A North Ender tells us that he had an unusually difficult time finding a resident parking spot today around lunchtime after circling for 45 minutes. Along the way, he came across a car on North Street in a resident spot with New Hampshire plates surrounded by orange cones (and obviously, no resident sticker). After contacting City Hall and reporting it, Boston Transportation Department said they would send out someone to ticket and tow.
Boston Transportation Department Commissioner Thomas J. Tinlin has responded to recent press articles and letters from suburban politicians regarding the City of Boston proposal to reroute pass-through hazardous material trucks to Route 128 from city streets (including the North End / Waterfront / Downtown). The public comment period has now ended and the routing decision Read More…
This is the first in a series of articles on the issues discussed at the June 22, 2009 public meeting for the Greenway District Planning Study with a focus on transportation.
The Boston Transportation Department was on stage Monday night as part of a series of public meetings for the Greenway District Planning Study. Vineet Gupta presented goals of the department that not only apply to the Greenway, but also to the larger City transportation system.