DCR is having a public meeting on April 5th on the topic of a potential off-leash dog park in the Southwest Corridor Park in JP (proposal to be near Anson St.) The meeting is April 5th, 6:30 pm, at the English HS auditorium., 144 McBride Street. Please share this notice with interested groups, friends and neighbors. ... See moreSee less

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On the importance of environmentally-friendly options for travelling around the city..... we are looking at a variety of statistics showing how many people use the Southwest Corridor Park to bike or walk to work/school, to the MBTA, etc. Here's a chart with SWCP orange line station entries highlighted. ... See moreSee less

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From the City of Boston's 2016 bike count program -- The Southwest Corridor south of Heath St. is #4 on this list, with 1,554 bicyclists per day.

www.boston.gov/departments/boston-bikes/2016-boston-bicycle-counts

Of the 60 sites counted in September, the following saw the highest average numbers of people riding bikes each day:

1. Massachusetts Ave Bridge south of Back St: 3,081 bicyclists
2. BU Bridge north of Commonwealth Ave: 1,957 bicyclists
3. Commonwealth Ave west of Silber Way: 1,571 bicyclists
4. Southwest Corridor Bicycle Path south of Heath St: 1,554 bicyclists
5. Longwood Ave east of Pilgrim Rd: 1,348 bicyclists
6. North Harvard St south of Soldiers Field Rd: 1,320 bicyclists
7. Columbus Ave west of Massachusetts Ave: 1,314 bicyclists
8. Brighton Ave east of St. Lukes Rd: 1,063 bicyclists
9. Columbus Ave west of Holyoke St: 825 bicyclists
10. Massachusetts Ave south of Columbus Ave: 797 bicyclists
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The Southwest Corridor Park shared The Food Project's photo. ... See moreSee less

ONLY three days left to apply to Seed Crew! If you know a 14–17 year-old interested in sustainable agriculture, diversity, and making the world a better place, this is the perfect summer job. Seed Crew applications close Monday (March 13). Apply here: buff.ly/2lzoPTZ #youthjobs

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