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Posted 08/23/2014 02:13:14 EDT
Yeah, they should keep talking about accommodation, after all they've been talking about this since at least 1990, when the American's with Disabilities Act was passed. Why shouldn't yet another gener more »
Posted 08/22/2014 04:10:02 EDT
EZ Ticket, you just have to like it. But, I'm sure that would up the cost to an even 8k per cruiser. After all the marketing folks will need to design and print new stickers to put on the equipment; n more »
Posted 08/06/2014 02:15:05 EDT
Of course the boylston St plaza is only used a handful of times each year and has barely been repaired, let alone renovated, in 30 or so years; the Pru Center knows that if they leave it alone and don more »
Posted 07/18/2014 02:07:32 EDT
Good work Mayor Walsh! more »
Posted 07/06/2014 08:23:45 EDT
The photo caption at the top of the article is wrong: the type of bicycle that the riders have is the "safety bicycle" (two wheels of roughly equal size, cranks and pedals drove the rear wheel)which w more »
Posted 06/19/2014 01:48:34 EDT
If they can wait a few years before moving the horses, the redone/renovated North Washington St bridge will have solid paved driving/cycling/walking surfaces. Having the horses traverse the bridge dur more »
Posted 05/17/2014 05:04:09 EDT
Its the City's Pole Yard that's moving as a result of the MOA between the city, the MBTA and the CPCAY. The DCR property on American Legion Highway is quite large, and if planned wisely, large enoug more »
Posted 05/05/2014 09:03:37 EDT
The Authors state a series of mis-truths: The plan doesn't ban all left turns, just at two intersections - from the Arborway at Washington St/Hyde Park Ave and at from the Arborway at South St/Washing more »
Posted 04/12/2014 09:14:08 EDT
NativeBos, FYI, with the Casey Overpass coming down next winter (2014/15) there is already considerable mixed-use transit oriented development being proposed along Washington St just North of what is more »
Posted 04/03/2014 05:10:58 EDT
I hate to be the one to break the news to you; but Sullivan Square, and the area around it, was made for cars. And not for anything else, not pedestrians or cyclists despite it being a major Orange L more »
Posted 03/16/2014 01:55:41 EDT
Perhaps someone should contact the Engineers in charge of the project. They should be listed on the job site construction sign.
Posted 03/11/2014 04:29:41 EDT
Would it be possible to put a toll on this road for non-commercial vehicles? Open tolling should make it relatively easy to do. It should help keep some traffic off it and the funds could possibly g more »
Posted 11/23/2013 07:37:36 EST
Another reason to be out both before sunrise and just before sunset is that many animals come out from where they have been resting at both sunrise and sunset. Stay very still, be very quite and you more »
Posted 10/13/2013 10:22:26 EDT
The joint movement is far more complex than that, they move up/down, left/right as well as back and forth - just look at the jumble of joints in the picture. The road also needs to be able to be snow more »
Posted 09/22/2013 11:38:53 EDT
Take a look at the bike accident reconstruction video that's part of the Globe report - bike accidents with cars and trucks don't occur in the areas between intersections, they occurr primarily at int more »
Posted 09/20/2013 02:27:17 EDT
Ever drive over the Longfellow, or on Beacon St in Sommerville(Hampshire St in Cambidge)? Bikes constitute around 30% of the total traffic on those streets during peak commute hours. While cycling is more »
Posted 09/20/2013 02:21:27 EDT
Cyclists ride on sidewaks because the roads are unsafe, by providing god bike infrastructure sidewalk cycling can be reduced.
Posted 09/14/2013 06:08:15 EDT
Those pesky pedestrians, demanding to have a safe wy to cross a busy street. Let's up the sped limi on neighborhood streets while we're at it.
Posted 09/14/2013 04:20:16 EDT
If conjestion charges are really to be considered then they should be timed to reflect actual conjestion - very low during the early morning hours, medium during the day, high during morning and eveni more »
Posted 09/08/2013 07:50:21 EDT
Chacarao has a new location in the Prudential Mall food court. It's just as good as the Arch Street location!
Posted 08/26/2013 02:10:28 EDT
It's time for the City to really start installing more bike parking and bike racks just aren't enough. While the City is starting to get it, with the new on-street corrals that fit inside a single pa more »
Posted 08/15/2013 01:27:05 EDT
Contra-flow bike lanes and now bait bikes; move over Portland here comes Brookline!
Way to go Brookline PD!
Posted 07/16/2013 02:58:47 EDT
I don't know how many restaurants that would be taking this as seriously as Clover is doing. Not only do the make a fine sandwich (popovers, great coffee, and the awesome mid afternoon snacks) but th more »
Posted 07/15/2013 05:39:36 EDT
Chrissie78, Since most on-street parking in the residential neighborhoods of Boston is free, let's meter those spaces. Boston could make a fortune. Probably not, people in cars want accomodations as more »
Posted 07/07/2013 03:25:36 EDT
Too bad that the photo at the top of the article doesn't show an expansion joint, merely a pavement seam and one in not hat bad of shape. The expansion joints typically found at the ends of bridges, more »
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