Folks with and without bikes join the human protected bike lane along Charles Street in support for bike lanes on this missing section of the Downtown Bike Network.
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"I think he's terrific," says Lisa Daglian, the head of a riders' advocacy organization in New York City. "Nothing happens overnight, but he's got the experience, and the fact that he works closely with people and wants to do things in a way that is collaborative is going to bode well for the MBTA."
Congress Resurrects E-Bike Tax Credit ProposalBy Kea Wilson |
A popular proposal for a federal e-bike credit is back in front of Congress — and this time, supporters have hard proof of concept that it will be the emissions-slashing, congestion-cutting, mode-shifting tool that Americans deserve.
Under Harvard’s Influence, MassDOT Approves $86 Million Contract to Rehab Allston Highway ViaductBy Christian MilNeil |
"It’s concerning that Harvard, an institution that has historically been opaque in their plans to develop in Allston, has control over the major infrastructure that impacts thousand of residents here, without having a clear and transparent process to share what those conversations are," said Galen Mook, a member of the Allston Multimodal Project's public task force.
They’ve Been Warned: Attorney General Says Suburbs ‘Must Comply’ With Transit-Oriented Housing LawBy Christian MilNeil |
“The Law requires that MBTA Communities ‘shall have’ a compliant zoning district and does not provide any mechanism by which a town or city may opt out of this requirement,” according to the Attorney General.
Study: Pedestrian Death Rate More Than 2X Higher in Historically Red-Lined NeighborhoodsBy Kea Wilson |
Communities that were red-lined in the 1930s are still experiencing more than twice the rate of pedestrian deaths today than more privileged neighborhoods — and we can't achieve Vision Zero until we reckon with racist and classist policies that contribute to the disparity, a groundbreaking new study argues.