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WalkBoston, LivableStreets, Boston Cyclists Union Comments 244 – 284 A Street “Channelside” PNF

WalkBoston, LivableStreets, Boston Cyclists Union Comments 244 – 284 A Street “Channelside” PNF

October 9, 2020 Director Brian Golden Boston Planning and Development Agency Attn via email: Aisling Kerr Secretary Kathleen A. Theoharides Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Attn via email: Alexander Strysky Re: Comment on 244 – 284 A Street “Channelside” PNF Dear Director Golden and Secretary Theoharides: WalkBoston, LivableStreets Alliance and the Boston Cyclists …

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WalkBoston Comments on Harbor Garage Redevelopment

WalkBoston Comments on Harbor Garage Redevelopment

October 9, 2020 Director Brian Golden Boston Planning and Development Agency Attn via email: Ebony DaRosa Secretary Kathleen A. Theoharides Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Attn via email: Alexander Strysky Re: The Pinnacle at Central Wharf (Harbor Garage Redevelopment) Dear Secretary Theoharides and Director Golden: WalkBoston is Massachusetts’ leading pedestrian advocate. We frequently …

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Event: Beat the Bay State Team Challenge

Event: Beat the Bay State Team Challenge

More people than ever are taking to the sidewalks to stay healthy, get to work, and safely connect with people during COVID 19. Starting November 1st, we’re challenging you to compete in the Beat the Bay State Challenge! Register today on RunSignUp Log miles on foot to virtually trace the perimeter of Massachusetts in 30 days. …

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National Pedestrian Safety Month: Decrease Vehicle Speed

National Pedestrian Safety Month: Decrease Vehicle Speed

USDOT’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration designated October as the first-ever National Pedestrian Safety Month. WalkBoston commends the federal recognition of the importance of addressing the safety of the most vulnerable road users. We hope that National Pedestrian Safety Month will propel communities to focus on the safety of people walking.  In recognition of National …

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Boston Herald: Woman struck by stolen vehicle suffers life-threatening injuries at Boston Public Garden, police say

Boston Herald: Woman struck by stolen vehicle suffers life-threatening injuries at Boston Public Garden, police say

Boston Herald: “Woman struck by stolen vehicle suffers life-threatening injuries at Boston Public Garden, police say” Brendan Kearney of the WalkBoston advocacy group said he counts five fatal crashes in Boston this year, including the one earlier this week in Andrew Square. He said the city should use its current Boston Common master planning project …

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