Electric Vehicle Charging Station Location Update

As more and more Bostonians and visitors alike purchase, rent and become more aware of electric vehicles as a viable option for clean, affordable transportation the City of Boston is currently working on an online map for the public available … Continue reading

Boston Bike Network Plan Open House

The second open house for the Boston Bike Network Plan saw a great turnout for the November 16th event in the Boston Public Library. The Boston Bicycle Network plan aims to increase bicycling and to improve safety, comfort and connectivity for … Continue reading

City of Boston and National Park Service Announce “Connect.Historic Boston!”

The City of Boston and the National Park Service are partnering for the design of a comprehensive network to connect transit hubs to important National Park sites.  Pedestrian and bicycle connections will focus on transit hubs at North Station, Aquarium, … Continue reading

First Public Meeting for Melnea Cass Design on October 11th

The first public meeting for the Melnea Cass Boulevard Design Project will be held on October 11, 2011, 6:30-8:30 PM at the Goodwill Industries at 1010 Harrison Avenue.  Please join local residents, business owners, community and advocacy groups to discuss … Continue reading

New Guidelines Chapters Published!

The Boston Complete Streets team has uploaded the latest draft of the Sidewalks design guidelines for public review.  Visit the Guidelines tab on the toolbar and scroll-through, print, or e-mail any or all of chapters 1-3, which now cover Street … Continue reading

Roxbury Neighborhood Walk: Dudley to Melnea Cass Successful!

  Enthusiastic Bostonians joined the Boston Transportation Department and the Boston Public Health Commission on Wednesday, August 24th to welcome renowned walking health advocate Mark Fenton to Roxbury. The walk of over 85 attendees, was the third in a series … Continue reading

Boston Awarded State Grant for 22 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The City of Boston has been granted 22 free dual electric vehicle charging stations Friday, July 22, 2011 by the Green Communities Division of the state’s Department of Energy Resources.  The grant includes $1,000 per station for installation.  The official … Continue reading

The City Inaugurates Electric Vehicle Charging Stations & Announces EVboston Initiative

On Monday, May 23rd the City unveiled Boston’s first on-street charging stations for electric vehicles. The City also announced the launch of EVboston, a new program through the Boston Complete Streets initiative designed to promote the use and accessibility of … Continue reading

City of Boston Hosts Electric Vehicle Charging Fair and Forum

The Boston Transportation Department, in conjunction with the Environment Department, Mass Clean Cities and sponsor A Better City hosted a free electric vehicle charging fair and forum on Friday, May 20 at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center. The … Continue reading

Boston Launches Hubway

The City signed a contract with Alta Bicycle Share to bring a cutting-edge bike share system to Boston, one of the first in the country. Dubbed Hubway specifically for the region, the installation of the system will begin soon with … Continue reading