, people demonstrate how to do things right,” McGovern told a crowd of constituents gathered at Green Fields Market Saturday. His district, largely in Worcester County, grew to include Greenfield and 13 central and eastern Franklin County towns during last year’s federal redistricting. His words referred to the county’s commitment to sustainable living, support of local agriculture and enthusiasm for renewable energies.
May 13, 2014
United States Senators Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey and Representatives Richard Neal, Jim McGovern, Michael Capuano, Stephen Lynch, Bill Keating, and Katherine Clark today announced $8.9 million in U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grants to support projects at Massachusetts airports.
Nov 25, 2013

Mass. Delegation Pushes to Protect Air Control Towers from Closure
Six towers in Massachusetts face closure without a long-term budget solution

Oct 29, 2013
Today, the entire Massachusetts Congressional delegation sent a letter to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) expressing concerns about a new plan to reassign responsibility for the monitoring of exit lanes from TSA to airport operators.
Sep 13, 2013
Today, Reps. Michael G. Grimm (R-NY), McGovern (D-MA), Peter T. King (R-NY), and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) were joined by the Commuter Benefits Work for Us Coalition in calling for passage of the Commuter Parity Act of 2013 (H.R 2288). This revenue-neutral bipartisan legislation will establish permanent tax credit parity between the parking and transit/vanpool portions of the transportation fringe benefit.
Jun 28, 2013

Worcester – The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) today announced a $486,000 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to reimburse Worcester Regional Airport for the removal of trees and other vegetation along the airport’s runway ends.