RSVP For 6th Annual Boston Bikes Update

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 24

RSVP today for 6th Annual Boston Bike Update, happening March 27th.
Biking has doubled in Boston in the last six years.


Want to know how, why and who helped make this happen? Wondering how biking fits into larger transportation network?


Join us for this sixth annual event to hear Boston Bikes Director, Nicole Freedman discuss the future of biking in Boston and the path forward under Mayor Walsh.


If you care about biking in Boston you don’t want to miss this event.


Thursday, March 27, 2014
@ Boston Public Library, Rabb Hall, 700 Boylston St, Boston
5:30pm doors open – Free and open to the public
6pm presentations begin
8:30-10pm LivableStreets member social @ Lir Pub

RSVP now.

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One Response to “RSVP For 6th Annual Boston Bikes Update”

  1. By mouthbreather on Feb 24, 2014 | Reply

    so – is Boston now at 4% bike mode share? We’re getting conflicting data – Boston bike counts showed double the number of trips, but ACS data shows that mode share hasn’t increased – even declined slightly. What is going on? Is it all people commuting in from Cambridge?

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