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Connecting people from all walks of life to information about how to reduce dependence on cars, promote human-centered, equitable, and environmentally sustainable places….

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per day

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Month starting Posts
Jan 2023 11
Feb 2023 7
Mar 2023 20
Apr 2023 19
May 2023 20
Jun 2023 38
Jul 2023 29
Aug 2023 40
Sep 2023 34
Oct 2023 47
Nov 2023 40
Dec 2023 38
Jan 2024 35
Feb 2024 26
Mar 2024 39
Apr 2024 28

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Most recent posts

Boston, Bluebikes Offer Free Rides During Subway Closures
This article has been adapted from a City of Boston and Bluebikes press release. The City of Boston and Bluebikes sponsor Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts will offer free bikeshare rides during planned subway …
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Close.City Maps Illustrate Inequalities of Access to Vital Services Across the Boston Region
On Friday April 5th, Nat Henry (@NatMakesMaps), Director and founder of Henry Spatial Analysis, launched “Close”, an interactive map that shows walkable, bikeable, and transit-friendly neighborhoods across every block in the United States. Today I'm …
On , by Meghan Volcy, 1,076 words
New MBTA Transit-Oriented Housing Rules Spur Placemaking in Watertown
This article has been syndicated with permission from Upzone Update, a newsletter that analyzes MBTA Communities Law compliance efforts from zoning expert Amy Dain and the staff of Boston Indicators. Greater Boston has hundreds of …
On , by Amy Dain, 1,743 words