Fairmount Indigo Planning Initiative Community Forum

"Building New Connections to Your Neighborhood"

Join in the conversation about connecting the communities along the Fairmount corridor to economic opportunities, jobs, transit, and housing. We need your voice to help develop a vision for the future.

Food and childcare will be provided.

For more information about the project, visit the website.

South Station Expansion Project Open House

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is leading an effort to improve and expand Boston South Station for the future, and we want to invite your participation and hear your ideas. We are planning a variety of opportunities for you to meet us and provide your input, beginning with two project open houses to be held just a short walk from South Station. The information to be provided by MassDOT at the two open houses will be the same, and we hope that you will find it convenient to attend one or both of them.

Bostonians Talk the Walk

In Bostonians Walk the Talk Elizabeth Broth paints a holistic picture of the many ways WalkBoston is changing the public's perceptions about walking while also working on policy efforts to make it easier for folks to incorporate walking into their daily lives

Moving Together 2012: Record Attendance

Conference attendees shared their ideas on strategies to promote mode shift. Wendy Landman (WalkBoston), David Watson (MassBike), Steve Miller (Livable Streets) and Catherine Cagle (MassDOT) from the new Massachusetts Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board focused on the mode shift ideas generated at the conference which will be shared with Secretary Davey.

Scaling the Heights: From Foot of the Rocks Park to Menotomy Rocks Park

Dear Members and Friends of Walking In Arlington

Walking In Arlington and the Old Schwamb Mill are cosponsoring a historical walk led by Ed Gordon on Saturday November 3rd at 9am. We will be braving some of Arlington's steeper hills for "Scaling the Heights: From Foot of the Rocks Park to Menotomy Rocks Park". Register and pay by November 1st to save a spot.


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