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"Pedal & Park" is the name of MBTA secured bike cages to offer a healthy option for commuters using public transportation.  MBTA GM Rich Davey announced the "Pedal & Park" name as the winner in a contest to name the cages during ceremonies at South Station, where a secure bike facility is under construction with completion later this summer.  Increasingly popular Pedal & Park cages are now open at Alewife and Forest Hills, accessible only with special Bike Charlie Cards. More bike facilities will open during the next year.

Watch the video of the South Station announcement below, and visit MassDOT for more video information on YouTube here.

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