Making streets safe for every body

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Repair and education, both mobile and at our workshop

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What we’re engaged in and how it improves cyclist experiences

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Information for cyclists in the Greater Boston area

RESOURCES

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

Shape the future of the Arborway!

On January 20, DCR presented four alternative designs for the Arborway between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. We have reviewed the designs extensively with BCU supporters, other advocacy organizations and area-residents who walk, bike and move through here on various modes and have the following suggestions to make the Arborway as safe, accessible and park-like…
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Speak up for a safer Arborway!

On Thursday, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will unveil proposals for permanent changes to the Arborway that could complete the missing bicycle link in the Emerald Necklace between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. We need your help to show DCR there is support for moving this project forward—show up and speak up! Arborway Parkways Improvement…
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An opportunity to improve biking by Carson Beach and UMASS Boston

Next Monday, the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) will hold a virtual meeting about the Dorchester Bay City project, a massive residential/commercial development proposed for 200 Mount Vernon Street. Specifically, this meeting will be about “transportation, infrastructure, sustainability and resiliency.”  The streets leading to the new project include some that are very challenging and stressful…
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