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Boston Mayor Michelle Wu posted a selfie of herself and several other members of a bike convoy that rode to downtown Boston from Roslindale Square on August 24. Courtesy of Mayor Michelle Wu.

Mayor Wu, Bike Commuter

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Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, who ran for Mayor last year on a “Green New Deal” platform, has ridden her bike to work three times this month, and is taking notes about how the city can improve bike infrastructure on the 7-mile route between her home in Roslindale and City Hall. The mayor, who has been […]
A chain of people, mostly with bikes, line up along the right lane of Charles Street in Beacon Hill to form a temporary "people-protected" bike lane.

Bike Union Protest Creates ‘People-Protected’ Bike Lane Across Beacon Hill

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This morning, the Boston Cyclists Union created a “people-protected bike lane” to call attention to the need for safer bike infrastructure through Beacon Hill to complete the promised Downtown Bike Network – a pre-pandemic City of Boston initiative that’s yet to fully materialize. At least a hundred participants gathered in solidarity to form a human-protected […]