An Inaugural Bike Adventure: Montreal to Boston!

The Boston Cyclists Union is very lucky to have members and volunteers who are so dedicated to our work.  At the start of 2016, a few Bike Union volunteers got together, with Community Organizer Doug Johnson, to hatch a plan to host the Boston Cyclists Union’s very first ride – and not just another fun […]

Let Us Know Where We Should Advocate for Better Infrastructure!

As part of our Bikeways for Everybody campaign we want your input on where you want better infrastructure as well as other problematic locations you encounter while biking. Raphael, our Mapping and Data Intern, has been developing the online crowdsourcing map below to solicit community input. Over the past four months Raphael has been helping […]

Your help needed on Casey Arborway one more time

The western end of the Casey Arborway project, notated with the improvements being added.

WE at the Boston Cyclists Union apologize for having to post this important action alert, but if you live in Boston, we need to ask for your immediate action to support a decision many Jamaica Plain residents supported by a factor […]

Comm Ave cycletrack serves as kickoff for Vision Zero in Boston

The morning after his staff received a standing ovation for their safety-centric redesign of Commonwealth Ave in Allston, Mayor Marty Walsh held a press conference to tie the project into a much broader initiative: Vision Zero.

Mayor Marty Walsh kicked off Boston’s first Vision Zero initiative this morning in the Eagle Room at City Hall. […]