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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Comments on MassDOT Draft Pedestrian Plan

Comments on MassDOT Draft Pedestrian Plan

October 16, 2018 Secretary Stephanie Pollack Massachusetts Department of Transportation 10 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116 Dear Secretary Pollack: WalkBoston is pleased to provide comments on the Draft MA Pedestrian Transportation Plan, and to see so many of the comments that we and other members of the Massachusetts Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board captured in …

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WalkBoston Statewide Action Plan

WalkBoston Statewide Action Plan

Building on nearly 30 years of advocacy in more than 100 cities and towns across the Commonwealth, WalkBoston has adopted a 3-year plan offering a framework to Make Massachusetts More Walkable. This action plan articulates our working principles, while also defining our focus areas and organizational goals with clear measures of success. Focus Areas Pedestrian …

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Survey on walking from BU School of Public Health students

Survey on walking from BU School of Public Health students

Concerned about walking/walkability in your community & have 5 minutes to spare? Communications students at the Boston University School of Public Health have created a short survey for us! With this info, they will be creating a short video to encourage others to get involved with the WalkMassachusetts Network. Fill out the survey, sign up for the Network, …

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