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As Massachusetts continues to reopen and the possibility for a future rise in COVID-19 infection rates remains, we are pushing municipalities and the state to adapt transit service and street space in support of public health, safe mobility, and economic vitality in our communities. Check out the links below for resources and our evolving response to COVID-19.

Policy Recommendations

Recommendations for the MBTA:

Recommendations and Guidelines for Municipalities to Adapt Streets for Response and Recovery:

LivableStreets Blog Posts

As the situation continues to evolve, our response and actions must evolve with it. LivableStreets staff have been lending a lot of thought to how the current public health and economic crisis impacts our work as transportation advocates, along with all of the longstanding inequities that it illuminates. Our blog series explores the challenges facing mobility right now and the variety of situations that make this time especially challenging for some people - while we can’t have all the answers, we want to explore this conversation with you.


In these uncertain times, one thing is certain - transportation is more important than ever. In partnership with the WGBH Forum Network, LivableStreets hosted a four-part virtual StreetTalk series focused on our streets, our transportation system, and the future of mobility.


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