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Bike safety efforts pick up pace in city

Mayor Menino and Nicole Freedman, of Boston Bikes. Mayor Menino and Nicole Freedman, of Boston Bikes. (The Boston Globe/File)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / April 25, 2010

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No one would mistake Transportation Secretary Jeffrey B. Mullan for a fixed-gear hipster, spandex-clad racer, socks-over-pants commuter, or other full-time denizen of the cycling world. He rides infrequently enough that the facilities staff at the State Transportation Building recently confiscated his 1980s model Peugeot from the building’s bike room, thinking the bicycle had been abandoned. (Full article: 1337 words)

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