Last month, city councilors discussed concerns about pedestrian safety at their regular council meeting. As Boston becomes more developed, there are more vehicles as well as more pedestrians. Raised by Councilor Flynn, he said many residents don’t feel safe walking throughout the city. He wants to see more raised crosswalks, speed bumps, and stop signs.
In the densely-settled North End / Waterfront, it’s no secret that both pedestrians and vehicles are abundant. As a pedestrian, do you feel safe walking in the neighborhood? Vote in our poll and add your comments in the section below!
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