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Category Archives: advocacy
ANYONE AT BLOCK BETWEEN LANDRY’S & FORMER SKI MARKET AT ~ 11AM ON 10-15-10? IF YOU WITNESSED THIS ACCIDENT, PLEASE HELP!
A young male Hispanic cyclist was injured at ~11am on Comm. Ave. this morning on the inbound side about a half of a block after Landry’s in a collision with a white car driven by an older white gentlemen. I arrived after the first […]
TweetHoly Moley! We’ve got lanes leading from Allston!
Bike lanes have been painted from Packard’s Corner to BU Bridge! Another piece of the thermoplastic puzzle is down! Fresh 5-ft wide path down the street! That means, except for a few major intersections like Kenmore Sq, we can bike all the way from Allston […]
Tweetsee http://www.mass.gov/dcr/projects/pdf/BU%20Craigie%20Follow%20Up.pdf for DCR’s presentation about it’s current plans for the bridge renovations/rehab.
Tweetexcerpts of interest to A-Bbikerz from MassBike’s latest quick release:
New MA Bike Law
Now that the Bicyclist Safety Bill is law, the next step is to get the word out to as many people as possible. So we’ve released a quick Guide to the New Bike Law to explain in plain language all the changes in […]
[ January 29, 2009; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ]
Learn more about Mayor Menino’s bike initiatives and what’s in store for 2009!
Thursday, January 29, 2009
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Boston Public Library, Rabb Lecture Hall
Mayor Menino kicked off Boston Bikes a year ago with a strong commitment to transform bicycling in Boston. Since then, Boston Bikes has installed 250 racks, added several miles of bike lanes, started […]
TweetFrom Chris Porter of MassBike Metro Boston: Thanks to those of you who attended the BU Bridge hearing last Thursday. There was a great crowd of bicyclists there, including some MassBikers. Also, we heard some very heartening news from the DCR – they have committed to putting bike lanes on the BU Bridge! They will […]
TweetWe’re planning to start an A-B based Earn a Bike program, and Bikes not Bombs offered 5 spots in their upcoming training course for A-BbikesKIDZ (future) instructors. Two A-Bbikers have already signed up… there are 3 spots left so don’t wait too long! Applications are online at http://www.bikesnotbombs.org/involved … please be sure to indicate that […]
TweetDCR is planning to reconstruct the bridge as-is. This is your chance to advocate for improvements to the bridge such as bike lanes and better bike/pedestrian crossings at the Cambridge and Boston ends!
Boston University Bridge Rehabilitation Project – Public Meeting
Thursday, October 16, 2008, 6- 8 p.m.
BU College of General Studies
871 Commonwealth Avenue