Slow Streets Dorchester
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Rather than planning and implementing changes on one street at a time, Boston will address an entire “zone” within a neighborhood. A typical zone will consist of 10 to 15 blocks. We will look at every street within the zone, in partnership with the community, to identify problems and design effective solutions. We anticipate traffic-calming elements and safety improvements will be proposed for almost every street within the zone.
When each zone’s plan is implemented, streets will have visual and physical cues to slow drivers to 20 mph — making each street feel more inviting for people of all ages who are walking, playing, or bicycling. The Slow Streets program will emphasize quick-install, low-cost fixes, such as signage, pavement markings, speed humps, and daylighting.
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