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Last week, metro mayors and leaders, including Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, signed the Metro Boston Climate Change Preparedness Commitment to better prepare our region.
The Boston Greenbelt trail is a proposed 90-mile walking trail circling Boston. In May, participants walked a 30-mile section of the walk from Newton all the way to Malden!
MAPC, MSGA, and T4MA released a new report urging Olympic planners to "put legacy first." The report focuses on ways to ensure Boston's Olympic bid leaves a positive mark on the region far past 2024.
A big thank you to Secretary of Transportation, Stephanie Pollack, for speaking at our Spring Council Meeting!
MAPC staff members spent the day talking to residents, workers, and commuters of Braintree to seek their input on improving the area. The ideas and opinions collected will help to inform a new visioning plan, in coordination with the Town of Braintree, for the area around the red line stop and Ivory Street.
LandLine is MAPC's vision to connect our greenways and trails into a seamless network. The plan has been developed in coordination with the LandLine Coalition, a group of 40 volunteers representing a number of local agencies and advocacy groups.