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WalkBoston makes walking safer and easier in Massachusetts to encourage better health, a cleaner environment and more vibrant communities. In March 2018, we relaunched our website centered on the work we do with people and organizations in communities across the state

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Comments on the DEIR/DPIR for the Suffolk Downs Project, MEPA 15783

Comments on the DEIR/DPIR for the Suffolk Downs Project, MEPA 15783

December 14, 2018 Matthew Beaton, Secretary Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) ATTN: MEPA Office 100 Cambridge Street, Suite 900 Boston MA 02114 Brian Golden, Director Boston Redevelopment Authority One City Hall Square Boston, MA 02201-1007 RE:  Comments on the DEIR/DPIR for the Suffolk Downs Project MEPA: #15783 Dear Secretary Beaton and Director …

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Boston Comment Letters in 2018

Boston Comment Letters in 2018

WalkBoston reviews selected development and transportation projects that are located in areas of particular importance to people walking, or that could have impacts on many existing (or future) pedestrians. Comment letters are submitted to the appropriate state or local public agencies. Comments on The Findings For The Throat Portion Of The I-90 Allston Interchange Project …

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Chilly and fun Salem Street Walk Audit in Medford

Chilly and fun Salem Street Walk Audit in Medford

  WalkBoston was thrilled to lead a Salem Street and Haines Square walk audit with WalkMedford. Joined by Mayor Stephanie Burke, multiple city officials, local business owners, school representatives / volunteers and the public our group of 15+ walked for two hours discussing possible improvements to safety, accessibility and street design quality.   So great that Lois B. joined …

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