Around 5:10 p.m. The bicyclist got the worst of it, was taken away in bad shape, but is expected to survive.
Somerville Patch reports on the incident in Union Square.
The Boston Cyclists Union reports town officials are looking at raised "cycle tracks" for either side of the highway as it passes Washington Street:
Perhaps the most interesting feature of the design proposed by Tedrow and the Bike Union are the â€śfloating bus stops.â€ť The concept is common in Europe and it is included in the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide that many American... Read more
CarCarll spotted this turkey in a bike lane near Central Square this afternoon.
Around 7:30, Dan Berlin reported an unusual sight on the turnpike westbound:
Anyone else in Boston see the four people happily riding their Hubway bikes ON THE MASS PIKE?! Yikes.
In e-mail, he explains they look like they got on at Mass. Ave. They were riding in the breakdown lane, at least, he says:
Extra big breakdown these days, thanks to construction. But... Read more
Teresa Gorman asks:
Looking for empty lot or park to practice biking in Cambridge or Somerville.Ideas?
Boston Magazine reports on the crash this morning.
The move surprised prosecutors at the Suffolk County District Attorney's office, which in a statement, says:
In light of the Grand Juryâ€™s decision, prosecutors are essentially left without a criminal case, but we have... Read more
Ezra Finney reports on an incident around 10:10 p.m. yesterday in Cambridge:
I was riding south on Prospect Street in Cambridge with a green light at Harvard Street. There was a car in the oncoming lane with its left turn signal on. I have a bright white flashing front light on my bike, and clearly had the right of way, so I continued across... Read more
Capt. John Greland at C-6 reports that around 5:55 p.m. on Tuesday, a motorist took exception, by way of his fist, to a bicyclist obeying traffic rules at Dorchester Avenue and Columbia Road.
Greland says the motorist, apparently headed straight, beeped at the bicyclist in front of him. When the bicyclist refused to move and told him the light was red, the driver got... Read more
Angela Wang reports DPW workers wielding bolt cutters are roaming the Back Bay this morning, cutting bicycles away from meters and taking them away to that place where bad bicycles go.
To go with the simulation of riding a trolley on the new end of the Green Line, MassDOT has created this simulation of riding a bike (or walking really quickly) along the 2-mile community path it's planning.
Via Somerville Voices.