Rashmi Sharma


Cambridge, MA


May, 2015

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Kathy Pattison on Imagine Boston 2030 6 years, 11 months ago
Kathy Pattison
This will come as no surprise, but in order to make Boston a place for all to raise a family, the public schools have to live up to the needs and standards of this city's talent.
Supported a comment by Susan Elsbree on Imagine Boston 2030 6 years, 11 months ago
Susan Elsbree
Improve this very dangerous crossing. The JP Bikeway Path basically ends at the crossing of Rt 9 and Huntington Avenue. Bikes must cross a major street to continue toward the Sears Rotary. It is a missing bike link. @ Brook House and a gas station, you have to go behind Bline Ice & Coal.
Supported a comment by Travis Chapman on Imagine Boston 2030 6 years, 11 months ago
Travis Chapman
South Boston needs a subway connection to the Red Line. Buses are already overcrowded during rush hour and traffic is a nightmare. The only way to accommodate more growth is to build a new line on the T.
Supported a comment by Jeremy Burns on Imagine Boston 2030 6 years, 11 months ago
Jeremy Burns
Can we please make this a safer street to bike on? It is literally the only way to/from Cambridge for most of BB/SE and it has literally no protection. Horrible roads. Barely visible bike lanes that disappear without warning. Heavy traffic that is constantly speeding. Redesign this street, make it your marquee project, it desperately needs it.
Supported a comment by kate mytty on Imagine Boston 2030 6 years, 11 months ago
kate mytty
This is a really tough crossing for bicyclists coming/going across the bridge. It'd be helpful to have clear bike paths all the way across the intersection and possibly a light specifically for bicyclists so they can get a head start before the cars slam on the gas.
Commented on Imagine Boston 2030 7 years ago
Getting to the Seaport area by public transportation is trying. The only line that gets there is the silver line, which can be infrequent and hard to get to itself. With the Children's museum, ICA around the area and new restaurants and bars, better public transportation would make this area more accessible.