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Brookline Town Hall, 4th Floor
333 Washington Street
Brookline, MA 02445
Phone: (617) 730-2177 
Fax:(617) 264-6450

Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 8:00-5:00
Friday 8:00-12:30

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Todd Kirrane
Transportation Administrator

Brookline Town Hall
333 Washington Street
4th Floor
Brookline, MA 02445
(617) 730-2177

Hours of Operation
Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm

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Transportation Division

The Transportation Division works with the Transportation Board to develop and implement all transportation policies, plans and regulations in the Town. Working with the DPW - Engineering Division, DPW - Highway Division, Planning Department, Police Department and Transportation Board, the DPW - Transportation staff provides technical support and administrative services in the following areas:

  • - Development of neighborhood safety improvement policies and plans
  • - Conduct small-scale traffic and parking studies
  • - Development of intersection and traffic signal improvement projects
  • - Use and placement of traffic control devices
  • - Review of transportation access and construction management plans for new developments
  • - Licensing and oversight of taxi-cab, valet, and livery industries
  • - Administration of residential, guest overnight and commercial area employee parking programs
  • - Development of commercial area parking policies and plans
  • - Review of parking controls and regulations


Think Safety First When Using the Public Way

As the Town continues to focus on building a strong mulit-modal transportation network that encourages cycling and public transportation as reasonable alternatives to personal vehicle use we strongly encourage all bicyclists and motorists to check out the new initiative "Same Roads. Same Rules.": a guide to safer bicycling and driving within Massachusetts launched by MassBike, Massachusetts Departments of Transportation, Public Safety & Security, and Conservation & Recreation.


Video on how to use our new single space credit card meters



Public Comment on the proposed Taxi Regulations for the first round may be submitted in writing to taxi@brooklinema.gov by noon on Friday, March 7, 2014






Current Projects:

Proposed Taxicab Regulations for a Medallion Based System

Updated Green Routes Bicycle Network Plan  

Final Phase 1 Report on Brookline Conversion to Taxi Medallion System

Approved Beacon Street Bicycle Connectivity Improvement Plan

Approved Article VII Bicycle Regulations

Approved Article VIII Operation of Motor Vehicles with Respect to Bicyclists