Category Archives: Advocacy

Bicyclists always had the right, the Globe got it wrong

TweetThe Starts and Stops column in the Metro section of the Sunday, June 10 2012 Boston Globe, and in Boston.com, included a discussion of whether bicyclists are required to ride in bike lanes, under the subheading “Bikers get the right” … Continue reading

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Harvard Bridge connection to the PDW path: proposed improvement

TweetLet’s look at how well bicycle routes around the Boston end of the Harvard Bridge (Massachusetts Avenue bridge over the Charles River) might be improved. Here is a Google maps overview of the area. There are two special bicycle routes … Continue reading

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Vision realistic

TweetFrom an e-mail about the 2016 Progress Report of the Massachusetts Vision Zero Coalition: Based on our assessment, the City has made progress, but the City will need to dedicate more capital resources and funding for staff in order to … Continue reading

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Metrowest report is online again.

TweetIn 1993, I conducted a survey of the western suburbs of Boston under a contract from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management (now part of the Department of Conservation and Recreation) and the Cerntral Transportation Planning Staff.  The project report … Continue reading

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