One of the primary goals of MassRIDES is to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality throughout the state. Massachusetts ranked fourth in the ‘Bicycle Friendly’ rankings last year, and has a number of options for alternative travel including buses, trains, carpooling, vanpooling, and walking. …Continue Reading Celebrate Earth Month with Green Commuting
Did you make a 2016 new year’s resolution? Perhaps less chocolate, less time on social media, spend less money, worry less? Cutting things out of our normal routines is hard, so why not add something to your daily mix? Since you already travel around town …Continue Reading MassRIDES: Happy “NuYear”!
Massachusetts was recognized today for its many bicycle initiatives ranking 4th in the nation as a Bicycle Friendly State by the League of American Bicyclists. “This is a tremendous recognition of our collective efforts and the many initiatives in place throughout the Commonwealth which have …Continue Reading Massachusetts Bicycle Friendly: 4th in Nation
Mark your calendars! Massachusetts will celebrate a week of Car-Free activity from September 16th – 22nd. Massachusetts Car-Free Week is an extension of World Car-Free Day, an annual event which has quickly spread to over 1,000 cities in 40 countries around the globe. Car-Free Week …Continue Reading Car-Free Week: September 16-22
MassDOT has announced that for the first time all public transportation authorities in the Commonwealth including the MBTA and all 15 Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) have their routes and schedules fully accessible on Google Maps. MassDOT’s MassRIDES Statewide Travel Options Program led the effort, in …Continue Reading MassDOT: Regional Transit Schedules on Google Maps
MassDOT, MassRIDES and MassBike wrapped up a successful 4th annual Bay State Bike Week on Sunday, May 19th with more than 14,000 riders participating. Bay State Bike Week is a statewide celebration of cycling, featuring bicycle-focused events that are coordinated at the local level and …Continue Reading Bay State Bike Week: 14,000 Participants
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