Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council Public Service will be discussing bicycle issues (bike racks, bike lanes, bike safety, bike theft, etc.) on Tuesday March 6th at Curtis Hall Community Center, 20 South street, at 7:00pm. Please come to voice your cycling issues in JP. Boston Bikes will also be there to address Hubway expansion.
Jamaica Plain Cyclists: Public Meeting on Tuesday Feb 6 @ 7pm at Curtis Hall. Boston Bikes will be there to address bicycle issues around Jamaica Plain.
UPDATE: Boston Bikes will NOT be there at the meeting. You can still show up to discuss bicycle issues.
With the Arborway achieving its final alignment, expect to see much more work completed on the pedestrian and bicycle facilities, in the not too distant future.
Join us to discuss transportation around the Washington St/Columbus Ave Corridor at the first JP/Rox Transportation Action Plan public meeting.
Attend our public meeting to learn about the upcoming Transportation Action Plan that builds on Go Boston 2030 and PLAN: JP/Rox.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
6 to 7:30 PM
Brookside Health Center
Kennedy Conference Room
3297 Washington Street, JP
For more information about the project:
Josh Weiland, Transportation Planner
Boston Transportation Department
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A una conversación sobre el transporte alrededor del Corredor Washington St/Columbus Ave esta será la primera reunión pública del Plan de Acción de Transporte de JP / Rox.
Asista a nuestra reunión pública para conocer el próximo Plan de Acción de Transporte que se basa en Go Boston 2030 and PLAN: JP/Rox.
Martes, 19 de septiembre de 2017
6 a 7:30 PM
Centro de Salud Brookside
Sala de conferencias Kennedy
3297 Washington Street, JP 02130
Para más información sobre el proyectó:
Josh Weiland, Planificador de Transporte
Departamento de Transporte de Boston
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Boston Transportation Department
Jamaica Plain Hubway Expansion Workshop
Jamaica Plain Hubway expansion meetings:
- Wednesday, Sept 13 6:00pm - 8:00pm; BCYF Hennigan, 200 Heath Street
- Saturday, Sept 23 10:00 am - noon; Connolly Branch Library, 433 Centre Street
- Thursday, Nov 9 6:00 - 8:00pm; BCYF Curtis Hall, 20 South street
Come celebrate biking in JP on our 9th annual JP Bikes Spring Roll! Gather at the South Street Mall at 10 AM for snacks and bike decorating. At 11 AM, parade down Centre Street to the Hyde Square rotary and back. Bring the kids and take over the streets!
Join us Sunday, April 23rd for a fun bike ride around (& around & around...) the Boston Public Garden to demonstrate to the City of Boston that we need safe bike facilities connecting our neighborhoods, paths, and parks, NOW!
Mass. Dept. of Conservation and Recreation City of Boston Parks and Recreation Dept.
Jamaica Pond Access Enhancements - Perkins Street and Parkman Drive...
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 – 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Arnold Arboretum Visitors Center/Hunnewell Building
125 Arborway, Boston
At this meeting, DCR will present the recommended design for this project, aimed at improving recreational access to Jamaica Pond, enhancing pedestrian and bicyclist safety and calming traffic.
The presentation will be viewable after the meeting on DCR’s website at
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Thank you Boston Cyclists Union for the breakfast on SouthWest Corridor this morning.
Keep an eye out.