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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is your weekly roundup of meetings and events happening around Massachusetts. Monday, June 16 Public Meeting: Arlington, Information Session on Mass Ave. Reconstruction Time: 7:00 PM Location: Thompson School Gymatorium, 187 Everett Street, Arlington, MA Description: The purpose of this meeting will be to introduce the MassDOT team and to provide an overview of the 2014 construction […]

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Springfield Residents Discuss How To Improve Streets

Last week, MassBike held three public meetings in Springfield to get input on barriers to biking and walking in the city, and thoughts on what our priorities should be to improve the streets. These public meetings were hosted by Live Well Springfield’s community partners, Gardening The Community (GTC), Mason Square Health Task Force (MSHTF), Vietnamese-American […]

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Add Your Voice To MassDOT’s Statewide Conversation

Starting this week, we have an opportunity to voice our support for bicycling as a statewide priority. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is holding a series of public meetings in the run up to creating their long range financing plan. This plan is going to dictate whether we continue on the 20th-century path of […]

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Longfellow Bridge Public Meeting This Wednesday!

Want to find out what the Longfellow Bridge Task Force has been doing since MassDOT gave us the opportunity for more public input into the reconstruction of the Longfellow Bridge? How about speaking up for improving bicyclist access and safety getting on, crossing, and getting off the Longfellow Bridge between Boston and Cambridge? Then you […]

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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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