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Coordinated Street Furniture Program

Coordinated Street Furniture Program

The program is a first of its kind in the United States. Learn more about how the it’s improving the City of Boston’s curb appeal. 

There are more than 400 pieces of street furniture in the City. They offer tourists and residents amenities like phones and bathrooms. The different types of street furniture match each other in style and architecture.

JCDecaux will run the program until 2026 at no cost to the City of Boston. In 2015, the program created $26,100,000 in revenue for the City.

STREET FURNITURE BY THE NUMBERS

There are eight automatic, self-cleaning, and accessible public toilets in the program. You can find them:

  • across from Faneuil Hall on Congress Street
  • in Boston’s Historic North End on Commercial Street
  • in Shipyard Park, at the Constitution Pier in Charlestown
  • at Central Wharf on Atlantic Ave
  • on Boylston Street at the Boston Public Library
  • at the EDIC, across from Design Center Place
  • at 2 Long Wharf, and
  • at Roxbury and Dudley Square.

A view of a bus shelter and a public toilet. 

We have also installed:

  • 290 bus shelters in the City
  • 122 City information panels with maps
  • one newsstand, and
  • 43 telephone pillars.

A City information panel, a news stand, and a telephone pillar.

Still have questions? Contact:
Property Management
617-635-4100
1 City Hall Square
Room 811
Boston, MA 02201-2036
United States