You're invited! Join us to discuss transportation safety improvements for Beacon Street at a community meeting on Wednesday, June 1.
Attend our community meeting to discuss ways we could redesign Beacon Street to increase safety for everyone who uses the street.
We need your ideas to shape the project's objectives and identify the design interventions that should be considered.
Vision Zero is Mayor Walsh's commitment to end traffic deaths and severe injuries by the year 2030. We will do this by reducing speeds and building safer streets; reducing distracted and impaired driving; and engaging Bostonians in a campaign to make our streets safe and enjoyable for people of all ages and abilities.
Beacon Street Safety Improvements
The Boston Transportation Department is exploring potential improvements to Beacon Street to slow drivers and improve safety for people who are walking, biking and driving in the Back Bay.
We want to hear from people who walk, bike and drive along Beacon Street. The June 1st community meeting is an opportunity to share data and help us understand the needs and opportunities. At the next meeting, we will share the results of technical analysis and public comment and the most promising safety improvements. Our work builds off a March 2016 meeting hosted by the Neighborhood Association of Back Bay.