Go Boston 2030
This plan envisions a city where all residents have better and more equitable travel choices. We are working to build efficient transportation networks that create economic opportunity. We’ll also take much needed steps to prepare for climate change.
By putting this plan in place, people will be able to access all parts of Boston safely and reliably. This is true whether you travel on foot, by public transportation, by bike, or by car.
Putting our Action Plan Projects in place
We've already started work on projects and policies listed in the Go Boston 2030 Action Plan. We are implementing early action projects and designing for longer-term initiatives. More than half of the 58 projects in the Action Plan are underway. These projects were developed from the more than 3,700 ideas submitted during our public outreach effort.
Action Plan Projects
Improving local and regional transit service
More reliable bus, train, ferry, and shuttle networks
The Transportation Department established its first ever Transit Team in 2019.
Safer, stress free, more accessible walking and biking
Creating welcoming, connected, complete streets
In 2018, the City committed to capital improvement projects to improve street safety.
Smarter, more efficient streets
Smart traffic signals, performance parking, and climate readiness
The New Mobility Team is currently expanding and developing programs to increase street efficiency.
Visioning Public Engagement ProcessPublic Process
In the winter of 2015, we collected 5,000 questions and sorted them into nine themes
In February of 2015, our community and agency partners came together to identify priority questions for each theme.
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
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.
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.
In Spring of 2016, an online survey and paper ballot were used to collect input on the transportation futures from 3,800 people.