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Traffic Advisory: BU Bridge

Massachusetts Department of Transportation TRAFFIC ADVISORY Evening/Overnight Bridge Closure Boston University Bridge On Sunday, February 21, 2010 through Thursday, March 4, 2010 the Boston University Bridge, which carries traffic over the Charles River between Cambridge and Boston, will be closed to traffic from 9 PM to 5 AM each week (Sunday to Thursday.) The upstream […]

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It Really Is A Two-Way Street

I just got road-raged on my own suburban street. I was stopped at a red light, doing exactly what the law and safety required me to do. But that simply wasn’t good enough for this particular motorist. He pulled up behind me. Then honked, clearly wanting me to get out of his way. But where […]

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Make Your Business A Bicycle Friendly Business, MassBike Can Help!

The City of Boston is once again calling for local business’ to become Bicycle Friendly. MassBike can help your business qualify for the coveted designation of Bicycle Friendly Business. If you are interested in getting one of our awesome commuter workshops, or adult safety classes so that your business can qualify, please contact us. Below […]

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DCR Notice: Work Near Charles River Bike Path

Heads up everyone, seems the DCR will be doing a bit of work that might affect the bike path for the next couple weeks, see below. ———————————— Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) crews will begin lead-abatement work on about one mile of decorative fencing between the bicycle/pedestrian pathway and the Charles River along […]

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Bike To Fenway

We recently received a great email from Mike Beck detailing a fantastic brochure he made for how to bicycle to Fenway Park from points north. These same directions could be modified for points south east and west, the bicycle parking information is particularly valuable. Below are some excerpts from the Brochure, download the entire thing […]

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Longfellow Bridge Bike Lane Saved, And Sidewalks Too!

In a victory for bicyclists and pedestrians, MassDOT today agreed to change its plans to remove a portion of the bike lane on the Longfellow Bridge in order to install sidewalks where none currently exist. Instead, MassDOT opted to build the sidewalks and keep the bike lane by implementing an alternative proposal submitted by MassBike, […]

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Broadway Commuter Repair Clinic Classes, Date Changes

Due to a slight mix-up the very fun and very informative Broadway Commuter Repair Clinics have had their dates changed. Below is a re-post of the original posting for these classes with corrected dates. There are still some slots in each class but they have been going fast so sign up now! ————— Be ready […]

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Riding Your Bicycle To Logan Airport

We are still sorting through some good stuff from the old website, this gem turned up today. I have updated what I could, but it is not perfect, if you have information that can be added please leave it in the comments. Original Content by Doug Mink, John Allen and Dan Moraseski. —————————————————— Getting to […]

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Reminder: Tuesday December 15, Important Meeting About JFK Street Bridge (Anderson Memorial Bridge Rehab)

This is a reminder to everyone in the Metro area, the JFK Street bridge is up for rehab, it is important that you attend this meeting and let the planners know that it is vital to include bicycle infrastructure in the rehabilitation process. Current conditions on this heavily cycled bridge are not optimal for bicycling, […]

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MassBike Launches “Same Roads, Same Rules” Campaign

In response to the sharp rise in bicycle commuters and recreational bicyclists, MassBike, in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the Department of Public Health, has launched a new safety campaign to educate both bicyclists and motorists about the […]

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