On May 11th from 11am to 3pm a diverse constellation of non-profit and public organizations, including the City of Springfield, MassBike, WalkBike Springfield, WalkBoston and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, will be hosting an event at Barrows Park (on Walnut Street between Oak
On Saturday, June 30, 2018, a complete streets demonstration day was held at Lincoln Elementary School, 732 Chestnut Street, Springfield, MA.
There will be a public meeting Wednesday, October 18 at 6 p.m. at the South Hadley Town Hall Auditorium to discuss the prioritization of projects for the South Hadley Complete Streets Prioritization Plan.
Burgy Revelation Day was a one-day event held on September 9, 2017 that featured demonstrations of four Williamsburg village center improvement projects: a new pocket park (The Tea Garden); a 100’ section of the Mill River Greenway; the footprint of a design for a new Public Safety Complex; and a
Report ranked Springfield as the country's 13th least dangerous metro area for pedestrians
A draft of the final report for the South Hadley Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan is available for review. Continuing, Comprehensive, and Cooperative Planning Process
PVPC worked with the City of Holyoke to develop a bike network plan for the City's streets. The plan is currently in draft format and is being reviewed by city staff and the Holyoke bicycle and pedestrian committee. Download the plan below.
On behalf of South Hadley, PVPC conducted a survey of residents and visitors to South Hadley about their experiences bicycling and walking in the town.