The Action Plan Process
Go Boston 2030 is developing an Action Plan based on our Vision Framework with goals, targets, and a bold vision and the project and policy ideas collected across the city in fall 2015. In winter 2016, those projects and policies were sorted in a large database, discussed at an Idea Review Session, and combined into possible futures for the city at a Scenario Charrette. In spring 2016, the over 3,300 people selected the projects and policies that they believed should be prioritized by the City.
The City is currently in the process of writing the Action Plan. Results from the online survey and paper ballot will be shared here soon.
An online survey and paper ballots were available from May 24 to June 24. The survey, available in English, Spanish, and Chinese, asked people who live and work in Boston to select a future (Go Local, Go Crosstown, Go Regional, and Go Tech) and a set of projects and policies.
The City is currently in the process of designing and constructing/implementing a portfolio of projects and policies including Connect Historic Boston, Vision Zero, and the North Washington Street bridge. The Streets Cabinet is also advocating for and helping to implement project with MassDOT and the MBTA.
3,700 project and policy ideas were submitted online, at the pop-up bike trailer, and at Idea Roundtables in the fall of 2015. A complete list of the projects and policies can be sorted by mode, idea type, and category in the online idea database.