Greater Ashmont Main Street invites you to a “Vision Zero” Community Forum

Date: 
Thursday, June 9, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 
All Saints Church, 209 Ashmont St. Dorchester, MA 02124
Greater Ashmont Main Street invites you to a “Vision Zero” Community Forum
Thursday, June 9, 2016
6:30 - 8:30PM at All Saints Church, 209 Ashmont St. Dorchester, MA 02124
Conveniently located around the corner from the Ashmont MBTA Station

More info & RSVP at the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/943461305708902/

 
Join your neighbors to learn about Vision Zero and give input on the best ways to make our neighborhood streets safer for all road users: pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers.
 
What is Vision Zero?
In 2015, Mayor Marty Walsh made a commitment to Vision Zero Boston, an initiative that will direct city resources to proven strategies to reduce fatal and serious traffic crashes, with the goal of eliminating them from Boston by 2030.
 
Featured Speakers:
Learn about about city-wide and neighborhood initiatives. An interactive mapping exercise will enable participants to highlight specific street safety issues in our area.
Andrea Campbell, District 4, Boston City Council
Charlotte Fleetwood, Senior Transportation Planner, City of Boston Vision Task Force
Dave Queeley, Director of Eco-Innovation, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp.
 
Also part of the event:
*FREE SNACKS* *DRAWING FOR PRIZE FROM ASHMONT CYCLES*
*ART ACTIVITY FOR YOUTH LED BY DOT ART*
Co-Sponsors:
Ashmont Cycles 
Boston Transportation Department 
City Councilors Andrea Campbell and Frank Baker  
Dot Art  
DotBike  
LivableStreets  

State Representatives Dan Cullinane and Dan Hunt  
WalkBoston

 
To become a co-sponsor, please contact exec@greaterashmont.org by May 15.
Greater Ashmont Main Street is part of the City of Boston Main Streets Program. We are a non-profit,
501(c)(3) corporation that brings together local businesses, residents, neighborhood organizations and
community partners to strengthen the Greater Ashmont business district and the entire
community. Visit us at www.greaterashmont.org.