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Posted 03/25/2015 05:51:33 EDT
Real solutions to bicycle and pedestrian mobility in the Commonwealth Avenue corridor can be found by connecting parallel streets, an initiative which ties in well with the proposed Allston Turnpike I more »
Posted 08/19/2014 08:36:51 EDT
When, I wonder, is the Globe going to stop campaigning for segregation as a solution to the bicycle problem? Any but the most favorably situated and best designed cycle tracks -- not what have been pr more »
Posted 07/31/2014 12:27:53 EDT
It would be nice to check the research base before making a public statement. Actually the sidewalks are more dangerous except when riding little faster than walking speed. more »
Posted 07/31/2014 12:17:31 EDT
So, the truck had side guards. The cyclist went under the truck and suffered serioos injuries. These side guards are window dressing. Please see comments here: http://john-s-allen.com/blog/?p=5448 . T more »
Posted 05/07/2014 11:21:00 EDT
The at-grade scheme is a missed opportunity to make Forest Hills truly livable. Harper's long list of benefits of the at-grade scheme are things the community would have with a new bridge--except 2 ti more »
Posted 05/07/2014 04:07:24 EDT
Please get your facts right: the alternative plan is not for an elevated superhighway, it is for a graceful two-lane bridge. The rest of the world moves on buy bringing the through traffic down to gro more »
Posted 12/17/2013 02:02:49 EST
I'm John Allen; my wife holds the family subscription. Conservatism, as I understand it, speaks to respect for law, careful allocation of funding, and the rights and responsibilities of individuals. T more »
Posted 11/22/2013 09:17:29 EST
I'm John Allen -- the family subscription is in my wife's name. I have known Brighton Avenue for decades now as a cyclist, motorist and pedestrian. Also, I am a member of the Bicycle Technical Committ more »
Posted 08/05/2013 08:57:23 EDT
The photo with the article shows a poorly-positioned shared-lane marking. This marking is supposed to be used to indicate that a lane is too narrow for bicyclists and motorists to share side by side. more »
Posted 05/20/2013 08:09:26 EDT
Let's hold the analysis until we know more about how this happened.
Posted 01/01/2013 09:54:16 EST
Please fix the link to The Conversation Project in the article. The url is correct but your link to it doesn't work. Just when people are willing to do this, make it easy!
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