Transportation accounts for nearly 30% of Boston’s greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, accessible and equitable transportation are crucial links for ensuring all Bostonians can reach jobs, education, health care, affordable housing, healthy food, culture and open space opportunities.

Boston continues to rise to the challenge of balancing our historic landscape with the need to adapt and evolve to meet our changing mobility needs. Public transportation, walking, biking, carpooling, car-sharing, and ride-sharing are all pieces of the puzzle that will help Boston meet its climate and sustainability goals, while supporting transportation that serves all Bostonians.





Go Boston 2030

Go Boston 2030 is a City of Boston initiative hosted by the Boston Transportation Department to envision a bold transportation future for Boston for the next 5, 10, and 15 years. One of the three guiding principles of Go Boston is climate responsiveness.

Get involved with Go Boston 2030.



Hubway is metro-Boston's public bike share program, with 1,600 bikes and 180 stations across Boston, Brookline, Cambridge and Somerville. It’s a fun, affordable and convenient transportation option for quick trips around town.

Learn how to get started with Hubway.



As part of Boston’s Complete Streets mission and the City’s commitment to sustainability, the City wants to ensure Boston is outfitted with the equipment electric vehicles require to operate safely and conveniently. EVboston demonstrates that the City is looking ahead to accommodate all modes of transportation and to welcome electric vehicles to Boston.


Vision Zero

Vision Zero Boston is the City of Boston’s commitment to focus city resources on proven strategies to eliminate fatal and serious traffic crashes in Boston by 2030. The modes of transportation that are low- or no-carbon are the most vulnerable to serious injury, or present challenges of adoption without safer infrastructure.

Support your preferred mode of sustainable transportation -- get involved with the Vision Zero initiative.


Climate Ready YetiBoston Bikes

As a part of the Boston Transportation Department, the Boston Bikes team works to make bicycling fun, safe, and accessible.

Find biking resources like the best routes or intro to street riding classes for women.


Boston Air Pollution Control Commission

The Boston Air Pollution Control Commission (APCC) works to maintain healthy air quality and noise levels in the City of Boston.

Learn what you can do to reduce your pollution when you drive your car.



  • Boston Transportation Department — BTD advances public and transportation safety, and manages Boston’s street network to best and fairly serve all users

  • MBTA — The City of Boston does not run the MBTA, but it’s a great resource and partner for climate action.

  • Livable Streets Alliance — LivableStreets Alliance envisions a world where streets are safe, vibrant public spaces that connect people to the places where they live, work and play.

  • Walk Boston — WalkBoston makes walking safer and easier in Massachusetts to encourage better health, a cleaner environment and vibrant communities.

  • Boston Cyclists Union — The BCU helps Bostonians lead healthier lives by promoting the everyday use of the bicycle for transportation.





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