- The Boston Neighborhood Slow Streets Program is a component of the Vision Zero safety agenda established in the City of Boston as a priority of Go Boston 2030, the City’s long term transportation plan.
- The Slow Streets Program focuses on calming traffic and improving safety on less-busy, residential streets.
- Neighborhoods associations, community groups, faith-based institutions and other organized groups of neighbors are invited to apply to the Program.
- The Program works with residents to review an area, identify opportunities, and implement changes to slow traffic speeds and improve safety.
- Because of the many reasons for traffic calming in the area (outlined in the map below), the Charlesgate Alliance is applying on behalf of the neighborhood.
- View or download the Charlesgate Alliance Slow Streets Proposal PDF file.
If you need more information, please explore the map of traffic issues that makes Charlesgate a great candidate area for the Slow Streets Program in the interactive map below! Click on a marker in the map for details.
The City has proposed a new area for our application. This new zone focuses on the smaller streets on the north side of Comm Ave and Beacon Street.