Beacon Hill Times, North End Waterfront News — Report on “era of ideas” to “make this old city come alive.” State Rep. Jay Livingstone had suggestions. “He likes an idea suggested by the Cambridge City Manager of developing a water taxi service between Boston and Cambridge with several stops along the river and into Boston Harbor. Since we can’t add many more vehicles to our streets, these water routes might be an attractive option. Jay also wanted a continuous bike and pedestrian path from the North End to Watertown on the Boston side of the Charles and from Charlestown to Watertown on the Cambridge side, with improved connections between Boston and Cambridge. Those connections would include a long hoped-for, but buried-under-design South Bank Bridge, which would get people safely across the train tracks at North Station.”

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