Coordinated Street Furniture Program

Boston's Street Furniture Program includes over 400 elements on streets throughout the city, providing amenities for residents and tourists. This program, operated by JCDecaux, exists at no cost to the City of Boston as part of 26-year program ending in 2026. Total revenue from 2015: $26,100,000

The Boston Street Furniture Program, the first coordinated program nationwide, consists of a series of architecturally coordinated elements.

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Peter O’Sullivan, Project Director
Coordinated Street Furniture Program
Property and Construction Management
1 City Hall Plaza, Room 811
Boston, MA 02201

Street Furniture By the Numbers

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Automatic Public Toilets
Bus Shelters
City Information Panels
News Stands
Telephone Pillars


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