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Sign the petition: #BostonBikeBudget

We need progress on the ground in every neighborhood so Bostonians across the city can comfortably bike. We're calling on Boston to add 10 miles of protected bike lanes in the next year, and 10 the year after, to reach the goals of Go Boston 2030.

Sign the petition, and speak up for a connected, protected, equitable bike network!

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30,000

bike trips per day in Boston

2.4%

of people who work in Boston bike in

14%

yearly reduction in the odds of cycling injuries

Last chance: Take our supporter survey

With help from a team of graduate students at Brandeis, we created a survey to learn more about our network and followers. We hope you’ll take a few minutes to complete it so we can better understand how to serve your interests! The survey is only open through tomorrow, Wednesday, July 21.Can you spare a few minutes today…
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As the BCU turns 10, we’re surveying our supporters to help plan our future

The BCU’s 10th anniversary is this year. As we reflect on our growth and plan for our future, we want to learn more about our supporters and followers to better understand who you are, how you heard about us, and what motivates you to engage in our work. The survey is open to anyone in…
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Last chance for more bike lanes in Boston’s budget

Last month, we delivered a petition in support of the Boston Bike Budget, signed by more than 1,500 Bostonians, to the Boston City Council. Since then, we’ve learned that support for more bike lanes runs even deeper. According to a new poll, 75% of Boston-area residents want more protected bike lanes, even if that means reducing…
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