Join MAPC and the City of Malden to launch the new LandLine Trail and Greenway plan, a network of connected and protected walking & biking routes across Metro Boston, 5/16 @ 10 a.m. MALDEN – Are you a bike commuter, cycling enthusiast, someone who enjoys walking, or just interested […]Read More
Master Plan project will shape future growth, amenities in town Amanda Linehan Communications Manager Metropolitan Area Planning Council 617-933-0705 firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 WINCHESTER – Do you live in Winchester? Are you interested in helping to shape the community’s future? Join town officials and staff […]Read More
Regional effort will bring bike share to over 600,000 people in Metro Boston’s inner suburbs by summer 2018 Boston – The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) has announced that LimeBike and Spin are the two vendors selected to provide dock-less bike share services for 15 participating communities in Metro Boston […]Read More
April 17 community forum to gather public feedback For Immediate Release: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 REVERE – Do you live in Revere? Are you interested in helping to shape the future of open space and recreation in your community? Join the City of Revere and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council […]Read More
Norwell is working with MAPC to create an economic development strategy that helps support local business and responds to the needs of community members.Read More
MAPC in the News
May 14 - MetroWest Daily News: Many MetroWest communities re-examining Town Meeting
April 4 - Christian Science Monitor: Are your Uber and Lyft accounts worsening traffic?
March 14 - The Bay State Banner: Luxury housing booms; middle class struggles
Feb. 25 - Boston Globe: Aim higher on housing for middle class in Mass.
Feb. 25 - Associated Press: Studies are increasingly clear: Uber, Lyft congest cities
Feb. 5 - Boston Globe: Uber and Lyft are pulling people off public transit and putting them in traffic, study says
Jan. 12 - City Lab: To Measure the 'Uber Effect,' Cities Get Creative
Dec. 11 - Boston Globe: Calling for 135,000 new homes, Baker seeks zoning changes, promises cash for suburbs