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Can you please describe how you are planning to help educate bicyclists, walkers, runners and drivers about the new ways in which they will interact as the built environment is changed to provide a richer set of separated bicycle facilities? In particular, can you tell us about the lessons that were learned in such cities as Copenhagen and Amsterdam as they made a similar transition several decades ago?

WalkBoston question asked at #BostonBikeUpdate – March 31, 2014 

Nicole Freedman from Boston Bikes’ summarized response: Will soon be working with two volunteers from Mullen to help with that process. There’s a need for all of us to be more responsible in order to have pedestrians & cyclists be supportive of each other and make streets safer for everyone. That makes the process of asking for more changes easier if the everyday interactions are less confrontational.