An aerial rendering of the proposed Minuteman Bikeway Extension along the Reformatory Branch Trail, presently a dirt path, in the Town of Bedford. Courtesy of the Town of Bedford.
As the effects of climate change begin to worsen, replacing heat-absorbing pavement with new trees can help make a difference toward expanding our urban canopy when space is limited.
A T spokesperson said that repairs will take “at least 4-5 weeks before the concourse can be re-opened."
All 15 of the commonwealth's Regional Transit Authorities (every non-MBTA bus route in the state, in other words) will suspend fare collection for the holiday season, from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year's Eve.
“This plaza wasn’t just shaped by our values, it brings them to life. It was built by the people of Boston, for the people of Boston for generations to come,” said Mayor Wu.
At today's monthly MBTA board of directors meeting, T officials announced that the Medford branch of the new Green Line Extension project would finally open next month. "I am pleased to announce that the Green Line Extension Medford branch will open at the start of service on December 12. We are really pleased to be […]
El mes pasado, funcionarios municipales y estatales se juntaron para anunciar las primeros normas de infraestructura verde en Boston, con el fin de aumentar la resiliencia de la ciudad contra el cambio climático por medio de pequeñas instalaciones en las calles. Read the article in English. En una junta de prensa en Central Square Park […]