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The guidelines for new developments over 50,000 square feet will facilitate a more efficient and...

Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in Boston in the week leading up to the...

Newbury Street will again be pedestrian-only on Sunday, September 26.

Student move-in at local colleges and universities will require temporary parking restrictions in...

For the first time, Bluebikes will be made available in Hyde Park.

Transforming Trends into Lasting Positive Change, new COB/ABC report offers roadmap for navigating...

Newbury Street into a pedestrian-only walkway for three Sundays in August (August 15, 22, and 29)...

Since launch in 2011, the publicly-owned and managed bike share program has enabled more than 14...

All riders using the MBTA Route 28 bus will be able to board and ride this route for free from...

Starting Tuesday, April 20, parking enforcement will return citywide, including towing during posted...

The new program offers up to a $60 credit for MBTA and Bluebikes passes for 1,000 employees who work...

A successful pilot program has resulted in the expansion from 40 car-share parking spaces up to 250...

Beginning Monday, March 1, street sweeping will resume in the North End, South End and Beacon Hill...

The City of Boston, in collaboration with A Better City, has released the results of a survey...

New bus lanes, walk-friendly signal changes, and separated bike lanes have been added in Downtown...

In tandem, the Boston Transportation Department is installing publicly accessible electric vehicle...

The Transportation Department is seeking artists for mural proposals for the wall at 457 Blue Hill...

For the past year, theTransportation Department has been leading a community process to re-imagine...

The City of Boston is part of a team that is piloting the City's first income-tiered electric...

These changes advance the Mayor Walsh’s Healthy Streets goals to support a safe, reopening and...

The City of Boston and the Public Works Department today announced that ticketing enforcement during...

This program is to understand how e-cargo bikes could fit into Boston’s delivery landscape that...

The new Washington Street bus lane will save 24,000 weekday riders up to 12 minutes on trips from...

The City of Boston will reimagine streets in Boston to better support local businesses and...

UPDATE AS OF JULY 6, 2020: When the state enters Phase 3 of its reopening plan, we will stop...

We are installing temporary takeout food pickup zones throughout the City of Boston.

We have information related to the Transportation Department and City's response to the COVID-19...

The new zones further the City of Boston's Go Boston 2030 mobility and safety goals.

First Night festivities taking place in the City of Boston on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, will...

The City of Boston is supporting the growth of electric vehicles. To do this, we're installing...

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