Week of May 2: Brattle St bike lanes, Cambridge St vision

Tuesday May 3rd at 6PM: First Brattle St public meeting

Cambridge city staff are hosting the first online meeting about the upcoming protected bike lane safety project on Brattle St, from Mason St to Mt Auburn St.:

Map showing the length of Brattle St, with the section from Mason St to Mt Auburn St highlighted in blue. This is the section that will be discussed at the May 3 meeting.

Join the Zoom webinar to:

  • Learn more about the project.
  • Show your support for protected bike lanes.
  • Share your ideas, concerns, and suggestions with city staff to help influence the design.

Details on joining the event can be found here; click the red button on the top-left to add the event to your calendar.

Friday May 6, 4-6pm, Saturday May 7, 11am-1pm: Our Cambridge St pop-up events

The City of Cambridge has been working on ideas to improve Cambridge St., covering a wide variety of areas including safer transportation. There are two in-person pop-up events, on Friday May 6th 4-6PM (Valente Library) and Saturday May 7th 11AM-1PM (Gold Star Mothers Park), where you can talk to city staff in person: More details about the events here.

Based on the last round of public meetings, they also have a new online survey seeking feedback on ideas for the future of Cambridge Street; if you live, work, or visit Cambridge St., please fill it out: https://team476392.typeform.com/cambridgest