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2023 Newsletters

Spring/Summer 2023 due out in May/June
Fall 2023 due out in October/November

2022 Newsletters

Spring 2022
Executive Director’s Letter by Stacey Beuttell
Building Social Infrastructure in the Gateway Cities by Ayesha Mehrotra
A Step in the Right Direction by Wendy Landman

Fall 2022
to be added soon!

2021 Newsletters

January/February 2021
“Executive Director’s Letter”
By Stacey Beuttell
“Counterpoint to Ageism”
By Althea Wong-Achorn/Development Director
“New Virtual Walk Audits: Worcester and Framingham”
By LeighAnne Taylor/Program Manager
“Beat the Bay State Stories”
Submitted By Participants

Fall 2021
Executive Director’s Letter by Stacey Beuttell
Successful Outdoor Dining — à la Shared Streets Funding by Miranda Briseno
Celebrating Bob King Sloane 11/3/1936—5/12/2021

2020 Newsletters

January/February 2020
“Snow clearance: my view (and queries) from my wheelchair”
By Amy Hunt/South End resident
“Newton’s snow evolution”
By Andreae Downs/Newton city councilor
“Digging in on snow”
By Wendy Landman/WalkBoston senior policy advisor

August/September 2020
“Letter from the Executive Director”
By Stacey Beuttell
“Dismantling the White Definition of Walkability”
By Lily Linke
“New Book: ‘Right of Way'”

2019 Newsletters

February 2019
“Dollars & sense”
“Small change has big impact: The Quincy Adams gate”
By Michelle Deng/Quincy-Penn’s Hill Neighborhood Association Gate Committee Member
“New state Pedestrian Plan is a positive step”
By Adi Nochur/Project Manager, WalkBoston
“WalkMA Network connects towns”
By Brendan Kearney/Communications Director, WalkBoston

2018 Newsletters

March 2018 
“Age-Friendly Walking – better walking for all ages”
By Adi Nochur/Project Manager, WalkBoston
“The pedestrian/transit connection—walking to transit”
By Erik Scheier/Project Manager, MBTA
“#ClearCurbCuts Letter to the Globe”
By Carol Steinberg/Board Member, WalkBoston

2017 Newsletters

October 2017
“A note from the Executive Director”
By Wendy Landman
“Automated Enforcement?”
By Charlie Ticotsky/Policy Director, T4MA
“Town of Lenox on the move”
By Gwen Miller/Land Use Dir. & Town Planner, Lenox
Rural walking in Massachusetts”
By Stacey Beuttell/Program Director, WalkBoston

March 2017
“Funding equity is the missing link to our transportation future”
By Jim Aloisi/former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation,
Board member of the advocacy group TransitMatters
“Pricier Boston parking meters is a start”
By Brendan Kearney/Communications Director, WalkBoston
“Start planning a Jane’s Walk near you”
“Transit-Walkability Collaborative”

January 2017
“Improving mobility for seniors and those with disabilities”
By Rachel Fichtenbaum/Mobility Information Specialist, MassMobility
“A newcomer’s guide to a walkable lifestyle”
By Tom Palmer
“The key to BRT success? Walking.”
By Joseph Cutrufo/Dir. of Communications, Tri-State Transportation Campaign

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