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Forum Post: Closing Storrow Drive on Sundays?
Posted 01/07/2008 03:13:18 EST
It's definitely a bit confusing. I think bicycles are the only human powered devices that are considered a vehicle in Boston. My understanding has always been that bicycling on the sidewalk is illegal more »
Posted 01/07/2008 02:08:54 EST
From the City of Boston Traffic Rules and Regulations http://www.cityofboston.gov/transportation/pdfs/rules.pdf From page 3: Vehicle. Every device in, upon, or by which any person or property is or ma more »
Posted 01/07/2008 02:00:16 EST
Absolutely, when you live in the city, you will occasionally be inconvenienced by road closures and other events. There is limited public space, and sometimes space normally dedicated to cars is tempo more »
Posted 01/03/2008 08:21:07 EST
Most first-class cities have many spaces for people, not cars, such as pedestrianized streets and time-based road closures to allow for recreation. Most cities that people admire are not that easy to more »
Posted 01/02/2008 05:04:46 EST
My understanding is that the parks deparment allows parking along Storrow during Hatch Shell events in order to provide a physical barrier between the traffic and the concert-goers. This protects the more »
Posted 01/02/2008 03:02:14 EST
The paths along the river get quite crowded on weekends, and they are never really that safe for bicyclists/inline skaters/etc who want to go at a decent pace. I think this is a great idea. Outbound t more »
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