Neighborhood Slow Streets - informal, unofficial info session
Monday, February 27, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
NEW LOCATION: DLA Piper, 33 Arch Street, Boston, MA
UPDATE 2/23: Due to a great response, we've had to shift the venue for the WalkBoston "Neighborhood Slow Streets - informal, unofficial info session" on Monday, February 27 at 6:30 PM. Thank you DLA Piper (and one of our board members) for offering to provide a conference room!
DLA Piper is located at 33 Arch Street in Downtown Crossing, a 4min walk from the original meeting spot at the WalkBoston office. (Directions here).
We need to share a list of names with the security, so even if you've indicated "Yes" on Facebook, please add your name via this Google form. If you have emailed email@example.com - your name has already been added to this list!
If there are any further changes, we will send an update to those that have emailed & the Facebook event page. Thank you, and see you Monday!
Come learn about the City of Boston's Neighborhood Slow Streets program - this is an informal, unofficial session so that people can learn more about it.
Neighborhood Slow Streets is the Boston Transportation Department's new approach to traffic calming requests in Boston, with the aim "to reduce the number and severity of crashes on residential streets, lessen the impacts of cut-through traffic, and add to the quality of life in our neighborhoods."
Applications are due by Friday, March 24, 2017.
The Boston Transportation Department's site with info about the program & the application can be found here: https://www.boston.gov/transportation/neighborhood-slow-streets