Ever wonder how fast people really travel on Cambridge streets? Now you can find out, thanks to a map of over 600 speed studies conducted by TP&T.
The new Eco-Totem on Broadway near Kendall Square will track and display daily and cumulative counts of bicyclists. Check out the live data, or learn more about the totem!
Only about a third of Cambridge residents drive alone to work (blue). More than half walk (light blue), transit (green), and bike (violet).
Traffic and parking will be impacted in and around Harvard Square on Sunday, Oct. 11, from 7 a.m.-7p.m., due to Oktoberfest and the Honk Parade. The HONK! Parade starts in Davis Square at 12 p.m. and is estimated to arrive in Harvard Square at approximately 1:30 p.m. The route begins on Day St, to Elm St to Beach St, then onto Mass Ave toward Harvard Square.
A new bicycle feature called a Two-Stage Left Turn will make left turns easier on busy, multi-lane streets.
Payments at parking meters or pay stations are not required on Massachusetts State Holidays.
While the Main Library is closed for renovations August 17-23, its parking garage will also be unavailable.
From Friday, August 7 through Sunday, August 9, there will be road closures in the area surrounding Western Avenue to allow for a large repaving project.
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