Yesterday, the Transportation Division of Brookline’s Department of Public Works posted revised versions of the Babcock Street redesign options to the town website. There are currently five proposals for improvements of the street, each with advantages and disadvantages for their various users. This post examines redesign option one, which can be viewed in its entirety … More Redesigning Babcock: Option 1
Nidhi Gulati, the program manager for the Emerald Network, will be the guest speaker at the December meeting of the Brookline Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Everyone is welcome! The Emerald Network, an initiative of LivableStreets Alliance, is a vision for 200 miles of seamless greenways across the Metro Boston area, creating an urban recreation and transportation … More Meet Nidhi Gulati, Emerald Network Program Manager
On November 20, there will be an important Transportation Board hearing on the re-design of Babcock Street. Please attend this pubic meeting, and speak up to support safety for people who walk and bike in Brookline! Babcock Street is an important connector that people use to access Commonwealth Avenue and Coolidge Corner. For people on … More What’s in Store for Babcock Street?
Come and share your thoughts about how Brookline will look in the coming years! The Town, in partnership with the Economic Development Advisory Board, is leading an initiative that aims to take a comprehensive approach towards planning for Brookline’s future. On Wednesday, November 8th, there will be an open house where you can share your … More Help Plan for Brookline’s Future
A big THANK YOU to Galen Mook and Landry’s Bicycles for making our first two Brookline Bike Safety Checks a success! We fixed over 50 bicycles and handed out lots of free coffee and donuts. We’re looking forward to Galen’s return in the summer of 2018.