Southwest Corridor Park

By - 12/24/18 - 9:27 am

WCVB reports that a man walking home from work through the Southwest Corridor Park late Friday was punched repeatedly in the face and head by two men after he refused to just hand over his belongings to them.

By - 11/20/18 - 8:58 am

Jamaica Plain News barks out the news that DCR has chosen land along Oakdale Street north of Green Street for a possible dog park.

By - 8/15/18 - 10:24 pm

UPDATED, 8:45 a.m., Thursday.

Stanley Staco reports a man was shot around 9:50 p.m. behind the Massachusetts Avenue T stop. Read more.

By - 8/4/18 - 12:09 pm
Largest proposed dog park

Largest proposal for land just north of Green Street.

DCR says it has identified three potential spaces for a dog park along its Southwest Corridor land in Jamaica Plain, roughly between the Green Street and Stony Brook Orange Line stops. Read more.

By - 11/9/17 - 9:43 pm

A guy put a gun to a man's chest to make him hand over his wallet, phone and backpack around 8:40 p.m. outside 410 Mass. Ave., kitty-corner from the Orange Line station. Read more.

By - 5/7/16 - 6:17 pm
Hula hooping to music at Jamaica Plain's Wake Up the Earth festival

Parades from both ends of Jamaica Plain converged today, as they do every May, to march to the Southwest Corridor for the neighborhood's annual Wake Up the Earth festival in front of Stony Brook station, where residents converged for arts, music, progressive politics and all sorts of food and stuff to buy - as well as the usual ad-hoc slide for kids down one hillside.

J.S. Hummel spotted some of the many musicians in the parade: Read more.

By - 9/15/15 - 8:50 pm

Collin Fedor thought they were great, wonders if anybody knows who they are.

By - 7/13/15 - 10:07 pm
Search along the Southwest Corridor in Jamaica Plain

Around 8 p.m., BPD officers tried to stop a car in the area of McBride Street in Jamaica Plain as part of a drug investigation. Seems the driver didn't want to be stopped, so he took off, with officers in pursuit. Just as a supervisor was about to call off the search, officers managed to box the car in near English High School.

They collared one of the cars occupants, but another took off down through the Southwest Corridor Park. Read more.

By - 7/31/14 - 5:03 pm

Boston Police report arresting Robert Christopher Baker, 28, of Livermore, CA, for last night's attack on the Southwest Corridor near English High School, in which he allegedly knocked an elderly woman off her bike and stole hner iPhone.

By - 5/8/14 - 9:36 am

Transit Police report a man was sitting on a park bench in the Southwest Corridor near Ruggles around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday when another man swooped in and " forcefully grabbed his money and fled."

Police report the victim wasn't putting up with that sort of nonsense and ran after the money grabber. And caught up with him in the Ruggles lower busway, where other people noticed the two getting into what appeared to be a rather heated argument and called police.

By - 2/20/14 - 9:23 am

The Boston Cyclists Union reports DCR hopes to hold a forum on a review of the department's ice-removal policies for bicycle paths, last updated in 2006.

A DCR spokesman noted the number of bicyclists on state-owned paths, such as along the Southwest Corridor, has increased since then and that the state recognizes "the commitment" of year-round bicyclists.

By - 2/16/14 - 10:14 am

A bicyclist's request that DCR ensure its bike paths are plowed and salted to bare pavement within a couple days after a large snowstorm has DCR officals saying enough's enough: Bicyclists with "poor judgement and unrealistic expectations" who can't find other ways to get around in the days after a snowstorm should consider moving to a warmer city.

UHub was forwarded a series of e-mail messages over three days between and about one bicyclist and DCR staffers, on the condition we excise names. It started with e-mail on Feb. 11 from somebody who rides to work on the Southwest Corridor:

By - 12/15/13 - 1:34 pm
Snowman with an agenda in Jamaica Plain

Rachel spotted this snowman with an agenda along the Southwest Corridor today.

By - 3/12/12 - 12:32 pm
Toilet in the Southwest Corridor Park

DCR must be flush with success.

Not the most practical perhaps, but, ooh, shiny!

Brett Dikeman at JP Bikes spotted the new amenity the other day on the bike path by the Stony Brook T stop. He's promising an ice cream cone at JP Licks for the best caption for his photo.

By - 2/22/12 - 9:43 am

Bursting out in the Southwest Corridor Park in the South End yesterday.

Sullivan's at Castle Island re-opens this Saturday at 8:30 a.m.

By - 1/30/12 - 8:41 am

It's a South End twofer. First, a South Ender reports the neighborhood's quaint Sunday tradition of parking in the middle of the street is "out of control," at least, on Warren Avenue, where he or she spotted somebody parking in a crosswalk:

By - 1/20/12 - 1:06 pm

Boston Police report arresting two 15-year-olds last night on charges they pushed somebody off his bike in the park around 11 p.m.

By - 12/11/10 - 12:19 pm

Mike Mennonno photographs their latest work, in the Southwest Corridor Park.

By - 6/3/10 - 9:31 am

With the 22 bus just not coming, as he stood there at Columbus Ave. and Cedar Street, Jonas Prang counted bicycles - more than 100 in 22 minutes: