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Challenge
  • Evaluation & consolidation of existing bus stop locations
  • Incorporation of new pedestrian/bicycle accommodations & streetscaping
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  • Traffic analysis
  • Traffic calming
  • Conceptual roadway design
  • Parking accommodation
  • Pedestrian & bicycle accommodation
  • Safety analysis
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  • Public outreach & agency coordination

Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority

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City of Boston, Suffolk County, MA
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates
  • Mt. Vernon Street Re-Design - Boston Redevelopment Authority by McMahon Associates

McMahon is leading a multi-disciplinary team planning and designing this roadway in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston as a “complete street.” As the central spine for Columbia Point institutions and neighborhoods, the project will result in a multimodal corridor linking the JFK/UMass transit station and the City of Boston’s Harborwalk.

McMahon is leading the transportation analysis and 25% design, which incorporates vehicles, pedestrians, bicycles, and transit, and school bus access. The project includes evaluation of existing bus stop locations and determining appropriate consolidation, elimination or relocation of stops, as well as the addition or replacement of amenities, such as shelters and benches that tie into the new pedestrian/bicycle accommodations and streetscaping.

In addition, the project team incorporates other design disciplines – including wayfinding, landscape architecture, and “tactical urbanism” – to test improvements for the public realm. The final product will be 25% design plans supported through a robust stakeholder and public outreach effort.

CLICK HERE – See the Detailed Aerial Plan for Mt. Vernon Street