Archive for November 2014

Comm Ave cycletrack campaign heats up

Since the Walsh Administration took over in January, the bike movement has been watching the actions of interim Transportation Commissioner Jim Gillooly, the Public Works Dept. and Boston Bikes closely to get a sense of the new direction. Outside of the addition of paint to a few locations such as Cambridge St. in Allston, and…

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Brookline to hold public charrette for Route 9 Cycletrack

While many eyes are on the City of Boston’s Commonwealth Ave reconstruction project, another key project for the Boston Cyclists Union is gaining traction in the town of Brookline. A small team of Bike Union volunteers and community members have been working on turning the Gateway East project, which originally had no bike infrastructure whatsoever,…

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