Wellesley is the kind of place lots of people would love to call home – it’s got great schools, beautiful parks, and three commuter rail stations that give the town’s residents an easy 45-minute ride into downtown Boston. Unfortunately, Wellesley’s town government has enacted policies that make it almost impossible for ordinary people to move […]
It’s been many years since highway bureaucrats have been allowed to bulldoze neighborhoods to pave the way for high-speed car traffic – so some car owners are taking matters into their own hands. The Boston Fire Department has had to respond to two crashes in recent days after car drivers crashed into and caused major […]
In the face of vocal opposition, City of Newton officials are removing a short-lived bike lane that was recently painted on Washington Street between West Newton and Newtonville, but the city’s safe streets advocates are hoping that a better, more protected version could be installed next year, when the city is expected to pilot a […]
Researchers found that that devoting more cap-and-trade funds to transit and active transportation generated significantly greater public health benefits, particularly by encouraging more physical activity with better bike and pedestrian infrastructure.