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Stoneham Historic Preservation Plan

Photo Credit: Lindsay Randall, MAPC Stoneham Historic Preservation Plan CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Stoneham Historic Preservation Plan The Stoneham Historical Commission is leading the development of a town-wide historic preservation plan in partnership with community stakeholders. The final plan will be a comprehensive document that outlines strategies and guidelines for safeguarding […]

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Lynnfield 2040: Shaping Our Future Today

Taylor Vickers & Company bell | Photo Credit: Sarah Scott, MAPC Lynnfield 2040: Shaping Our Future Today CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Lynnfield 2040: Shaping Our Future Today Get Involved Join our email list to stay updated on this project, and to receive invites to upcoming events!  Sign Up Here About Lynnfield […]

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Lynn Community Health Assessment

AdobeStock_569728512 Lynn Community Health Assessment CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Lynn Community Health Assessment The City of Lynn Health Division is conducting a Community Health Assessment (CHA) to support healthier outcomes for residents. A CHA is an opportunity to connect, listen to, and elevate health priorities of Lynn residents and local stakeholders. […]

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Making Space for Art

Making Space for Art CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Making Space for Art: Securing Cultural Infrastructure in Boston, Cambridge & Somerville Project Overview The Making Space for Art: Securing Cultural Infrastructure in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville project is a joint effort by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and the cities of […]

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Revere Fire Station Concept Plan

Photo courtesy of Hannah Gathman, MAPC. Revere Fire Station Concept Plan CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Revere Fire Station Arts & Culture Concept Plan The City of Revere has developed a concept plan for a community arts center, to be located at 931 Winthrop Avenue, a city-owned, decommissioned fire station in Beachmont […]

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Chinatown Cultural Plan

Chinatown, Boston Utility Box. Photo Courtesy of Hannah Gathman. Chinatown Cultural Plan CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report Chinatown Cultural Plan The Boston Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture (MOAC) has engaged MAPC to provide technical assistance towards the creation and publication of a Chinatown Cultural Plan as an addendum to the 2020 […]

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Needham Arts & Culture Action Plan

The Needham Rail Trail mural was designed by Megan Carleton, Sarah Shine and members of the Needham community (photo courtesy of Megan Carleton). Needham Arts & Culture Action Plan CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report MAPC Smart Growth & Regional Collaboration Needham Arts & Culture Action Plan In 2022, the Town of Needham […]

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Particulate Policy

Particulate Policy CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report June 2021 Particulate Policy An argument for a regulatory approach to transportation-related ultrafine particle exposure Particulate matter (PM) pollution is the most serious environmental health risk in the world, causing more deaths than poor diet or lack of exercise. Exposure to fine particles (PM2.5) has […]

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The Impacts of Land Use and Pricing in Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled and Transport Emissions in Massachusetts

The Impacts of Land Use and Pricing in Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled and Transport Emissions in Massachusetts A research brief from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council Published January 22, 2021 Authors: Conor Gately, Senior Land Use and Transportation Analyst Tim Reardon, Data Services Director Executive Summary In order to achieve Massachusetts’ ambitious greenhouse gas reduction […]

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New TNC Fees Could Raise Over $100 Million Annually

New TNC Fees Could Raise Over $100 Million Annually CHANGE FONT SIZE MAPC >> Resources >> Report TNC Fees Could Raise Over $100 Million Annually For MBTA, Municipalities, & More Published January 13, 2021 Fees on ride-hailing trips proposed in the new transportation bond bill could raise over $100 million annually for the MBTA, other […]

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