• The Emerald Network has an incredible new Project Manager - head over to our staff page to meet Abby!

  • The I-90 project is going to be at grade! The Baker adminstration has stated that they will pursue the at-grade multi-modal design, which will create better connections between the City of Boston and the Charles River. Read more here!

  • Learn More About Our Priority Areas

  • Check out our Greenway Stories!

  • Go to the Dorchester Open Streets on Saturday, September 24th for food, fun, and open, car-free streets!

  • On July 27, Abby Jamiel (our EN Program Manager) joined residents and community activists in refreshing the Gove St area of the Mary Ellen Welch Greenway. Take a ride over to East Boston to see the colorful path yourself!

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Imagine one continuous greenway from the Neponset River to Franklin Park and up Columbia Road to Castle Island. Or from the Mystic River through Sullivan Square and Charlestown to downtown Boston.

This is the future. A 200+ mile network of tree-lined, shared-use paths linked together so you don’t have to stop and start. When completed, this system will connect every neighborhood to open space, transit and jobs and thereby increase mobility, promote active recreation, improve climate change resiliency and enhance our city’s competitiveness in the global economy.  

The Emerald Network is an initiative of LivableStreets Alliance