I've always enjoyed exploring Boston on foot, especially gardens and smaller roads. During the quarantine we've explored more of Roslindale, West Roxbury, Hyde Park and Mattapan than before. Everywhere we walk, we find unpaved roads.
I know there's been discussion on here of 'The Grove' and of private/public ways. But I'm curious how this happened? How does such a wealthy city have so many unpaved roads? If you live on a "Private Way" that is unpaved, does your street get plowed?