The Beacon Hill Times reports that state and federal officials would like to make changes to Joy Street, with parking alterations perhaps being the biggest news:
Connect Historic Boston – an initiative between the National Park Service and the Boston Transportation Department – proposes building a pedestrian entrance at Joy and Cambridge streets to the African-American National Historic Site; paving Joy Street with durable, special pavers and installing flush granite curbs east of Smith Court; shifting on-street parking from the left side to the right after Smith Court to slow vehicular traffic; placing curb extensions at the entrance to the Boston Common at the intersection of Joy and Beacon streets to improve pedestrian accessibility; and repaving sidewalks with wire-cut brick. The design lead for the project is Nitsch Engineering of Boston, and the estimated cost is $519,000.
A deal has to be cut by next spring in order to nab funding for the project.
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