Resources

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The LivableStreets Advocacy Committee is dedicated not only to advocating for better street design, but to sharing the knowledge and tools that have been accumulated and refined over the years by our group. We hope that these resources are helpful and inspire you to get more involved in this work!

LivableStreets Staff Blog

Quick Facts

Learn more about our three program areas with these downloadable "Quick Facts" sheets:

Learn more about the benefits of common transportation planning concepts that are being implemented today for safer, more livable streets today:

How-to Guides

These guides lay-out basic instructions and processes for some of the most commonly used advocacy tools. We also include an example in each guide.

Policy Recommendations
Reports
The cover of the Go Boston 2030 report, with a photo showing people walking and biking along a street in Boston
The cover of the Go Boston 2030 report, with a photo showing people walking and biking along a street in Boston
The cover of the 64 Hours Better Buses report, with a photograph of several people waiting for the 50 bus, and the report title in white on an orange background.
The cover of the Cambridge Vision Zero Year One Progress Report
The cover of the Better Buses report, with a photo showing a line of people waiting to board the 47 bus to Central Square
The cover of the Longwood Area report, with a photo of groups of people crossing the street
The top of the 2018 Vision Zero Progress Report Boston: Year Three Scorecard
The top of the 2017 Vision Zero Progress Report Boston: Year Two Scorecard
The top of the 2016 Vision Zero Progress Report: Boston

 

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