Archive for June 2012

From Vancouver, with bikes

A letter from the executive director Hello from the Velo-City 2012 conference! Some of the best and brightest bike planners in the world are meeting here in Vancouver, British Columbia and I’ve been sent to gather all the latest and greatest tactics to help us cover our city with pedal-powered vehicles. Many wouldn’t know it…

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Route 9 crossing gets green light

A committee of handpicked town officials and residents made a call on the future of one of the remaining gaps in the Emerald Necklace last week, putting the signalization and reconstruction of the park’s much-lamented bike/ped path crossing of Route 9 on the fast track, and setting a tone for a host of other changes…

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Cyclist in Huntington crash may have “lost balance”

As of yet no charges have been filed in the crash that took the life of 28-year-old Boston College graduate student Kelsey Rennebohm on Friday night, and Boston Police sources familiar with the incident are indicating that they may not be called for. Eyewitnesses to the crash told the police that Rennebohm appeared to have…

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