This federally-mandated document contains the regulations and procedures to assure that programs and activities of MATS are conducted and administered fairly, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or limited English proficiency. The primary goals and objectives of MATS’ Title VI Program are: 1. To assign roles, responsibilities, and procedures for ensuring compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related regulations and directives; 2. To prevent discrimination in the MATS’ programs and activities; 3. To establish procedures for identifying impacts in any program, service, or activity that may create illegal adverse discrimination on any person; 4. To set forth procedures for filing and processing complaints by persons who believe they have been subjected to illegal discrimination under Title VI in the MATS’ services, programs, or activities; 5. Ensure Limited English Proficiency processes and Environmental Justice principles are integrated into procedures and programs.