The Boston Transportation Department (BTD) will be presenting its plan to bring the City’s Slow Streets pilot program to the Stonybrook area during the Stonybrook Neighborhood Association’s (SNA) meeting on Feb. 8, according to BTD spokesperson Tracey Ganiatsos.
Ganiatsos said that the Feb. 8 meeting is the only meeting BTD has scheduled for presenting the program. But, she said, BTD will schedule another meeting if needed. She also said that there is not a specific implementation date, but BTD wants to implement the program this calendar year.
The Slow Streets program is part of the City’s Vision Zero project, which is a commitment of resources to eliminating fatal and serious traffic crashes by 2030. The effort is being led by BTD in collaboration with other City departments, including Public Works, the Boston Police Department, and Emergency Medical Services, according to Ganiatsos.