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Each Spring we hold our Annual Celebration to honor achievements in walkability and to highlight the contributions of our wonderful volunteers, board members, and the many individuals and corporations who support us each year.
Our Golden Shoes Awards recognize individuals, agencies, municipalities and companies exemplifying the ideals of WalkBoston’s mission.
This year we are thrilled to return to an in-person venue as well as to offer a livestream option for those unable to otherwise attend. We will be capping in-person attendance at 125 people, so RSVP soon to secure your spot!
Fred Salvucci – For his lifelong work as a civil engineer, educator, transportation advocate, and coalition builder. Read more about Fred.
The Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MeVa) Fare-Free Program & Bus Transformation – For a visionary approach to public transit that has tremendously increased ridership across the Merrimack Valley and allows people to use active transportation. Learn more about MeVa.
MassTrails – an inter-agency initiative that has developed a unified vision for a trails network and is connecting people across the Commonwealth. For more on MassTrails.Learn More About Our Golden Shoes
Dr. Crockett is the author of "People before Highways" and her research focuses on large-scale land use changes in twentieth century American cities and examines the social and geographic implications of structural poverty and racial formations. To read more about Dr. Crockett and her work, head to our website.