Community Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Briefing: Rent by MBTA Map, BPDA Scaled Model, North Station Area Mobility?

Things to know for Wednesday, January 18, 2017!

Plan your schedule around the Community Calendar

Wednesday, January 18

6:30pm North Station Area Mobility Action Plan Public Meeting at West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street. The North Station Area Mobility Action Plan (NSAMAP) announced in November 2015, will develop both a range of near-term and longer-term implementable solutions for the improvement of transportation in areas adjacent to North Station, including the Bulfinch Triangle, and more.

7:00pm NEMPAC Annual Meeting – Public Invited. Located at the Mariners House, 11 N Square, Boston, visit for more information.

Instagram capturing Salem Street on a calm, winter day:

Take a look at the following articles:

Rent for One Bedroom in Boston, Mapped by MBTA Stop

Everybody knows that the median price for a one bedroom apartment in Boston has skyrocketed over the past few years. What if the median price was broken down by the MBTA map? Take a look at the MBTA map that shows the median price for a one bed apartment at each respective stop, view and read in full at, BostInno.

Go Check Out This Crazy Accurate 1:40-Scale Model of Boston

Located on the ninth floor of Boston City Hall is the BPDA’s model room, where it boats a meticulously crafted 1:40-scale replica of downtown Boston, featuring portions of Beacon Hill, the North End, Charlestown, Back Bay, and the Seaport. BPDA will be opening the exhibit to the public, Boston Magazine has details on how to make a reservation.

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