We strive to guarantee safe and efficient travel into and around Boston. We always consider pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, passengers, and everyone who takes public transportation. Our work attempts to improve safety and traffic flow while balancing residential and commercial needs for street parking. We use coordinated planning, engineering, enforcement, and community engagement to guide our work.
We always try to take advantage of current technology to improve what we do, from customer service to new programs.
News and Announcements
Mayor Walsh investing $1.4 million to improve safety and traffic conditions in Readville
Drivers reminded of $100 fine for illegal parking in Fenway/Kenmore resident spaces
Rutherford Ave / Sullivan Square Design Project informational meeting
We'll be giving a project update at the Knights of Columbus in Charlestown on May 18 at 6:30 p.m.
City Council Committee on Ways and Means Hearing on Dockets #0536-0543, FY18 Budget, Transportation Department
Our city-wide plan will connect people in every neighborhood to Boston’s greenway network.
We want to create streets that are great public spaces and last a long time.
Autonomous vehicles: Boston’s approach
Neighborhood Slow Streets
- Traffic regulations and permits
- Guidelines for traffic engineers, contractors, and developers
- Guidelines for tour buses in Boston
- Traffic Management Center Annual Report - FY 2016
- Traffic Management Center Annual Report - FY 2015
- Traffic Management Center Annual Report - FY 2014
- Traffic Management Center Annual Report - FY 2013