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MassBike Speaks Up In The Transportation Conversations

Beginning in September, MassDOT has held a series of “conversations” all over the state to hear what the public has to say about the future of transportation in Massachusetts. MassBike has been working hard to “get out the vote” for bicycling (so to speak) by sending targeted emails to our supporters who live in the […]

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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 And MassDOT, Moving Together

Last Wednesday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation hosted the Moving Together Conference, which is an annual conference bringing together bike and pedestrian advocates with state and municipal officials to discuss active transportation in the Bay State. This year’s theme was “Advancing Healthy Transportation with GreenDOT,” GreenDot being MassDOT’s comprehensive sustainability policy. We were especially excited […]

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MassBike’s New-And-Improved Partnership With The MBTA

As is often the case when someone calls something “new-and-improved”, there was nothing really wrong with our relationship with the MBTA before – MassBike has worked closely with the T for years (decades really) and have made continuing progress on better integrating bikes into the transit system. We’ve really come a long way from having […]

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