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In order to increase the proportion of non-polluting, human-powered vehicles in the transportation mix, the issues which prevent people from using bicycles must be addressed. The danger of street traffic is often cited as a primary reason for the development of off-road routes or bikepaths, but just as importantly, we need to develop alternative routes which go all the places cars can go.

One of the skills which bicyclists develop is the ability to select from a multiplicity of routes to get where they need to go. A network of bicycle routes, lanes, and paths is growing which can connect cyclists and their destinations to make bicycling a more desirable transportation option. An advantage of the bicycle is that the road system can be used to bridge uncompleted portions of the network, so there is no need to wait until the system is "complete".

Check out the latest bike path and bike lane snow plowing reports

Here are upcoming rides and events:
  • Saturday, April 4, 2015: Spring along the Neponset River
    Meet at the parking lot at Pauls's Bridge off Brush Hill Rd. in Milton at 10:00 am for a ride down the Neponset River and along Boston Harbor to Castle Island and back on existing and future trails with Jessica Mink of the Neponset River Greenway Council and the Boston Natural Areas Network.
    Postponed two weeks from March 21, 2015

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