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Transportation

COVID-19 update: Please review our informational page to see how the ongoing public health emergency has affected the Transportation Department.

Our vision is for Boston's streets to be safe, inclusive, and vibrant. 

Our mission is to plan, build, maintain, and operate our streets in a manner that increases access to opportunities, promotes safety and resilience, and fosters the highest quality of life for everyone living, working, and visiting our City.

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Room 721
Boston, MA 02201-2026
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Boston Tow Lot

Our Tow Lot is located at 200 Frontage Road in South Boston. Call 617-635-3900 for info.

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News and Announcements

Latest news
Towing for street cleaning to resume citywide; ticket amnesty program to expire

Towing for street cleaning to resume citywide; ticket amnesty program to expire

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Pilot program to offer up to $60 public transit credits for workers in five Main Street Districts

Pilot program to offer up to $60 public transit credits for workers in five Main Street Districts

Transportation
Car Share Boston, an alternative to personal vehicle ownership, expanded in the City

Car Share Boston, an alternative to personal vehicle ownership, expanded in the City

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Street sweeping, ticketing enforcement for expired inspection stickers and vehicle registration to resume

Street sweeping, ticketing enforcement for expired inspection stickers and vehicle registration to resume

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The City of Boston initiative envisions a bold transportation future for the City for the next five, 10, and 15 years.

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