Anyone who’s driven a car in Boston knows the frustration of finding a parking spot – but is that intentional?
Homeowners, renters, homeless people and community development and a variety of other groups planned a rolling rally yesterday to bring attention to a “renters state of emergency”. Continue reading “Rally In Boston Yesterday To Bring Attention To ‘Renter’s State of Emergency’”
With Millennium Tower nearing the end of its construction, the city is considering implementing a public plaza a block down from the new condos. The Boston Transportation Departments will temporarily widen sidewalks at Franklin and Arch streets on Tuesday morning. Continue reading “Boston Is Considering Putting a Public Plaza at Downtown Crossing”
With warmer temperatures ahead Bostonians can finally come out of hibernation and enjoy Boston to its fullest. Part of that is taking advantage of the city’s incredible walkability. Continue reading “Boston Named 3rd Most-Walkable City in the U.S.”