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

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Caminatas Seguras: Advocating for Park Accessibility in East Boston

Caminatas Seguras: Advocating for Park Accessibility in East Boston

Last Tuesday, June 14, WalkBoston joined East Boston residents and members of GreenRoots, a non-profit dedicated to improving access to and enjoyment of the urban environment of Boston and its surrounding communities, on a walk through multiple parks in East Boston. GreenRoots hosts walks in East Boston every Tuesday beginning at Bremen Street Park, with …

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Joint Comment Letter Re: Seaport Square Notice of Project Change

Joint Comment Letter Re: Seaport Square Notice of Project Change

June 17, 2022 To: Nick Carter, BPDA Re: Seaport Square Notice of Project Change Dear Mr. Carter, Our collective organizations are pleased to provide comments on the Notice of Project Change for the Seaport Square Project. Overall we are very supportive of the public realm improvements proposed in the NPC, specifically: The expansion of the …

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Transportation Advocates Letter on Congress St / Fort Point Design

Transportation Advocates Letter on Congress St / Fort Point Design

June 17, 2022 Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Chief of Streets, City of Boston Arthur Jemison, Chief of Planning, City of Boston Pat Hoey, Senior Project Manager, Boston Transportation Department Re: Congress Street, Fort Point Design Dear Chief Franklin-Hodge, Chief Jemison and Mr. Hoey: Our collective organizations offer joint comments on the Congress Street Fort Point Design that was recently presented …

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