Bikeways for Everybody

Speak up For a Car-Free Northern Ave. Bridge!

Last year, Boston unveiled several concepts for rebuilding and reopening the Northern Ave. Bridge, including one option for a car-free pathway. However, the City is now suggesting it will settle for a design that adds cars and private shuttle buses to the bridge, too. On Monday, join us in urging Boston to build a bridge to a more sustainable…

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Shape the Future of Mobility in Somerville

On Wednesday, there will be two public meetings about projects with the potential to reshape Somerville — and dramatically improve the convenience and safety of bicycling — for years to come. If you live in Ward 6 or 7, or bike on Powder House Blvd., please consider attending the Powder House redesign meeting (info below)…

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Speak Up to Pass the Boston Bike Budget!

We’re making progress! As the City of Boston enters the home stretch for setting its next budget, we’re thrilled to say we’ve already scored some significant victories in our campaign to boost funding for bike infrastructure and Vision Zero initiatives. Mayor Walsh’s proposed FY 2020 budget, released on April 5, included $2 million in funding…

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Make the Memorial Drive Greenway Better for Bikes!

The Memorial Drive Greenway is slated for a major redesign affecting both the roadway and parkland. Help us ensure cyclist safety is a key consideration in the final plan! Listening SessionMemorial Drive Greenway Improvements, Phase IIIThursday, April 11 // 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.Morse School Cafeteria (40 Granite Street, Cambridge, MA 02139) On Thursday, the Department of…

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Cummins Highway Reconstruction: First Meeting 4/11

Cummins Highway is the only major connecting road between Mattapan Square and Roslindale Square, but its four lanes of fast-moving car traffic make it unsafe for bikes, forcing many of us who want to ride to instead choose another mode of transportation. With reconstruction coming soon to Cummins Highway between River St. and Harvard St.,…

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VIDEO: Mass Ave. in Dorchester Needs Protected Bike Lanes

Mass Ave. in Dorchester has one of the highest crash rates in the entire city, and a high level of truck traffic that makes it particularly dangerous for cyclists. That’s why we’re calling on the city to make protected bike lanes along this corridor a priority in 2019. In this video, you’ll hear from riders…

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Two important advocacy opportunities this week

River St. Reconstruction On Tuesday , the City of Cambridge is hosting the first in a series of public meetings about major upgrades coming to River St. With the road design itself slated for changes, now is an ideal time for Cambridge to turn River St.’s narrow, cracked painted bike lane into a smooth, safe…

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Make Dudley Square Safer for Bikes!

Dudley Square is a key connector for traffic entering and leaving Roxbury, but it currently lacks any bike facilities. That could soon change depending on how the city proceeds with plans to redesign everything from streetlights to sidewalks in the area — and you can help shape what it looks like. Dudley Square Design Project Public…

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Tremont St. Businesses Support Protected Bike Lanes

In November, the Boston Transportation Department presented three concept designs for redesigning Tremont St. Out of the three, we prefer concept one because, as the only option to include protected bike lanes, it makes the most significant safety improvements for people biking and walking. By implementing a road diet (a reduction in vehicle travel lanes)…

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