GoBoston 2030 has won a 2018 Urbanism Award for Urban Engagement from the New England Chapter of the Congress of New Urbanism.
Focusing on the values of the traveling public rather than the capacity of known infrastructure, Go Boston 2030 charted a new course for engaging the mobility revolution and inserting community-based values directly into the mobility networks of the future. With a series of aspirational goals and targets, including reducing vehicle travel by half, the City is poised to take advantage of its innovation economy as well as to target improvements for those who struggle the most with access to and costs associated with transportation.
Among the 58 projects recommended by the final report, 50 percent are currently in implementation just one year later. Huge congrats to the GoBoston team, including Alyson Fletcher, Cynthia Lin, Eryn Rosenblum, and William High. The entire Boston office also pitched in with the many engagement events.