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Neighborhood Bike Projects

Each year, the Boston Transportation Department improves miles of its streets so that they are more bike-friendly. Below, you will find more information about recent and upcoming neighborhood projects.

The City of Boston is committed to building a complete bicycle network that will connect residents to jobs, open space, education, and local shops. Following our citywide planning efforts, Imagine Boston and Go Boston 2030, city agencies work together to plan, design, and fund major transportation projects that improve our streets for all users. These projects often include bikes lanes that are separated by curbs and/or additional buffer space from motor vehicle traffic, parked cars,  and people walking on sidewalks.

In addition, the Boston Transportation Department identifies neighborhood connections that help comple the bike network. We are able to add or improve several miles of bike routes on city streets each year.

Still have questions? Contact:
Boston Bikes
1 City Hall Square, Room 721
Boston, MA 02201


Adams St, Dorchester (Dorchester Ave to Gallivan Blvd)
Bike lanes and buffered bike lanes will run through the Lower Mills neighborhood.
Bay State Rd, Back Bay (Granby St to Beacon St)
Priority shared lane markings will be a wayfinding measure for bicyclists connecting with Boston University and the Silber Way pedestrian bridge to the Dr. Paul Dudley White Path along the Esplanade.

Berkeley St, South End (Tremont St to Columbus Ave)
Buffered bike lanes help to connect the South End and Back Bay neighborhoods.

Everett St, Allston/Brighton (N Beacon St to Western Ave)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings will be added, with climbing lanes on each approach to the bridge.

Faneuil St, Brighton (Market St to Washington St)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings connect to existing facilities on Market St and in Oak Square.

Hampden St, Roxbury (Dudley St to Melnea Cass Blvd)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings will be added.

Humboldt Ave, Roxbury (Seaver St to Walnut Ave)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings will be added to connect existing facilities on Seaver St and Walnut Ave.

Mountfort St, Fenway (Park Dr to Beacon St)
Buffered bike lanes and shared lane markings connect existing facilities at each end of the project.

Norfolk St, Dorchester (Blue Hill Ave to Talbot Ave)
Bike lanes will help people bike northeast from existing facilities on Blue Hill Ave into the heart of Codman Square. Coordinated with Vision Zero efforts in Codman Square.

Saratoga St, East Boston (Belle Isle Inlet Bridge)
Buffered bike lanes connect existing facilities on Saratoga St into Winthrop.

Stuart St, Back Bay (Dartmouth St to Arlington St)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings will be added.

Summer St, South Boston (Reserved Channel Bridge)
Bike lanes bring existing bike facilities over the bridge.

Walter St, Roslindale (South St to Centre St)
Bike lanes and shared lane markings will be added, with climbing lanes in the uphill directions.

Westland Ave, Fenway (The Fenway to Massachusetts Ave)
Bike lanes and parking-protected bike lanes connect the Fens with bike facilities on Massachusetts Ave.