At long last, Saturday will see the opening of the Richmond San Rafael Bridge bike path. By some counts, the fight for the path has gone on for close to fifty years.
The state’s leading safe streets advocacy organizations are holding a vigil on the steps of the Massachusetts State House this Sunday to commemorate those who have been injured or killed by motor vehicles. The Massachusetts event is one of hundreds of vigils being held globally on the World Day of Remembrance on November 17, 2019. […]
Increasing activity levels would reduce health burdens even more than cleaner air or reduced traffic injuries.
Planners from the City of Boston are hosting a series of walks this autumn to kick off planning for new “high-comfort” bike routes and crosswalk upgrades to encourage more people to walk and bike across downtown Boston. The city’s “Connect Downtown” project is studying numerous city streets around Boston Common and the Public Garden, from […]