Category Archives: Downtown

Feb. 26th: Public Meeting for Protected Bike Lanes in Downtown Boston

TweetCome voice your support for a vastly improved bicycling in Boston’s central core at the public hearing for the 25% design of Phase 1 of the Connect Historic Boston bike trail and Constitution Road protected bike lane proposals. WHERE: Boston City Hall, Room 801 … Continue reading

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Cycle Tracks around the Public Garden

TweetA few months back, old rules against bicycling on Boston Common were suddenly back in force, leaving bike riders in downtown Boston with no good alternatives.  At the time, I suggested the best thing to do would be to convert … Continue reading

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No Bikes On Boston Common? OK, Build Bike Lanes!

TweetEarlier this month, with no warning to the local bicycle community, the City of Boston Parks and Recreation department painted stencils prohibiting bike riders from riding on Boston Common’s pathways. A spokesperson for Parks and Recreation claimed that they were … Continue reading

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Circle the City

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TweetFor one bright Sunday morning, State Street and the Greenway in downtown Boston were closed to automobiles allowing people to ride bikes, stroll, and play in an event called Circle the City.  My son Peter brought his scooter and then … Continue reading

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