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A road-by-road approach to two-wheeled infrastructure changes with the city’s comprehensive Bicycle Network Plan. Come see it Thursday.
City officials welcomed the data-driven Bridj bus service, calling it a wave of the future that will get traffic off clogged streets and help maintain high standards at the MBTA.
For the second year in a row, the Hubway bike rental system will stay available to riders throughout winter at almost all Cambridge stations. Riders in Somerville won’t have the option.
What might be called the catastrophic success of development in the Alewife area makes it the place to start a citywide planning process, city managers told the City Council.
Cambridge’s Oaktree Development was honored for its development of 30 Haven, a 53-unit, mixed-income urban infill project in Reading.
Those who want to keep our Massachusetts roads and bridges safe for moving people and goods will vote no on Question 1, leaving a tax provision in place.
The city is looking for people interested in transportation infrastructure, education and safety to apply to be members of its Bicycle or Pedestrian committees.
Incredibly in 2014, Cambridge taxies aren’t required to take credit cards – but they soon may be. Will it be too late to save Cambridge cabs?
A plan to give more power to the City Council over large projects in two city neighborhoods died Monday in a 5-3 vote.