JP/Rox Transportation Action Plan
We’re making short- and long-term improvements in the Washington Street and Columbus Avenue Corridor.
This plan — which looks at getting around by walking, biking, transit, and car — will cover the same geographical area as PLAN: JP/Rox. We will use that initiative’s recommendations as a starting point for our work. We’ll also use the development scenarios created in PLAN: JP/Rox. These scenarios will guide us as we improve the transportation system.
Still have questions? Contact:
1 CITY HALL SQUARE
BOSTON, MA 02201-2026
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Read the summary of our October 23, 2018, public meeting.
Resumen de la reunión pública del 23 de octubre de 2018
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Read the summary of our July 17, 2018, public meeting.
Resumen de la reunión pública del 17 de julio de 2018
Action Items presented at July 17, 2018 Public Meeting
Concepts for Egleston Square presented at July 17, 2018 Public Meeting
We reviewed existing conditions and gathered transportation priorities.
Read the summary of our March 29, 2018, public meeting.
Resumen de la reunión pública del 29 de marzo de 2018
We gave an update about the upcoming Transportation Action Plan.
Read the summary of our September 19, 2017, public meeting.
Resumen de la reunión pública del 19 de septiembre de 2017
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About Go Boston 2030
Boston’s citywide transportation plan, Go Boston 2030, lays out a commitment to:
- walk-friendly, transit-supporting, and bike-welcoming policy and infrastructure, and
- prioritize the movement of people over cars.
With Go Boston 2030, community ideas serve as the backbone for our decisions. We want to engage with as many different people across Boston as possible.