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Tremont Street Design Project

Last updated: 5/22/18

Tremont Street Design Project

We want to improve pedestrian safety in the South End and lower Roxbury.

Through the Go Boston 2030 process, you identified Tremont Street as a priority project. We're looking at ways to make Tremont Street safer for everyone, with an emphasis on pedestrian safety at intersections.

Still have questions? Contact:
Transportation
1 City Hall Square
Room 721
Boston, MA 02201-2026
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Project Area

A map of the area surrounding the project location. Tremont St from Melnea Cass Blvd to Herald St is highlight in blue.

The project area consists of Tremont Street, from Melnea Cass Boulevard to Herald Street. The project does not include the intersections of Melnea Cass Boulevard, Massachusetts Avenue, and Herald Street.

Give your input

On April 12, 2018, we held the first public meeting for this project at the Castle Square Community Center. After we gave a presentation, community members were invited to review pedestrian and vehicle data. They could also give feedback about project outcomes and specific blocks of Tremont Street.

You can view the documents and give your input by using the links below. We are collecting feedback through June 30, 2018.

Business survey

In addition to getting feedback from people who live on or near Tremont Street, we want to get input from the people who own or work in the business along the corridor. If you are an owner or employee of a business on Tremont Street, please complete the survey and send it back to us by mail or email.

We've provided two versions of the survey. One is a form that you can fill out on your computer and email back to us at visionzero@boston.gov. The other you can print and mail back to us at Boston Transportation Department | Attn: Najah Casimir | 1 City Hall Plaza | Room 721 | Boston, MA 02201.

Survey - Email        Survey - mail

Previous project updates

Previous Updates

On April 12, 2018, we held a public meeting at the Castle Square Community Center. We gave a presentation, then invited people to view pedestrian and vehicle data and give feedback on specific blocks of Tremont Street. You can:

On February 26, 2018, we met with community stakeholders to share basic information in advance of the general community public meeting. You can view the project overview by clicking the button below.

Tremont street project overview