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Events happening in the City of Boston this week will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.
Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.
This Halloween, the streets in many of the City’s neighborhoods will be closed to traffic to keep our trick-or-treaters safe while creating a fun, festive atmosphere.
Select bus lanes, bike lanes, and parking changes will remain in place in effort to improve traffic flow and public safety.
In addition to growing the bike network almost 20 percent by next winter, the City is also expanding the public bike share program, and building more speed humps and raised crosswalks.
We're hiring more planners and engineers across the Public Works and Transportation Departments.
The City has launched the search for Deputy Chief for Infrastructure and Design, and Deputy Chief for Transportation. The new leadership team will be tasked with delivering on transformational budget...
Student move-in at local colleges and universities will require temporary parking restrictions in Boston from Sunday, August 28, through Sunday, September 5, 2022.
On Sunday, August 28, 2022, the City of Boston will once again transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian only walkway.
Multiple departments across the City have been working around the clock to design and implement street changes and to notify commuters of alternate modes of transportation.
On Sunday, August 21, 2022, the City of Boston will once again transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian only walkway.
The free Bluebikes passes are part of a cross-departmental approach to expand alternative methods of travel during the shutdown.
Newbury Street will be closed to vehicle traffic every Sunday from August 21 to September 25.
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