MEMBERS 20+ YEARS
Borough of North Wales
Borough of Souderton
Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation (EP-ACT)
Gwynedd Mercy University
Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce
Lower Gwynedd Township
Lower Salford Township
McMahon Associates, Inc.
Michael Baker International Montgomery Township
North Penn Water Authority
Surburban Transit (DBA TransNet)
Upper Gwynedd Township
Upper Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce
MEMBERS 15+ YEARS
Eastern Montgomery Chamber of Commerce
Gilmore & Associates, Inc.
North Wales Water Authority
Pennsylvania Environmental Council
The Barndt Agency, Inc. Peter Becker Community
MEMBERS 10+ YEARS
Abington Lansdale Hospital
CKS Engineers, Inc.
Bergman Engineering, LLC (Since 2018)
Bucks-Mont Collaborative (Since 2021) Carroll Engineering (Since 2022) Traffic Planning and Design, Inc (Since 2023)
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC)
Montgomery County Planning Commission
State Rep. Hanbidge
State Rep. Malagari
Bike + Sol
Horsham Township Library
Indian Valley Public Library
Lansdale Public Library
Montco Dept. of Commerce
Montco Dept. of Health & Human Services
Upper Perkiomen Library VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn
Child Development Foundation
The Montgomery County Foundation Inc Air Quality Partnership UNIVEST
Peter Becker Community
The Pathway School
Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia Harleysville Bank QNB Bank Ambler Savings Bank TD Bank
Air Quality Tip
Approximately 20 days each year, air quality in Montco does not meet EPA health standards. Everyone can take action to reduce air pollution and improve air quality.
Maintaining your vehicle, commuting smarter, saving energy at work & home, and employers joining the Air Quality Partnership through the Partnership TMA of Montgomery County are simple steps to improve air quality.
Avoid aggressive driving. Speeding, rapid acceleration, and hard braking can reduce gas mileage by 33% at highway speeds.
Maintain Your Vehicle
Refuel your vehicle at the end of the day. Ozone levels are usually highest in mid-to-late afternoon.
The Partnership TMA of Montgomery County collaborates with 150+ public and private sector partners to:
Expand & Enhance transportation options
Ease traffic congestion
Educate & Engage our communities on issues of land use, the environment, and healthy lifestyles