“Advocates across the state are celebrating “Rolling Together Again” by hosting bike-friendly events and participating in bicycle challenges.”
“As warmer weather comes, it’s important that we take the necessary steps to keep our streets clean.”
Daniel De Visé on his new book The Comeback
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“Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan have the worst infrastructure and the most speeding and lack of bike lanes, let alone protected bike lanes, but unfortunately we feel that the city is lagging behind, period,” Wolfson said. “The entire city needs much more of an investment in bike infrastructure and a much more rapid implementation.”