The mission of the Boston Transportation Department is to promote public safety, manage the city's transportation network, and enhance the quality of life for residents of our city neighborhoods. Accomplishment of our mission is ensured through the use of planning coordinated engineering, education and enforcement.
The project's goal is to make Melnea Cass Boulevard into a neighborhood-friendly corridor by creating a pedestrian friendly environment, ensuring efficient traffic flow, accomdating transit vehicles and bicycles, and promoting economic development in the area.
Boston Transportation Department is implementing a new parking meter payment program that allows the use of pre-paid parking meter cards at single space parking meters throughout the city. The cards can be purchased online or in person at the Office of the Parking Clerk at City Hall or the City Tow Lot (200 Frontage Road).
Search by license plate to check if a car has been towed, find out about temporary no-parking signs issued for your street, and sign up for alerts to be notified as they happen.