Five Policy Briefings to Suggest Boston Transportation Improvements

The Boston City Council Committee on Parks, Recreation and Transportation released a report last week to summarize their findings from a series of policy...

Waterfront Condo Boards Take Issue With City Hall’s “Community Engagement” on Removing Brick Sidewalks

http://youtu.be/vDXdnqjbWE4 A discussion not on the agenda, but definitely a hot topic, erupted at the May 11th meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents'...

Cycle Track Riders Better Not Follow the Signs

  The list of mistakes on the North End cycle track continues to grow. Paul Foster shares this photo of a recently installed sign for...

City Won’t Fix Design and Construction Faults of North End Cycle Track

Now entering its third summer of construction, the North End cycle track continues to generate tremendous controversy among residents as it nears completion on Commercial Street and Atlantic...

North End Water and Sewer Works May 2017 Update

The May 2017 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below as part of Phase II of the multi-year North End Water,...

WalkBoston Talks to Residents Association

WalkBoston's Brendan Kearney presented at the April 2017 meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents' Association (NEWRA) to discuss its walk-ability initiatives. WalkBoston is...

Downtown View: Boston’s Future Mobility

The city published its Go Boston 2030 report in mid-March. It is 223 pages long. I read it so you don’t have to. It’s...

North End Water and Sewer Work April 2017 Update

The April 2017 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below as part of Phase II of the multi-year North End Water,...

North End Neighborhood Visitor and Metered Parking Map

Last month, I posted a new interactive North End parking map highlighting parking lots and garages in the nearby area. Below is an additional...

Hack for Boston’s Traffic Gridlock: A Boat

Boston Traffic Gridlock Hack:   Water Taxi services are an underutilized resource for coastline trippers in Boston. If your destination is anywhere on Boston Harbor’s...

Mayor’s Column: Go Boston 2030

by Mayor Martin J. Walsh On any given day at any given time, I can look outside my window at City Hall and see our streets...

Downtown View: Where Things Stand – Allston Interchange

If you live in downtown Boston, you probably know this place from your car only. This is where either you paid your first toll...

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