Congestion Protection for Route 66

Chris Boll, a Master’s student in civil engineering, took inspiration from best practices in Brussels, Zurich, and Dublin to  develop ways to protect Route 66 from traffic congestion at five “hot spots” that include Mission Hill, Coolidge Corner, Allston Village, the junction N. Harvard St with Cambridge St, and N. Harvard St approaching Soldier’s Field Road.

Full report (master’s thesis), 2009

Presentation slides on European best practices in congestion protection and how they could be applied to Route 66