Coming together after a tragedy in our community.

This week our community suffered a tragic, loss.  60-year old Joe Lavins of Lexington was fatally killed in a collision with a truck, approaching the intersection of Mass Ave and Somerville Ave in Cambridge, at morning rush hour on Wednesday, October 5th.  

We know that the trauma of traffic violence runs deep, and has long-lasting […]

Streets are for People Rally - Sept. 29


The status quo is not working. An estimated 179 people were killed in traffic crashes in Massachusetts during the first half of this year, including 13 pedestrians in the City of Boston.

It’s time to rally and call for safer streets. Will you join us?

Meet us at Boston City Hall Plaza on Thursday, September 29th at […]

Biketoberfest 2016 is less than a week away! Get your tickets now!

Thursday, October 13th in Somerville!

It’s that time of year again! Join us for a celebration of local breweries, bike-powered businesses and a year of victories for safer streets and better biking in the Boston area!

Biketoberfest 2016 will be the best biktoberfest yet, with free food, free beer/wine/cider, live music, a raffle packed with great prizes, […]

Lessons from Copenhagen: Reflections on a Bicycle-Urbanism Master Class by Steve Bercu

I recently returned from Copenhagen, one of our planet’s great bicycling capitals, where I participated in a June 2016 master class on bicycle urbanism led by the Copenhagenize design firm, the gurus behind, among other things, the legendary Cycle Chic blog.  This company was founded by bicycle-urbanist extraordinaire, Mikael Colville-Anderson, pictured here.


My classmates hailed from […]