Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan Released
Mayor Walsh released the Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan yesterday. It's intended to, "address long-term inequality, increase economic mobility, and improve climate resiliency within our neighborhoods, across the city, and throughout the region."
The plan is comprised of 58 short-term and long-term projects and policies that will be implemented over the next 15 years. GoBoston 2030 aims to reduce single-occupancy car use while increasing the popularity of mass transit, biking, walking and carpooling.
Some of the projects: restructured bus routes,
exclusive bus lanes, smart traffic lights, lower speed limits on certain roads and expanding the Hubway bike-share system.
The City will also create mobility "microhubs" that have, in close proximity, multiple transportation services such as Hubway bikes, buses, trains, ride-hailing vehicles and EV charging stations.