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State Sets Target For More Biking

Yesterday, MassBike joined other advocates and officials to celebrate the announcement of the state’s mode shift goals. The big news for bike advocates? They want to triple the rate of biking, walking and transit use by 2030. As Secretary Davey noted, “I have news for you: We will build no more superhighways in this state.” […]

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MassBike Comments On GreenDOT Implementation Plan

In 2010, MassDOT launched its GreenDOT initiative, a comprehensive program to combat climate change, encourage biking, walking and transit, and support smart growth. This year, MassDOT released a draft GreenDOT Implementation Plan, and invited public comment. The plan focuses on what MassDOT can do to reduce greenhouse gases from its own operations and to make […]

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Investing In Biking Could Save Lives

States with the lowest levels of biking and walking have higher traffic fatalities and chronic disease. A new report released today by the Alliance for Biking & Walking shows that lack of investment in biking and walking could be contributing to higher traffic fatalities and chronic disease rates in the U.S. Bicycling and Walking in […]

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