Tag Archives | Protected Bike Lane

Sunday Summary – August 25, 2019

Next week is Labor Day weekend, the traditional end of summer (and the end of the State Fair, too).  Have a good post about how to get back to school?  We’d love to hear it along with any last summer stories. Transit, micro and macro A few weeks ago, we posted an announcement about an […]

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University Ave SE and 4th St SE Restriped in “Protected Bikeway Study”

Within the last two weeks, University Ave SE and 4th St SE, both arterial one-way roads, have been restriped to reduce the lanes of vehicular traffic and to start to create a protected bike lane in each direction on the corresponding roads. The bike lanes as of June 26 are only buffered bike lanes, without […]

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MassDOT’s New Bikeway Guide is the Beginning of Good Things

Many in the active transportation advocacy world have waited with anticipation for the release of the 2015 MassDOT Separated Bike Lane Planning & Design Guide. It was published last week and I think is much of what people hoped it would be. Inside there is a lot of good design and perhaps best of all […]

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