We were thrilled to see returning and brand new events this year throughout Massachusetts, from bike breakfasts to group rides and so many other great events. Congratulations to all on a successful week of events! Check out the stats, left, to see our statewide impact.
Events like those during Bay State Bike Week are what help to keep us as a top ten bicycle-friendly state!
Thank you again for your participation in Bike Week 2014. We look forward to working with you throughout the year to continue promoting bicycling as a safe, healthy, green, and fun form of transportation.
For more information about bicycling in Massachusetts, visit MassDOT’s bike page at Mass.gov/MassDOT/Bike.
MBTA Video: Watch Concord Bridge Roll into Place! posted on Oct 6
As part of the ongoing rehabilitation of the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Line, the MBTA replaced the railroad bridge over Route 62/Main Street in Concord with a new bridge rolled into place during one weekend at the end of August. Crews prepared foundations for the new …Continue Reading MBTA Video: Watch Concord Bridge Roll into Place!
MBTA Purchases Dozens of New, High Capacity Buses posted on Oct 6
The MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board has approved the purchase of 44, sixty-foot long buses for the Silver Line and other high volume bus routes. The diesel hybrid buses will replace the existing CNG-powered buses that began serving the Silver Line in 2003. The …Continue Reading MBTA Purchases Dozens of New, High Capacity Buses
MBTA Green Line to Activate Additional Countdown Signs posted on Oct 6
The MBTA announced today that the Green Line will activate additional countdown signs this week at Copley, Arlington, Boylston, Park, Haymarket and North Stations. “These signs provide important information that significantly enhances our customers’ commuting experience,” said MBTA General Manager Frank DePaola. “The oldest subway …Continue Reading MBTA Green Line to Activate Additional Countdown Signs