How to Improve Boston’s Infrastructure Future

24 May 17

Improve Boston’s Infrastructure Future

Boston mayor, Marty Walsh, and his team deserve a great deal of credit for creating an enlightened, forward-looking vision for Boston’s transportation future. The initiative Go Boston 2030 tackles a key challenge for the city: its aging mobility infrastructure. However, this plan is missing several opportunities to improve the livability of Boston and foster inclusive economic growth. The plan can and should be more ambitious. Venkat Sumantran, Charles Fine and David Gonsalvez, the co-authors of the forthcoming book “Faster, Smarter, Greener: The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility”, share their thoughts on the Go Boston 2030 plan in an article published in the Boston Globe. Read the article here.


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