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Last updated: 9/12/17

Go Boston 2030

Go Boston 2030 is a City of Boston initiative that envisions a bold transportation future for the City for the next five, 10, and 15 years.

Go Boston 2030 produced a draft Vision Framework in 2015. It was based on 5,000 questions and comments collected from the public and the more than 600 people who participated in the Visioning Lab.

In fall 2015, we collected transportation project and policy ideas at “Ideas on the Street” pop-ups and Idea Roundtables. We also gathered stories through “Share Your Trip with BTD.” In spring 2016, more than 4,000 people selected the type of future and the projects and policies that they wanted to prioritize. These ideas and this feedback were used to develop the Vision and Action Plan released in March 2017.

Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan

This plan includes a set of goals and inspirational targets, along with a set of projects and policies. 

Visioning Public Engagement Process

See the process
Question Truck at Dudley Square
Question Campaign

In the winter of 2015, we collected 5,000 questions and sorted them into nine themes

Question Review Session
Question Review Session

In February of 2015, our community and agency partners came together to identify priority questions for each theme.

Ideas for the future at the Visioning Lab
Visioning Lab

In May of 2015, over 650 people attended a 2-day Visioning Lab to shape the goals of Go Boston 2030.

Action Plan Public Engagement Process

 Idea Campaign
Idea Campaign

In the fall of 2015, a bike trailer touring neighborhoods, an online portal, and a series of roundtables gathered 3,700 project and policy ideas.

Idea Review Session
Idea Review and Scenario Workshop

In the winter of 2016, our community and agency partners came together to review ideas and a three-day scenario workshop produced four possible transportation futures.

Go Boston 2030 - Future Survey
Select a Future

In Spring of 2016, an online survey and paper ballot were used to collect input on the transportation futures from 3,800 people.

Go Boston 2030 Public Engagement in Action

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