The New Urban Interface MIT Series - Sustainable Streets: New York City's New Public Space Vision

 

Part of the New Urban Interface MIT Speaker Series

Sustainable Streets: New York City's New Public Space Vision
Andrew Wiley-Schwartz
Assistant Commissioner, New York City Department of Transportation Public Plaza Program

Future of Transportation in MA Public Meeting (Hyannis)

 

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is holding a series of statewide public meetings, engaging with residents, community leaders and business owners to discuss the future of transportation in the Commonwealth.

Planet Southie Monthly Meeting

 

Topic: Solutions for safer and more accessible alternative transportation options (bus/MBTA, walking, biking).

Future of Transportation in MA Public Meeting (Haverhill)

 

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is holding a series of statewide public meetings, engaging with residents, community leaders and business owners to discuss the future of transportation in the Commonwealth.

Community Path Tour

 

JOIN THE FRIENDS OF THE COMMUNITY PATH ON A WALKING/BIKING TOUR OF THE PROPOSED COMMUNITY PATH EXTENSION!

The Friends of the Community Path will be hosting this fun tour to tell you about our progress and challenges on this great project! Our tour is FREE and open to the public (though we will accept donations if your force them upon us).

Newsletter Committee Meeting

Newsletter- Create, organize and edit WalkBoston’s quarterly newsletter.

If you would like to attend please RSVP to Hillary at hborcherding@walkboston.org 

Dorchester

This two sided maps gives you walking routes in both North and South Dorchester showing walkers just how walkable Dorchester really is.

WalkBoston Advocacy Committee Meeting on Casinos

Please join us as we kick off a conversation about how WalkBoston will weigh in on the pedestrian issues and opportunities that will be posed by casino proposals around the state. We won't talk about gambling, but we will talk about walking and transit access, relationships to existing and proposed land uses and the scale of the new uses.

Please rsvp to info@walkboston.org so we get a sense of how many people we will have.
Thanks!
Wendy Landman and Bob Sloane

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