More thumbtacks have been found scattered across a bike lane in Newton, the Globe reports.
“It’s no accident,” [Newton police Lieutenant Bruce] Apotheker said. “Someone’s definitely putting them on the surface of the road.”
He said police have stepped up patrols in the area and are
Jeff Speck recently presented his vision for the Washington Street corridor to the Newton-Needham Chamber, building upon the recent plan for West Newton Square, extending through Newtonville towards Newton Corner. The main theme is a road diet. By eliminating underutilized roadway, Newton could create a far more attractive streetscape, open up new opportunities for recreation, transportation safety improvements, public transit, and yes, development.
A road diet might even improve traffic conditions, channelling traffic and eliminating conflicts that come with vehicles changing lanes. A two-way cycle track along the pike could provide top-notch bicycle facilities The idea of a road diet and cycle track along the pike is not new; it has been the subject of previous studies and TAG has been pitching it for several years now. With
Korff’s guy says the bike lane will come out if the $700,000 for Newtonville. and Newtonville doesn’t want bike lanes.— NewtonVillagesAll (@NewtonVillages) May 31, 2017
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