This is your opportunity to tell Boston where and how to improve biking in this growing neighborhood!
We know that all of the projects proposed are critically important to making all modes of transportation more comfortable and safe in Jamaica Plain to accommodate the surge in development and residents. We should not have to make hard choices and only look out for the routes that we as individuals take every day. With just $300,000 available for planning and implementation of the transportation action plan, many of these projects will not be completed and routes will remain unsafe and uncomfortable especially for pedestrians and cyclists. Email JP City Councilor, Matt O’Malley and City Councilors at Large to ask them to include more money in the budget this year to be able to complete all of projects that residents have identified as necessary to improve multi-modal transportation in JP and in Boston.
- Fill out the survey
- Fill out the Egleston Square Concept Feedback Form indicating support for bike lanes there
- Email City Councilors to ask them to increase the budget for project implementation for Plan JP/Rox Transportation Action Plan. Please CC firstname.lastname@example.org so we can track our impact
Did you know? According to the City of Boston’s 2017 Bike Count, The Southwest Corridor South of Health Street has the third highest bicycle volume on a daily basis in the City. We need to see improvements to get on and off the Southwest Corridor, to bike along there, and throughout Jamaica Plain. Send in your feedback today!