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Bicycle Friendly Community

MassDOT congratulates Boston, Northampton and Somerville, which have been selected as the first cities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to be recognized as Bicycle Friendly Communities by the League of American Bicyclists!     Boston gained a Silver designation, while Northampton and Somerville each garnered Bronze designations.  

MassDOT has worked in partnership with each of these cities to advance bicycle transportation through improved bicycle infrastructure and programs that support bicycling. MassDOT looks forward to continuing to work with these and other municipalities to realize our GreenDOT policy goal of promoting the healthy transportation modes of walking, bicycling and public transit, which is part of our core business as your multi-modal DOT.

We are proud to share the good news that Boston, Northampton and Somerville are now nationally recognized by the League of American Bicyclists as Bicycle Friendly Communities

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