Halfway to 2030, How’s ‘Go Boston’ Going?
A progress report from the LivableStreets Alliance finds that the City of Boston deserves credit for making streets safer, but also warns that there's been essentially no progress in the past two decades in cutting the 1.9 million metric tons of climate pollution that the city's motor vehicles emit on an annual basis.
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