The BPL this week published data measuring foot traffic, parking, public use of computers, access to schools and public transportation, among other things, in an effort to come to grips with each branch's viability. All these data will be used for the April 7 BPL trustees meeting where viability, the right of branches to remain open, is the subject of the day. To take a look at the information, Click here. The People of Boston Branches has received a number of complaints about data inaccuracies. PBB will compile and publish these and
present them at the April 7 BPL trustees meeting. Send the inaccuracies to firstname.lastname@example.org.