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Listen: StreetsblogMASS Editor Christian MilNeil On Radio Boston

A bicycle rider coasts through an intersection in a bike lane next to two cars and a pickup truck waiting to turn left from the oncoming direction. In the foreground, a row of flexible-post bollards separates the bike lane from the car lanes. A group of pedestrians on the opposite corner waits to cross the street.

A bicycle user rides through the intersection of New Chardon Street on downtown Boston’s new Cambridge Street bike lane. The City of Boston has also installed flexible-post bollards in intersections near crosswalks to force turning vehicles to slow down and watch for bikes and pedestrians.

StreetsblogMASS Editor Christian MilNeil visited the studios of WBUR last week to discuss street safety, Boston's Vision Zero policy, and bike lane controversies with Mark Chase of Tufts University and host Tiziana Dearing last week.

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