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Corridors of Opportunity is built on a foundation of partners dedicated to a shared vision around building out the region’s transit system to advance economic development that benefits people of all backgrounds and incomes.

These partners – representing government and philanthropy, business and advocacy, financing and community development – bring their experience, perspective, and influence to advance the initiative’s goals and strategies.

A 26-member Policy Board, comprised of top leadership from around the region meets regularly to guide the work and advance the goals of the initiative.  The Policy Board is supported by a senior staff coordinating committee that meets monthly, and working groups that manage the day-to-day projects and activities of Corridors of Opportunity.