Tracking Boston’s growing obsession with pedal power

In 2014, it’s how we’ll roll.


Boston has 82 miles of bike lanes, according to Nicole Freedman, director of the city’s Boston Bikes office, and new lanes on Marginal Street in East Boston, Western Avenue in Allston and Brighton, and Tremont/Francis Street in Mission Hill are in the works. In an average year, 15 to 20 miles of lanes are added, so “if we have a very good year, we’ll hit our hundredth mile.” But that’s not all that’s coming down the road on two wheels. To view the graphic, click here.

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