Bowdoin / Geneva Transportation Action Plan
We are working with the Bowdoin / Geneva community to develop design solutions to address pedestrian safety, traffic safety, and speeding on local streets.
The Action Plan is being developed in partnership with City agencies including:
- the Boston Public Works Department
- the Commission for Persons with Disabilities
- the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services
- the Boston Planning and Development Agency, and
- the Boston Water and Sewer Commission.
We are engaging with neighborhood residents and the community. Stakeholders include Bowdoin / Geneva Main Streets, the Bowdoin Street Health Center, and the Greater Bowdoin / Geneva Neighborhood Association.
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Action Plan Study Area
Study area is bounded by:
- Columbia Road to the west
- Washington Street to the south
- Dakota Street to the east, and
- Quincy Street to the north.
It includes the main corridors of Bowdoin Street and Geneva Avenue.
We are considering a multitude of design options including clear corners, curb extensions, raised crossings, and speed humps. To learn more about the full array of options check out our street safety toolkit.
Public EngagementPublic Engagement
Public outreach and community engagement are significant parts of the Bowdoin/Geneva Transportation Action Plan. Throughout each phase of this project, community input will help to identify neighborhood priorities and inform solutions.