Boston Launches ‘Mobile City Hall’ Truck

January 14, 2013

The City of Boston in December 2012 launched a “City Hall To Go” truck, offering a mobile City Hall with a menu of services. Called “the first of its kind,” the truck is inspired by food trucks and will be visiting neighborhoods and gathering input on the types of services Bostonians want the truck to offer. The city stretches nearly 50 square miles.

A truck also has a twitter page. The video above shows the desin process of the truck. According to the City website, the map encircling the truck takes a viewer from east to west, along actual city streets.

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