Tag: Hubway Stations

  • Hubway “Occupy Boston” to the tune of 100,000 riders!

    After a phone interview yesterday with Worcester Magazine about the NuRide (www.nuride.com)program and the future/potential for change in the “bike-friendliness” of Worcester, I saw this and have to feel good.  Every step that Boston takes toward 100% bike-friendly status, the closer and easier it is for Worcester.  Not to mention the fact that I’ve been […]

  • Put The Fun Between Your Legs

      “Tom Cote, Northeastern’s director of residence safety and security, worked closely with city officials to ensure University’s involvement in the program, which he called a “win-win situation” for Northeastern and its entire community.  Cote said the program builds upon the growing interest among students, faculty and staff for increased bicycling options around campus, and […]

  • Hubway Stations: Good or Bad?

    This was my initial reaction to my first bike sharing rack in Boston by South Station. In the hustle and bustle of all the commuters scurrying to catch their rides, I could have easily walked right by and never even noticed it. I can’t decide if this is a good or bad thing, but my […]