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The park-and-ride dashboard visually displays automobile parking for 152 MBTA stations and bicycle parking for every MBTA station, based on data that was collected by staff of the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization in 2017–18. The dashboard indicates the specific location of parking facilities near MBTA stations on MassGIS and Open Street Map interfaces. The data include parking capacity for accessible and standard parking spaces and utilization of those spaces based on a one-day sample, the amount and utilization of bicycle parking, and other station amenities.
Find out how roadway segments and intersections are serving pedestrians around the Boston region.
Explore the scores given to locations in the Boston area to learn how accessible they are to pedestrians
and what needs to be improved at each graded spot.
Explore and download the results of the 2015-17 MBTA systemwide passenger survey. Compare demographic, travel, and fare payment data across all modes with this interactive tool.
This application displays the locations and details of projects funded in the current TIP.
Using this component of the latest LRTP, Destination 2040, see how the region’s current and future transportation system interacts with current and projected land use and the environment, and evaluate how it serves low-income and minority populations.
Use this interactive data visualization dashboard to explore data on crashes, bridge and pavement condition, traffic congestion, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and demographics, and learn more about how the MPO monitors and measures system performance.
2019 Express-Highway and 2015 Arterial Roadway Performance Dashboards
The Express-Highway Performance Dashboard graphically displays peak-period congestion for expressways in the Boston Region MPO area in 2019; the Arterial Performance Dashboard graphically display peak-period congestion for arterials in the Boston Region MPO area in 2015. The performance measures in the dashboards represent three factors related to congestion: duration, intensity, and travel time reliability. Each dashboard consists of regional overview maps, route-specific data, and downloadable accessible tables. The data used in the express-highway dashboard was collected in 2019 by INRIX and processed by CTPS staff; the data used in the arterial dashboard was collected in 2015 by INRIX and processed by CTPS staff.
Browse counts of non-motorized traffic collected since the mid-1970s.
View the region’s transportation network and TIP projects relative to natural-hazards zones, including those subject to flooding, storm surges, and sea level rise, and identify facilities that might benefit from protective measures or adaptations.
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For more information, please contact Ben Krepp, MPO Staff, at 857.702.3670 or firstname.lastname@example.org.