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Revisiting the Question, How Bikeable is Boston?

What makes for a bikeable street, neighborhood, and community? There are many factors, and we’ve been busy collecting data and observations for a number of Boston neighborhoods to revisit the findings from our very first Bikeability Assessment. In 2009, MassBike completed a Bikeability Assessment of key street segments in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, East Boston, Mattapan, […]

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MassBike Supporting Communities

Beginning more than three years ago, MassBike has been working with Chelsea Creek Action Group/E3C in East Boston to improve the biking (and walking) environment and encourage more people to bike, with the support of the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, and Communities Putting Prevention to Work. More recently, MassBike, along with WalkBoston, has […]

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Volunteer To Evaluate The Blue Line Pilot Program

You may remember that back in March the Blue Line Pilot Program kicked off, expanding bicycle access during rush hour on the Blue Line. The change in peak hour restrictions is a victory for the communities of East Boston, local advocates like the Chelsea Creek Action Group, and for MassBike. As you may know, the […]

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East Boston Environmental Justice Bike Tour

On July 23rd, MassBike was in East Boston helping out with putting on the Chelsea River Revel.  The annual event, organized by the Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH) and the Chelsea Creek Action Group (CCAG), builds community and supports a sense of place in East Boston through events like river kayaking, a soccer tournament, and […]

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MassBike Works With NOAH To Improve Cycling In East Boston

When we sat down to plan our campaigns for this year, we wanted to help East Boston become more bicycle friendly. East Boston is geographically separated from the rest of Boston and this poses a special challenge. View Larger Map Previously, we worked with youth from NOAH (an awesome group of young people) on our […]

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