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Transit Roundup

In the last few weeks, we have seen a lot of news focused on Boston-area public transit. In addition to the West Station announcement, reports about weekend Commuter Rail options, a new Silver Line route, and updated Green Line Extension dates have all come out. Here’s the roundup: Weekend Commuter Rail service is returning on […]

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Boston Red Sox and MassBike Announce Fenway Park Bike Valet

The Boston Red Sox and MassBike join together to present Fenway Park Bike Valet, a free bicycle valet parking service for ticket holders. The service will be piloted at home games on July 19th and 20th with an eye towards expanding the service to more games in the future. Up to 200 people per game […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is your weekly roundup of meetings and events happening around Massachusetts. Wednesday, July 9 Public Meeting: Lawrence, Union Crossing Pedestrian Improvement Project Time: 7:00 PM Location: Lawrence Public Library, Main Library, 3rd Fl, 51 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA Description: MassDOT will host this meeting. According to MassDOT, “The proposed project will install pedestrian enhancements, including: new sidewalks, lighting […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

There is only one meeting in the calendar for this week, but it is an important one. Read on! Monday, June 30 Public Meeting: Boston, Bowker Overpass Deck Replacement Project Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM Location: Johnson Conf. Rooms, Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston, MA Description: MassDOT is planning to perform emergency interim repairs on the […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is your weekly roundup of meetings and events happening around Massachusetts. Tuesday, June 24 Public Meeting: Cambridge, Grand Junction Rail Corridor Open House Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM Location: MIT Stata Center, 1st floor (Rm. 32-124), 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA Description: The concept of building a multi-use path along the Grand Junction railroad running […]

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Take a Virtual Ride Along the Somerville Community Path Extension

After years of championing, Boston-area biking and walking advocates scored a huge victory in April when MassDOT, the MBTA, and the City of Somerville announced that funding for the extension of the Somerville Community Path would included as part of the Green Line Extension Project. MassBike has been actively campaigning for the Community Path to be extended […]

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What’s Happening With The I-90 Allston Interchange Project

Tomorrow, Thursday April 24 at 5pm, is an important deadline to submit public comments on the I-90 Allston Interchange Project. At a meeting hosted two weeks ago, MassDOT presented its preliminary plans for the $260 million project, which will realign the Massachusetts Turnpike ramps, open up land for development, and aim to improve conditions for bicyclists and […]

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This SUNDAY – Join Us at Dorchester Bike Festival!

It’s springtime, which means we are gearing up for all sorts of bike fun across Massachusetts. UPDATE: Due to Saturday’s weather forecast, Dorchester Bike Festival has been moved to Sunday, April 27. This Sunday marks another year of Dorchester Bike Festival! MassBike is co-sponsoring the event. In addition, there will be free breakfast, free bike tune ups, […]

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This Thursday, The Mass Pike Straightening Project Begins Public Process

This Thursday, April 10, MassDOT will host a public meeting in Allston to discuss the upcoming Massachusetts Turnpike Straightening Project, a $260 million project to simplify the ramp system at the Allston interchange, replace the structurally deficient elevated portion of the turnpike, and better support and maintain the future all electronic “open road” tolling at the interchange. The […]

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City of Boston Wins National Grant To Build Protected Bike Lanes

Here at MassBike, we were thrilled to hear the news yesterday that Boston was selected as one of PeopleForBikes’ Green Lane Project cities. Under this intensive two-year program, Boston will be one of six US cities to receive “financial, strategic and technical assistance to create low-stress streets and increase vitality in urban centers through the installation […]

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