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  • Dudley Square Walk with Mayor Walsh

    WalkBoston is teaming up with Mayor Marty Walsh and a number of community organizations to host an annual walk in Dudley Square on May 8, 2014. The walk will highlight the varied community development, private redevelopment and public projects that are creating a renaissance in Dudley Square. Mayor Walsh will offer brief remarks about the City’s role and efforts in Dudley. Neighborhood community organizations have joined WalkBoston to co-host the event, including ACE, Boston Housing Authority, Discover Roxbury, Dudley Square Main Streets, Dudley Square Neighborhood Initiative, Madison Park Development Corporation and Nuestra Communidad. read more
  • We did it! Our Revere Kickstarter hit our goal!

    It is official - we successfully funded our first Kickstarter campaign! We're creating a Healthy Living Community Walking Map for Revere, MA. We received a challenge grant for over half of the cost from the Tomfohrde Foundation and needed to match it. Thank you for your help! read more
  • Good walking good business

    Good Walking Is Good Business

    WalkBoston is spreading the message to cities and towns that for businesses, supporting improved walking conditions is a sound but sometimes overlooked investment. Dollar for dollar, the returns are impressive; from more customers to healthier, more productive employees. read more
  • WalkBoston rally

    Making Massachusetts more walkable.

    WalkBoston makes walking safer and easier to encourage better health, a cleaner environment and vibrant communities. We advocate for policies that produce walking friendly environments, with special emphasis on providing for those who depend on walking the most – children, seniors, people with disabilities, and transit riders. read more
  • Safe Routes To School kid

    Safe Routes to School

    WalkBoston has worked to successfully to develop lasting Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs that increase walking and engage students, teachers, parents and community members. Starting in 2012, WalkBoston embarked upon a multi-year SRTS effort in three Massachusetts cities to implement SRTS programs that benefit student health and benefit the environment with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) over time. read more