The three "T"s of the mayor's capital plan are trees, technology and traffic.
Setti Warren introduced a $315 million capital plan with 280 proposed projects for Newton this week. The city will continue road repaving and sidewalk repair projects that will "create complete streets to make our villages more bikable, walkable, accessible and safer," according to a report in the Boston Globe.
Trees are a focus, too, because the city has been cutting down trees faster than they have been replaced.
Technology would help traffic by using programs that make traffic move more smoothly. Warren also wants to improve technology City Hall and install a city-wide fiber optic network.