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Two New Studies Show Moving Away From Cars Improves Business

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 28

And not just business but a lot of other things, safety,health, quality of life.  But no one really cares about any of that unless it makes you more money…so the headline reads “improves business” not “makes you feel less horrible.”  But hey if it takes an increase in earnings to get people to abandon cars (and car parking), so be it.  Any port in a storm right.

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From Livable Streets:

Myth: Businesses need parking spaces in front of their store to thrive

Debunked: Complete streets are increasing economic vitality across the country.

Improved accessibility and a more welcoming street environment are now proven to generate higher sales. In particular, studies find that protected bike lanes and increased bike parking promote economic growth.

Check out the Protected Bike Lanes Mean Business report by PeopleForBikes and the Alliance for Biking & Walking, and the Economic Benefits of Sustainable Streets study by New York City Department of Transportation for more stats and facts on this topic.

 

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Livable Streets Update

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 28

From Livable Streets:

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Spring member party at District Hall.

A party is springing up and we want you there! 

 

Join the LivableStreets community at Boston’s newest event space: District Hall. Meet and chat with members, staff and board members about the latest innovative thinking on transportation in Boston’s innovation district.

 

Already a member? Register for event now.

 

Want to become a member? Join/renew for only $35 for free event entry.


Save the date: Bike4Life, September 14

Bike4Life will be on Sunday, September 14, 2014

Bike4Life – a ride that benefits LivableStreets, will be on Sunday, September 14, from 8:30-2pm. 24 and 40 mile routes, 4 and 8 mile guided kid and family routes, and BBQ celebration!

 

Save the date and more details coming soon.

#Bike4LifeBoston

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MassDOT’s new engineering directive

MassDOT has recently published a new Engineering Directive (E-14-001) to clarify and strengthen minimum pedestrian and bicycle accommodations required in roadway and bridge projects. The directive also encourages engineers to look beyond the minimums when designing for pedestrians and bicycles. MassDOT leadership reached out to LivableStreets, WalkBoston, and MassBike when preparing this new directive and incorporated extensive input.
Major changes in this directive include:

  • requiring new 5-foot-minimum shoulders or bike lanes recommended for bicycle accommodation (compared to the prior 4-foot-minimum shoulder or 15-foot-wide outside lane)
  • mandating sidewalks on all bridge and roadway projects in urbanized areas as required by the new Healthy Transportation Directive

For more information about the new Engineering Directive check out the Babystate Roads Program Blog. This directive is the result of the Design Standards Working Group, which LivableStreets sits on, and is just one way we advocate for safer and more livable streets for you.

MassDOTbusesMassDOT board votes to fund new buses

$355 million for new buses
Photo credit: Boston Business Journal

On February 19, the MassDOT board voted to include a total of $355M for bus replacement in its capital plan, $150M of which is new funding. More than 10% of the MBTA buses have reached the end of their useful life (12 years), and 85% of the MBTA bus fleet will reach their end in the next five years.

LivableStreets has been working on increasing statewide transportation funding with Transportation for Massachusetts. This is huge win for Transportation for Massachusetts and all those who live, work and play in the MBTA area.

Newsworthy

BansAutosBoston going carless

Call it pie in the sky, just plain crazy, or something to consider also?

 

Major cities across Europe from Brussels to Hamburg hope to go car-free.

Madrid, Spain is just one of the cities to swear off cars.

Brussels: ”The move would transform a handsome but car-snarled four-lane boulevard and a string of squares into a long, café-filled promenade. This new zone will join up with an existing pedestrian zone in the narrow streets around the city’s Grand Place and Rue Neuve, turning Brussels’ core into a spacious, rambling open-air living room.” Read more here>>

 

Madrid: “Trees, bikes, and walking are in. Cars, historical protection, and new apartments are out. This is the gist of a new plan Madrid has hatched to help it catch up with its European neighbors… The plan calls for 24 major Madrid streets to be radically overhauled, with car lanes removed, bike lanes added and trees planted to make them cool and shady.” Read more here >>

 

Hamburg: “Germany, home of the high-speed autobahn, is perhaps one of the few countries that has had as intense a love affair with the automobile as the U.S. But in an effort to go green, the country’s second-largest city is studying ways to eliminate cars by 2034. The northern city of Hamburg has laid out an initial concept, named the Green Network Plan, that would expand public transportation and add more routes for pedestrians and bicyclists.” Watch CNBC segment here >>

 

Read more about the plans, pros and cons. Share and discuss @StreetsBoston /Faceboook.com/LivableStreets / [email protected]. We’d love to hear from you!

What do you think about Boston going carless?

publicmeetingsPublic meetings & other opportunities

Boston MPO calls for hosts of livable streets communities workshops

Help educate communities on how to incorporate livability concepts and promote thinking about how design influences livability.

Fill out application here>>

Public Transit and Youth in the MBTA: Discussion and Briefing

Thursday, February 27, 4-6pm

@ SEIU 32BJ, 26 West Street, 3rd Fl, Boston

More details here>> 

 

LivableStreets Volunteer Friday

Friday, February 28, 12-2pm

@ LivableStreets, 100 Sidney St, Cambridge

More details here>>

For full list of events on our calendar see here>>

Sincerely,

LivableStreets

E: [email protected]
P: 617.621.1746
W:www.LivableStreets.info


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Livable Streets Update

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 04

From Livable Streets:

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Save the date: 6th Annual Boston Bike Update

Boston Bike Update will be March 27 at the Boston Public Library.

It’s that time again. Join us for the 6th (yes 6th!)Annual Boston Bike Update with the Director of Boston Bikes Program, Nicole Freedman. LivableStreets will host this public forum on bicycle planning in Boston so you have the opportunity to get your bike questions answered. Hear the latest on 2013 accomplishments and the path forward under Mayor Martin J Walsh, including:

  • Report back on end of year surveys
  • Connect Historic Boston
  • Network Plan
Save the date: Thursday, March 27, 2014 
@ Boston Public Library, Copley
5:30pm doors open, 6-7:30pm presentation
7:30-8:30pm Q&A
8:30-10pm LivableStreets member social

Speaking of surveys… Make your voice heard. Please take the Boston Bikes 2013 End of Year Survey. The survey is one of the best ways Boston Bikes gets feedback on biking in Boston. Take the survey and then pass along to friends, co-workers and neighbors, and hear results at the Bike Update. Take the Boston Bikes survey.

 

connectConnect Historic Boston update: Commercial

and Causeway Streets

 

Connect Historic Boston
Check out video about Connect Historic Boston 

Connect Historic Boston is a project to make traveling to National Park Service sites and other destinations easy, fun, accessible and convenient. The project includes improvements to Causeway Street, Commercial Street, Blackstone Block, Constitution Road and Joy Street, funded by a $15 million TIGER grant.

LivableStreets is a partner of Connect Historic Boston as a member of the project’s Working Advisory Group and host of a training that helped plan the initiative.

Commercial Street:

The North End 4-mile, “family friendly” cycle track design continues to move forward. The current plan also includes the preservation of existing parking, and we are particularly excited about the addition of bike traffic lights at intersections.
Details about next meeting here: Tues, Jan 28, 6-7:30pm @ The Nazzaro Center
Connect Historic Boston Cycle Track
Connect Historic Boston cycle track
Causeway Street:
The Causeway Street cycle track also continues to move forward. The current plan is to create a 10ft-14ft wide two-way cycle track with a median on the northern side as a pedestrian refuge. Also, the creation of a plaza-like “calm zone,” in front of the TD Garden between Portland and Canal St, is being considered.

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Success story: Cambridge Street community

Cambridge St Overpass, Allston
Photo credit: Matt Danish

After MassDOT first came to the Allston community with finalized plans to revampa crumbling yet crucial bridge between North Allston and Allston Village, a group of neighbors joined forces with a coalition of advocacy groups to fight for better pedestrian and bicycle accommodations on arguably one of the worst stretches of road in the region: Cambridge Street in Allston over I-90. LivableStreets has been working with neighbors and other advocates to push for a livable Cambridge Street. Through this advocacy work, two new public meetings were scheduled.

 

At the public meetings, the most recent of which was Tuesday, January 14, over 200 local residents came to speak out about slower streets and safer crossings. The coalition of advocates organized the comments into a formal public comment letter cosigned by 14 organizations and 330 residents – and MassDOT listened. The new plans have a sidewalk-level cycle track, better bike and pedestrian connections at the intersections, and a safe, signalized crosswalk on the bridge. The improvements were all won by bringing together designers, the resident, and elected officials through the entire process.

 

Thanks MassDOT, and congrats to the Cambridge Street community.

Read LivableStreets Comment Letters for Cambridge Street Overpass here

 

bowkerNeighborhoods Not Highways: Bowker Overpass

 

The Emerald Necklace Parks Masterplan

Photo credit: Executive Office of Environmental Affairs of MA and Friends of the Charlesgate.
MassDOT continues to evaluate long-term options for the Bowker Overpass in Boston, including various options for removing the overpass or rebuilding it, creating a new pedestrian/bike connection between Back Bay Fens and the Charles River Reservation, as well as alternatives for new on and off ramps to the Mass Pike in the Back Bay area to alleviate much of the need for the Bowker Overpass at all. In the meantime, MassDOT is finalizing plans for a 10-year short term structural repair of the Bowker.
LivableStreets has been working with neighbors and other advocates to push for grounding the Bowker Overpass, like the Casey Overpass in Jamaica Plain and McGrath in Somerville, and restoring Charlesgate Park. LivableStreets has also been providing recommendations for new Mass Pike ramps that have the least negative impacts on surrounding areas. We also hope to get short-term lighting, maintenance, and artwork improvements under the Overpass for the next 10 years. Stay tuned.

ActFresh

$50 Million for Complete Streets

 

On January 8th, the House Bonding Committee approved a new Active Streets Certification Program funded at $50 million over the next five years. The action comes after a year of intensive advocacy and organizing by Massachusetts Public Health Association, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, the Act FRESH Campaign (which LivableStreets is a member of) and many other allies.

 

Walking, biking and using public transit across the Commonwealth will be made easier and safer by this program. Streets better balanced for everyone getting around will provide health benefits, advance health equity, and provide economic and environmental benefits to communities large and small across the state.


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10 In 1 Street Talk

Written by Boston Biker on Dec 04

This is going to be awesome! Greg (friend of the blog) is going to be giving his talk about getting the MBTA to help out with the Midnight Marathon ride, go just for him, stay for the rest!

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3rd Annual 10 in 1 StreetTalk

Wednesday, December 11 6:00pm-9:00pm
@ Central Square Theater, 450 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge 02139
Tickets: $5.00 / Purchase here

Come learn about innovative transportation research, start up ideas, and advocacy stories given by planners, students, consultants and engineers from around the Boston region. Hear ten, seven minute presentations from home and abroad. Beverages for purchase available and light snacks provided.

 

2013 Presentations:

  • 12 day transportation fight inside the State House - Elizabeth Weyant, Transportation for Massachusetts
  • How I convined the MBTA to charter a train for the Midnight Marathon Ride – Greg Hum
  • Discovering and growing a global bike culture at State Street – Peter DeBruin, State Street Corporation
  • Connect Historic Boston – Steve Golden and Jamie Young, National Parks Service
  • Green Routes: a vision for linked greenways in the urban core – Alice Brown, LivableStreets
  • North Bank Bridge from the engineer’s perspective – David Greenwold, PE
  • Agile city, urban renewal for a networked world – Aaron Naparstek, Streetsblog
  • Quantitative Measurement of Infrastructure Changes on the Longfellow Bridge – Ari Ofsevit
  • Reclaiming neighborhood streets: Circle The City on Blue Hill Ave – Jessica Parsons, Circle the City Initiative
  • Street design activism in Santiago, Chile – Jeffrey Rosenblum, PE

LivableStreets is your advocate for better biking, walking, and public transit in the Boston region, creating safe streets and livable communities. www.livablestreets.info
More information: [email protected] / 617.621.1746 / #10in1StreetTalk / Facebook event

Thank you to event sponsors State Street Corporation and On the Move Coalition.


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Mass Ave Bridge Repaved!

Written by Boston Biker on Nov 11

Whoooo Hooooo!  No longer will you have to deal with the amazingly poor conditions on the Cambridge side in the bike lane!  This was WAY overdue.

 

More from Livable Streets Below:

 

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BREAKING NEWS

Massachusetts Ave (Harvard) Bridge is about to be much safer!

Over the weekend, MassDOT repaved the Mass Ave Bridge because YOU said you wanted a better bridge! This week it will be painted.

 

Just as every new bike lane is a product of relentless advocacy, maintaining the lanes, smooth pavement and public support requires constant dedicated resources.

 

Mass Ave Bridge conditions before this weekend.

We heard your complaints about the bridge for years, and documented the worsening conditions on the bridge… bumps in the pavement, gravel piling up, and disappearing bike lanes.

 

We worked with government and created handouts for the public. We organized Street Ambassador volunteers to go out on the bridge to collect your stories and signatures to give to transportation leaders to demand change.

 

Together, we won a better Mass Ave Bridge! What happened on Mass Ave bridge is happening across countless neighborhoods: a single poor road condition creates unsafe streets.

 

LivableStreets is working for you – providing resources, experience, and a network – fighting for better conditions.

 

With your support, we can develop innovative resources for local advocacy and continue to provide direct support to dozens of projects in neighborhoods across the region. Please donate today.

 

DONATE TODAY.

  

Sincerely,

 

Jackie Douglas

Executive Director


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McGrath To Get Much Needed Improvements!

Written by Boston Biker on Nov 05

I ride through this area on a regular basis, and I can attest that this sort of improvement is much needed.  Highways don’t belong in neighborhoods.

 

From Livable Streets:

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McGrath to become more livable!
You voiced your opinion and Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) listened.

Thanks to your support over the past three years, we could see much needed improvements to the McGrath corridor from Somerville Ave to Washington Street around the McCarthy Overpass by next summer.

 

Now, as part of the State’s repair project, MassDOT is planning to make additional surface improvements for people to make it safer and easier to walk, bike, take the bus, and drive, when originally the only plan was to repair the structure.

 

LivableStreets urged the State to reconsider howthey are investing money in this project. Taking our feedback, the State hired consultants to analyze the possibilities. Last week, data and conceptual drawings were presented to LivableStreets and other stakeholders. The drawings showed new and improved intersections, buffered bicycle lanes, designated areas for buses, improved traffic signals, and the closing of ramps and tunnels. 

 

With the addition of a new intersection and improved crossings, you would be able to walk and bike along McGrath and get from one side of McGrath to the other safely and more easily, unlike today.

The new ideas presented are because you wrote letters, volunteered, signed postcards, and attended meetings and spoke up. Now we are closer to seeing these much needed improvements.

Thank you Massachusetts Department of Transportation and City of Somerville!  

Today (top); A vision (bottom)

We are also now one step closer to realizing the ultimate vision of taking down the outdated overpass to make our communities more connected and livable, and pave the way for more businesses and jobs.

The work is not complete though… We must continue to weigh in on the plans and there will be public meetings this spring.

Together, we can make these changes happen! Join LivableStreets today. Bybecoming a member now, you will contribute to helping make these changes actually happen.


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Mayoral Candidate Forum On Transportation Tonight!

Written by Boston Biker on Sep 17

The Boston Mayoral Candidate Forum on Transportation & Livable Communities is happening tonight!

TODAY, September 17th from 6-8PM (doors open at 5:30PM)

@ the Boston Public Library Rabb Lecture Hall, 700 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02116

The mayoral election is a huge opportunity to improve our city and our communities.

The forum is sponsored by LivableStreets Alliance and 27 other organizations throughout Boston. The forum will be moderated by Paul McMorrow, Associate Editor at CommonWealth magazine, and Stephanie Pollack, Associate Director at the Kitty & Michael Dukakis Center for Urban & Regional Policy and LivableStreets Board Member.

RSVP today for easy sign-in. RSVP doesn’t guarantee seat. First come, first serve.

They are expecting over 400! People to attend so if you want to be there, get there early!  Hopefully someone will video tape it and put it on youtube when its over for those of us who can’t make it.

SHOW UP!  Make sure these people know that we care about these issues and that we want more and better bicycle infrastructure!

Here are three mayoral candidates views on biking from BCU:

Boston’s 12 mayoral candidates are in an all out sprint to determine which two hopefuls will stride past the primary election. Two weeks ago, 10 members of the bike community put 10 questions to them-and so far, three campaigns have answered. Does their timely response indicate the amount of priority they will give bicycles in their administration? You be the judge.

First to respond: Bill Walczak, Dorchester

Second to respond: John R. Connolly, West Roxbury

Third to respond: Felix G. Arroyo, Jamaica Plain


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Livable Streets Update

Written by Boston Biker on Sep 06

Lots of goodies in here from the email:

 

Only a $100 minimum? Bike4Life, Sept. 15

 

$100 donation provides you with:

  • a 24 or 40 mile marked and marshal led bike ride
  • a volunteer led 4 and 8 mile kids’ ride
  • a Bike4Life t-shirt
  • a BBQ along the Charles River
  • a fun day with people who care about safety and livability in the Boston region

$100 donation supports us to advocate for:

  • Better Bridges across the Charles River
  • Neighborhoods Not Highways
  • the new transportation bill going toward much needed biking, walking and transit projects
Register and begin fundraising today to meet the rider minimum of $100. Help us surpass the half way point this week!
Can’t ride for one reason or another? You can stillvolunteer and fundraise. Together, we can reach the goal of $50,000.
 
The Bike4Life ride is happening Sunday, September 15, 9am-2pm at Auburndale Park, Newton.
www.bike4lifeboston.org #Bike4LifeBoston

Mayoral Candidates Forum on Transportation & Livable Communities, Sept. 17

You’re invited to the Boston Mayoral Candidate Forum on Transportation & Livable Communities. Meet the future mayor of Boston and show all the candidates you care about transportation & livable communities. 

Tuesday, September 17, 6-8PM@ the Boston Public Library Rabb Lecture Hall, 700 Bolyston St., Boston

Free and open to the public.

RSVP today.

 

The mayoral election is a huge opportunity to improve our city and our communities. Find out where Boston’s candidates for mayor stand on vital issues that impact our neighborhoods.

The forum is sponsored by LivableStreets Alliance along with host of other organizations throughout Boston. It will be moderated by Paul McMorrow, Associate Editor at CommonWealth magazine, and Stephanie Pollack, Associate Director at the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy and LivableStreets board member.
Register for a free ticket today, so we can plan for enough room!

RSVP and invite friends on Facebook here>>

Route 99 – a LivableStreets win!

 

In July 2009, LivableStreets worked with a coalition of advocates including WalkBoston, MassBike, Institute for Human Centered Design, and Bike to the Sea. Together, we advocated for a number of significant improvements to the planned reconstruction of Route 99 in Everett and Charlestown, between the Alford St Bridge and Sweetser Circle. This project is especially important because this is the only bicycle route across the Mystic River and Boston Harbor in Boston. This is a primary route for people going between Boston, East Boston, Everett, and Chelsea.We advocated for:

  • bicycle lanes throughout the project by
    Route 99 today.

    narrowing the travel lane

  • preserving the wider stretch of sidewalk
  • keeping the trees
  • providing an additional pedestrian crossing at Thorndike Street to serve local bus riders

Now, Route 99 has:

  • bicycle lanes
  • maximum of 11.5 feet lanes (narrowed from 15 feet)
  • improved sidewalks
  • a new crosswalk and signal at Thorndike Street

The project was just completed and now provides a much safer and more pleasant environment for people. Although it certainly isn’t perfect, it’s a much safer and more complete street than before! LivableStreets works to build consensus with community groups so we can speak as one unified voice to create these much needed changes.

 

Are you excited for the completion of this project and its improvements?

 

  • Car-free Blue Hill Ave, Sept. 29
Circle the City: Open Streets on Blue Hill Avenue is happening Sunday, September 29 from 1pm-5pm. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enjoy a car-free Blue Hill Avenue between Dudley and Warren Street. RSVP on Facebook and spread the word.
 

Volunteer Spotlight with Sarah Uziel 

Where are you from?

I grew up in Brookfield, CT, a town without sidewalks or a downtown.

 

What is your favorite street in greater Boston?

I like finding back alleys and side streets with low car traffic. These streets tend to be full of character, and they usually go completely unnoticed. If you find the right one, it can be a little escape from the city chaos.

 

What do you like about volunteering for LivableStreets Alliance?

It’s good to participate in such an inclusive system. There is an opportunity for
everyone to be involved with LivableStreets, and they advocate for every kind of
person. That’s what makes the whole thing work. I’ve made some great friends and
learned so much about our cities.

What kinds of projects are you involved with at LivableStreets?

I copyedit so I get to review most written work before it is published. The orange postcards have been really fun to work on. How many synonyms for “advocate” can you think of?

 

What would your bumper sticker say?

Why is it called a bumper?

 

> Read Sarah’s full spotlight here.

> If you are interested in volunteering with LivableStreets, come to our

Volunteer Fridays from 12-2pm at our office, 100 Sidney Street, Cambridge. The next one happens this Friday, September 6.

Jobs and opportunities in the field

 

Transportation for Massachusetts seeks full-time Outreach Director

 

City of Cambridge seeks volunteer Commercial Parking Control Committee Members  

 

Other events and meetings

 

South Boston Broadway Bike Lanes Public Meeting

Monday, September 16, 6-8pm

@ JF Condon School, 200 D Street, South Boston

More details here >>

Public Garden Cycle Track Public Meeting

Wednesday, September 18, 6-8pm

@ Firehouse, 127 Mt Vernon Street, Boston

More details here>>

 

Hub on Wheels

Sunday, September 22, all day

@ Boston City Hall, Boston

More details here>>

 

Dedication of Kittie Knox Monument

Sunday, September 29, 3-5pm

@ Mount Auburn Cemetery, 580 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge

More details here>>


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The Word On The Street

  • RSS Here is what people are saying

    • Bikes Not Bombs’ 27th Annual Bike-A-Thon April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
      TweetI have posted a video of a group of avid recreational cyclists riding on Hampshire Street in Cambridge, in the middle of the day. Ah, once again, bostonbiker.org won’t let me embed a video, but you may view it in … Continue reading →
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
      TweetI have posted a video of a group of avid recreational cyclists riding on Hamphire Street in Cambridge, in the middle of the day. Ah, once again, bostonbiker.org won’t let me embed a video, but you may view it in … Continue reading →
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
      TweetI have posted a video of a group of avid recreational cyclists riding on Hampshire Street in Cambridge, in the middle of the day. Ah, once again, bostonbiker.org won’t let me embed a video, but you may view it in … Continue reading →
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    • Is This Street Wide Enough? April 16, 2014
      TweetI have posted a video of a gorup of avid recreational cyclists riding on Hamphire Street in Cambridge, in the middle of the day. Ah, once again, bostonbiker.org won’t let me embed a video, but you may view it in … Continue reading →
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