Lydia Hausle

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September, 2017

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Commented on DotGreenway 5 years, 1 month ago
Totally Agree! Especially on some of the busier streets (like Centre). Let's make these real neighborhood streets, not speedy cut throughs!
Supported a comment by Charles Denison IV on DotGreenway 5 years, 1 month ago
Charles Denison IV
I also like the raised crossings at many of the cross streets. These crossings are well marked and level with the path, forcing drivers on the cross streets to slow down to go over the raised crosswalk. The signage is also very clear that there are pedestrians and bicyclists crossing there.
Supported a comment by Bryan Bryson on The Shawmut Project 5 years, 3 months ago
Bryan Bryson
I'd really love to see a project that can create a new exciting point for interacting with neighbors while also providing opportunities for home ownership at different price points so the neighborhood can remain diverse. I'd like the project to activate new interactions, create a space for popup retail/food service, and deemphasize driving as a standard mode of transportation for daily life.
Supported a comment by Preston Buehrer on The Shawmut Project 5 years, 3 months ago
Preston Buehrer
Adding increased housing where it is needed most - right by the MBTA. There is clear demand for more housing. Build more places for people to live and some small retail to draw people into the neighborhood.
Commented on The Shawmut Project 5 years, 3 months ago
Combining small active retail with the existing Shawmut linear park (and future greenway) could create a really unique and fun space.
Commented on The Shawmut Project 5 years, 3 months ago
Small-scale retail is the most meaningful contribution The Shawmut Project could bring to the neighborhood!