Crowds fill Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood during one of the city’s popular Open Streets events. Courtesy of the City of Boston.
Editor’s note: this piece originally appeared in Greater Greater Washington and is being reprinted here with permission. Washington, D.C.’s Metro announced in mid-June that it would bring some 7000-series trains back online over the coming weeks, bringing relief to riders from months of painfully irregular service. After nine months of investigation, operator training, and changes […]
Here's how American states and cities can look to the French example for approaches to improve road safety.
State officials have been keen to pass a larger bond authorization this year to take advantage of higher federal spending that was authorized in Washington's 2021 infrastructure bill.
Increased funding will help fill in dozens of missing links in the state's growing network of off-street multi-use paths and walking trails.
Varias obras de senderos nuevos están en marcha para completar el Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, un sendero de muchos usos de 25 millas que cuando se complete, conectara los suburbios al oeste de Boston desde Lowell hasta Framingham a lo largo de New Haven Railroad, una línea de tren abandonada.
Additional trail sections to extend the trail further south, towards Framingham, and further north, towards downtown Lowell, are in the planning stages.