The Boston Mayoral Candidate Forum on Transportation & Livable Communities is happening tonight!
TODAY, September 17th from 6-8PM (doors open at 5:30PM)
@ the Boston Public Library Rabb Lecture Hall, 700 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02116
The mayoral election is a huge opportunity to improve our city and our communities.
The forum is sponsored by LivableStreets Alliance and 27 other organizations throughout Boston. The forum will be moderated by Paul McMorrow, Associate Editor at CommonWealth magazine, and Stephanie Pollack, Associate Director at the Kitty & Michael Dukakis Center for Urban & Regional Policy and LivableStreets Board Member.
RSVP today for easy sign-in. RSVP doesn’t guarantee seat. First come, first serve.
They are expecting over 400! People to attend so if you want to be there, get there early! Hopefully someone will video tape it and put it on youtube when its over for those of us who can’t make it.
SHOW UP! Make sure these people know that we care about these issues and that we want more and better bicycle infrastructure!
Here are three mayoral candidates views on biking from BCU:
Boston’s 12 mayoral candidates are in an all out sprint to determine which two hopefuls will stride past the primary election. Two weeks ago, 10 members of the bike community put 10 questions to them-and so far, three campaigns have answered. Does their timely response indicate the amount of priority they will give bicycles in their administration? You be the judge.
First to respond: Bill Walczak, Dorchester
Second to respond: John R. Connolly, West Roxbury
Third to respond: Felix G. Arroyo, Jamaica Plain
Tags: livable streets, mayoral candidates, politics, Transportation
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