Making Massachusetts more walkable 

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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New website is live

New website is live

Our new site is live! We’re excited to present a refreshed site that will allow us to emphasize the work we do in communities across Massachusetts. We’ll be using the new community pages to upload project work that we do, so that walk audits and other recommendations can be more readily available. Bear with us …

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MA Vision Zero Coalition support for the Inman Square project

MA Vision Zero Coalition support for the Inman Square project

May 21, 2018 To the Cambridge City Council, We are writing to you today since we understand you will be conducting a hearing tonight that involves discussion on the removal of 4 or 5 trees from Inman Square, to facilitate the Inman Square road design for transportation safety. The goals of the Inman Square redesign …

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MassLive – Lincoln Elementary School event in Springfield highlights benefits of sharing the road

MassLive – Lincoln Elementary School event in Springfield highlights benefits of sharing the road

MassLive: “Lincoln Elementary School event in Springfield highlights benefits of sharing the road” by Elizabeth Roman A coalition of non-profit and public organizations will host an event to inform the public of the ways in which public roadways can be designed so that everyone can drive, ride, walk, and run equally. The event will be …

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WalkBoston and partners host Chelsea Walk: Eastern Ave to Broadway!

WalkBoston and partners host Chelsea Walk: Eastern Ave to Broadway!

On May 2nd, WalkBoston and community partners hosted a free walk in Chelsea to highlight local walkability, transit and development projects and opportunities, while also emphasizing the need to maintain affordability and prevent displacement. Thanks so much to the 50+ people who attended, especially our speakers and co-hosts: GreenRoots, The Neighborhood Developers, TransitMatters, Transportation for …

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