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Issue #108 - October 2016

In this issue: Welcome to our new Community Engagement Manager! Vote YES on 5 for parks, homes and jobs StreetTalk: recap & save the date! Vision Zero rallies in Boston and Cambridge Route 9 crossing World Day of Remembrance BPDA and City of Boston are hiring Continue reading

Issue #107 - September 2016

Your support helped make Tour de Streets a huge success! We welcomed over 200 participants, raising over $65,000 toward our $75,000 goal! Our fundraising isn't over yet - you can still donate through the end of the month to help us meet our goal. Whether it is $5 or $500, you can increase your impact today! From all of us at LivableStreets, thank you for your continued support. Stacy ThompsonExecutive Director, LivableStreets  In this issue: Better Buses Week Streets are for People Rally North Washington Street Replacement Project Update Town of Brookline Recruiting members for Several Advisory Committees Employment and Internship Opportunities Continue reading

Issue #106 - August 2016

A note from Stacy Thompson: I'm excited to be stepping into my new role as LivableStreets' Executive Director as so many great things are happening within LivableStreets and our larger community (check out our full newsletter below for updates on some great events and a big win!) At the same time, for every victory there are also tragedies that remind us we are a long way from achieving our vision of a Metro Boston where every street is a safe and vibrant public space and our transportation system is convenient, affordable and accessible for everyone. That is why an anonymous donor is offering a matching donation of up to $10,000 for any contribution made to Tour de Streets within the next ten days.  That means if you donate $100, our donor will match that with another $100. If you are considering participating in Tour de Streets as a rider or walker, now is the time to register and kick-start your fundraising efforts. Tour de Streets began as a memorial ride for Bob Zeeb who tragically passed away as the result of a crash that occurred when he was riding his bike.  Bob is unfortunately one of many people who’ve been injured or lost their lives as a result of unsafe streets. LivableStreets is committed to transforming our streets and we won’t stop until we have achieved our vision. We have 10 days to raise $10,000. Join me. Donate and double your impact today. From all of us at LivableStreets, thank you for your continued support. -Stacy In this issue: We're hiring! Community Engagement Manager Join our Advocacy Committee for a field trip tonight! Vision Zero Win! WalkBoston "Ped101" Training Workshops Transportation for Massachusetts recruiting for a new Director Continue reading

Issue #105 - July 2016

In this issue: Sign up for Tour de Strees to win tickets to Disney World New faces and office hours at LivableStreets  Parking protected bike lane installed on Beacon Street Newbury to go car free on August 7th Eat tapas and support Livablestreets Bikes Not Bombs hiring Operations Manager Continue reading

Issue #104 - June 2016

In this issue: Cambridge fast-tracks safety planning for Inman Square3 reasons to sign up for Tour de Streets today Help us reach our goal by the 4th of JulyImprovements coming to Mass Ave this year LivableStreets in the news Help Vision Zero Coalition track the city's response to crashes  Take the Focus 40 Kickoff Survey   Continue reading

Issue #103 - May 2016

In this issue: Exciting changes for Tour de Streets Join us for Rush Hour Challenge Grand Junction win Brookline Gateway East and Beacon Street win Green Line Extension safe for now Go Boston 2030 Action PlanGreater Ashmont Main Street Vision Zero Community ForumSmart Growth Conference   Continue reading

Issue #102 - April 2016

In this issue: Registration for Tour de Streets is live! We’re hiring! Emerald Network Program Manager A packed house for the Arboretum Gateway Path Visioning Workshop LivableStreets Partners with NACTO Vision Zero gains traction in Cambridge and Boston Boston City Councilors support lowering the speed limit to 20 MPH A Night to Focus on the T’s Future: Focus 40 KickoffMassDOT hiring Transportation Fellow   Continue reading

Issue #101 - April 2016

In this issue: “Resident Parking Only” takes on new meaning in crowded Boston neighborhoods  Is Boston the next Venice? Emerald Network piques interest of presidential candidates    Continue reading

Issue #100 - March 2016

In this issue: Speak up for the Green Line Extension and Community PathMBTA late night service cut, fare increases still in play  New Emerald Network website launched! LivableStreets and Vision Zero featured on PRI’s “The World”I-90 Interchange project prompts bigger questions about connectivity MA Bike Safety Forum re-cap Join LivableStreets' Advocacy Committee  Continue reading

Issue #99 - February 2016

In this issue: Take 5 minutes to share your ideas!MBTA public meetings underway - make your voice heard!City of Boston launches Vision Zero Safety Concerns Map2015 Impact Report now online Brookline residents back Beacon Street improvements  Volunteer wanted: must love maps!   Continue reading
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