The 58 transportation projects Boston wants to tackle

The city of Boston on Tuesday unveiled its transportation blueprint for the next decade-plus.

One highlight of the comprehensive, 228-page plan, called Go Boston 2030 Vision and Action Plan, is its outline of 58 projects and policies the city hopes to implement, or at least advocate for.

Proposals include: launching new ferry routes, protecting MBTA stations and roadways from rising seas, extending the Orange Line to Roslindale and the Green Line to Hyde Square, and creating a single chip card or mobile phone payment option to pay for a host of transportation services from the MBTA to Zipcar, Uber, Hubway, E-ZPass, and parking meters.

>>Click here to see the table of projects as well as short descriptions<<