Monthly Archives: June 2010

Five Steps To Make GreenDOT Real: From Promise to Impact on Transportation and Climate

TweetWith GreenDot, Massachusetts has placed itself among the national leaders on climate-protecting, sustainable, healthy transportation.  And the challenges MassDOT has to deal with as it moves from general policies to effective action under fiscal constraint will create a path that … Continue reading

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Short Takes II: Improving Intersection Safety; Defining Lanes; Bus Prioritization

TweetSome more thoughts about how to make it safer for cyclists to get through intersections, how we walk/ride on paths, and how to speed bus traffic through congested streets. IMPROVING INTERSECTION SAFETY — Let Bikes Go When an Early Walk … Continue reading

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Short Takes: Baby Strollers & Bikes on the T; Helmets & Impact; Walk Signals; Car Lights

Tweet BABY STROLLERS and BIKES on the T The MBTA has come a long way in allowing bikes on the subway, commuter trains, and busses.  But there are still limits, especially during rush hour.  Which is why, when I got … Continue reading

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