Senator Brownsberger will host a Town Hall on Wednesday, January 22nd from 5:00-6:30PM at WeWork (501 Boylston St., Boston 02116).

This town hall will focus on Transportation, as well as the 2020 Census.

This is a great opportunity to hear from the Senator about issues affecting the Back Bay and Fenway, as well as to meet other Back Bay and Fenway neighbors.

Please RSVP below to ensure that your name is on the WeWork visitor list at the front desk for the event.

More About The Host Venue

WeWork is a global network of workspaces where companies grow together. Teams of any size can find refreshingly designed collaborative space, private offices, and meeting rooms that energize their employees and their guests. But WeWork is so much more than four walls—providing community, amenities, events, and technology to evolve space into experience.

5 replies on “January 22 Back Bay Transportation & 2020 Census Town Hall”

  1. Hi Will,
    Happy new year!
    I ride my first MBTA lines for the 2020s today. Not surprisingly, We got into the familiar situation of disabled train ( red line ) in rush hour.

    We got to improve this. Is it possible to have the person leave his name tag on the trains( cars ) he is maintaining? That is a good incentive to keep them do their jobs.

  2. I am bringing another constituent with me but didn’t have the
    opportunity to give her name and email address. She is
    Usha Sellers.

  3. Boston is undergoing a transformation, with many large development projects up and many more coming. The traffic impact analyses and reports for these projects consistently recite the planned improvements on the Green Line and other MBTA services as grounds for concluding that project’s traffic impacts will be limited or negligible because of the anticipated increase in the availability and use of public transportation. Are these projections realistic?

  4. Please take a look at . This is a Boston based company whose transportation solution is being adopted in China even while it could solve our transportation problems locally.

    I have a prior commitment at 6 so I will only be able to attend tomorrow’s meeting for a few minutes, so if you want to learn more please catch me at the beginning of the meeting.

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