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we’re all in this together

we’re all in this together

 As of Governor Baker’s Friday morning update (March 27, 2020), Massachusetts officials say to stay home, stop the spread. MassDPH’s public health advisory says to “only leave your home to address essential needs, get some fresh air and exercise, and if you do, avoid unnecessary contact with other individuals.”  It is still permissible to walk, bike, …

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Storytelling Project

Storytelling Project

WalkBoston is celebrating 30 years of pedestrian advocacy this year! To reflect on 3 decades of work, we want to hear from you: how has our work impacted you and your community? Every year, WalkBoston staff challenges ourselves to concisely share our recent work in the “One Minute, One Slide” portion of our Annual Meeting. …

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Postponed: Annual Celebration

Postponed: Annual Celebration

WalkBoston is postponing our annual celebration scheduled for March 25th in response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. We are suspending current ticket sales until a new date is confirmed. Those who have purchased tickets will stay on the guest list. You will not need to buy another ticket. We will update the Eventbrite registration page with any …

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POSTPONED: Upcoming City of Boston Transportation Department Open Houses 

POSTPONED: Upcoming City of Boston Transportation Department Open Houses 

Update, 3/13 11:00am – OPEN HOUSE SERIES POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE We are postponing our series of Open Houses scheduled for the Tremont Street Design Project. We apologize for any inconvenience. The postponed Open Houses are as follows: Open House #1: Monday, March 16, from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Revolution Hotel, located at 40 …

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Second WalkMassachusetts Network Forum Convenes in Framingham

Second WalkMassachusetts Network Forum Convenes in Framingham

On February 12, WalkBoston staff and members of the WalkMassachusetts Network convened for a second Network-wide forum in Framingham. The WalkMassachusetts Network is a statewide network of advocacy organizations, municipal committees, and community groups working on improving walkability. WalkBoston created the Network in 2018 with the aim of supporting and connecting local advocates to build …

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