Melrose Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee
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- May 5 POSTPONED – Cinco de Mayo Bike Ride
- Mar 19 & 27 – New bike routes discussions
- Calling all Ped-Bike Parents and Caretakers!
- Bike Share Program
- Ten Days with Lime Bike
- Melrose High School/Middle School Campus Bicycle and Pedestrian Accessibility Project
- Complete Streets Coming to Melrose
- Bike to the Sea, June 12
- Walk Bike to School Day, Oct. 7 – Why Walk or Bike?
- Last Melrose to Boston Bike Commute – August 28
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This ride will be rescheduled… Stayed tuned!
This blogpost was copied from Mayor Infurna’s blog post Mar 14, 2019 with edits. The City of Melrose has received a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Complete Streets Program to implement two bike routes connecting the northern … Continue reading
Do you walk or bike to school with your kids? Got ideas to make the trip SAFER? The Melrose Ped Bike Advisory Committee is organizing a subcommittee to study and propose improvements to the streets, sidewalks and intersections that lead to our … Continue reading
At the Ped/Bike December monthly committee meeting, The City of Melrose Planning Department, Denise Gaffey and Emma Schnur, shared their data with the Ped/Bike Advisory Committee on the LimeBike pilot program that began in Melrose October 2018, and is currently … Continue reading
Residents give bike share a spin, Alanna Nelson writes in the Patch her experience using the new LimeBike recently scatter around Melrose for short trips into Melrose center. Make sure that you leave the bike in an area that doesn’t … Continue reading
The Middle School and High School were identified by the Melrose Pedestrian and Bicycle committee as a particularly difficult area for traffic. The Ped/Bike teamed up with MassInMotion, WatsonActive, and WalkBoston to find solutions. This report is the result of … Continue reading