Boston wants residents to rate the priorities developed as part of its first citywide growth plan in 50 years, called Imagine Boston 2030. A spring request for feedback drew responses from more than 10,000 Bostonians, according to the city.
These residents want the city to prioritize developing less-expensive housing, improving public transit (and infrastructure in general), and creating more open space, among other things.
Now! The city wants residents to rate aspects of these whittled-down priorities. There are a dozen goals total, including "Waterfront City," "Thriving Downtown," and "Neighborhoods That Are Affordable." Go.