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ANYONE AT BLOCK BETWEEN LANDRY’S & FORMER SKI MARKET AT ~ 11AM ON 10-15-10? IF YOU WITNESSED THIS ACCIDENT, PLEASE HELP!

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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 […]

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Comm Ave bike lanes, rough draft to final design

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 […]

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BU bridge – DCR’s current plans

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.

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advocacy update from MassBike

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 […]

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Boston Bikes Update Report

[ 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!

 

Date:

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Time:

7:00pm – 9:00pm

Location:

Boston Public Library, Rabb Lecture Hall

Email:

nicole.freedman.bra@cityofboston.gov

 

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 […]

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BU Bridge update

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 […]

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Earn-a-bike instructor training (FREE) for A-BbikesKIDZ!

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 […]

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BU Bridge Rehab Meeting 10/16 6-8pm @ BU CGS

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
Jacob […]

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Cyclesnack’s info on bailout bill and cycling benefit

Tweetat http://www.cyclesnack.com/2008/10/section-211-of-bail-out-bill-as-it.html

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