A mobile air quality lab used by researchers from Tufts University. The equipment inside measures fine particulates, volatile organic compounds, and other pollutants. Pictured on May 26, 2021.
The agency will make more permanent repairs where tree roots had previously broken the pavement on the popular bikeway, and will also remove bumpy cobblestone curb ramps where the trail crosses local streets.
This summer, Bikes Not Bombs, the nonprofit bike shop in Jamaica Plain, re-started its weekly volunteer night events after a long hiatus during the pandemic. Bikes Not Bombs, established in 1984, offers a wide range of programs around bicycle repair and youth vocational training. Inside its headquarters in Jamaica Plain’s historic Haffenreffer Brewery building near […]
“This stretch of I-375 cuts like a gash through the neighborhood, one of many examples I have seen in communities across the country where a piece of infrastructure has become a barrier,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said.
Earlier this month while city officials, transit enthusiasts and advocates from around the country participated in NACTO, a conference focused on best practices for designing cities, another program focused on mobility, disability and adaptive cycling was taking place just across the Charles River in the neighborhood of Charlestown. Here is where we met Pam Daly, […]
A state compilation of Uber and Lyft data from 2021 data indicates that those companies' drivers were involved in 2,267 crashes across Massachusetts last year. Nearly half of those crashes – 1,098 – occurred in the City of Boston.
“We’re keeping in place some of the changes that have helped with traffic flow and transit access, so that commuters will see lasting benefit above ground even as the subway comes back online,” said Mayor Michelle Wu in an announcement released early Tuesday morning.