Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan Release

After a two year process that engaged thousands of Bostonians in collectively shaping the future of transportation, the City will be releasing the Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan on March 7, 2017.

The citywide mobility plan, led by the Boston Transportation Department, developed a bold vision for the future and a set of projects and policies to be implemented over the coming fifteen years. With 5,000 questions, 650 participants in the Visioning Lab, 3,700 project and policy ideas, and nearly 4,000 respondents in the “Future Survey”, Go Boston 2030 has developed the Vision and Action Plan to guide the City and its state partners in reshaping how residents and workers get around Boston.

Join a discussion with a panel of transportation leaders from cities across the country at 6:00. Explore an interactive exhibition to learn about the selected projects and policies and to see demonstration projects around a future mobility hub throughout the day.

You can  now read the Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan here.

 11:00 AM – Announcement

The Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan will be released at 11:00 to kick off the day’s events. The announcement and the formal release of the document will take place in the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center.

11 – 8 Exhibition

An interactive exhibition in the lower lobby will include sections of the plan document on display along with information about ongoing projects and next steps. A model mobility hub and other demonstration projects will be set up around the library on Dartmouth and Boylston.

6:00 PM Discussion

A Panel Discussion in Rabb Hall will start a dialogue with transportation leaders from across Boston and across the nation. Join an interactive conversation with Scott Kubly (Seattle), Karina Ricks (Pittsburgh), Sam Zimbabwe (D.C.), and Chris Osgood (Boston) about moving the Go Boston 2030 projects and policies forward.