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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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Boston Globe: “Memos to Mayor Walsh on the state of the city – Bike, pedestrian advocates offer additional ways to boost traffic enforcement”

Boston Globe: “Memos to Mayor Walsh on the state of the city – Bike, pedestrian advocates offer additional ways to boost traffic enforcement”

Boston Globe: “Memos to Mayor Walsh on the state of the city – Bike, pedestrian advocates offer additional ways to boost traffic enforcement” In last week’s State of the City address (“Mayor calls for bolder action on transportation, housing,” Page A1, Jan. 8), Mayor Martin J. Walsh tasked the Boston Police and Transportation departments to …

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MetroWest Daily News: “Health Foundation Invests $300K in 16 area organizations”

MetroWest Daily News: “Health Foundation Invests $300K in 16 area organizations”

The MetroWest Daily News: “Health Foundation Invests $300K in 16 area organizations” The MetroWest Health Foundation awarded over $300,000 in new grants to 16 area organizations. These grants will support various programs designed to improve health and wellness across the region. WalkBoston, $17,500, to engage teens in promoting a more walkable community in Framingham.   …

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Joint Comment Letter on MassDCR Arborway Improvement Project

Joint Comment Letter on MassDCR Arborway Improvement Project

December 16, 2019 Department of Conservation and Recreation Office of Public Outreach 251 Causeway St 6th Floor Boston, MA 02114 CC: Senator Chang-Diaz, Representative Nika Elugardo, Representative Liz Malia, City Councilor Matt O’Malley, Chief of Streets Chris Osgood Dear Mr. Jeff Parenti and team at DCR, We are so glad the planning process for improving …

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