Baker Administratio’s $2.655 Billion FY22 Capital Plan Supports Many Age-Friendly Programs

The Baker Administration recently announced its Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) Capital Plan, a $2.655 billion plan that makes substantial investments in critical priorities including housing, transportation, climate resiliency, health and human services, and education to promote economic growth and opportunity.

Much of these investments will help communities become more age-friendly, including a continuation of the MassDOT Shared Streets and Spaces program, Complete Streets, and support for affordable housing.

For a full list of capital priorities and funding allocations, see the Governor’s press release here.