Independence From Cars Day: A Car-Free Waterfront and Free Bluebikes Rides

The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra performing at the Hatch Shell in Boston in 2005. Photo by Garrett A. Wollman, licensed under Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0).
The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra performing at the Hatch Shell in Boston in 2005. Photo by Garrett A. Wollman, licensed under Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0).

Boston’s July 4th celebrations along the Charles River present a rare opportunity for Bostonians to enjoy a car-free waterfront.

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The “return to the city” movement is dead — or so say some news outlets after data from Brookings showed population growth in the suburbs outpacing that of cities, especially among millennials. “American suburbs swell as a new generation escapes the city,” wrote the Wall Street Journal. Mother Jones piled on with “Millennials love the burbs.” […]