VIDEO: Boston ‘Bike Czar’ Nicole Freedman Talks Bike-Share & Urban Cycling

February 10, 2010 by  
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For years, the city of Boston has been considered one of the WORST cities in the world for biking – with no bike lanes to speak of and crazy drivers. Nicole Freedman , Boston’s new ‘Bike Czar’ is hoping to change this with an ambitious program to overhaul Boston’s streets and make them safe and conducive for biking – even bringing the U.S.’s first urban bike share program to Boston! If you are a regular Inhabitat reader, you may remember that we hosted a live webinar discussion with Nicole on Inhabitat this fall, as part of our Green Talks series of video interviews . Our fascinating discussion with Freedman shed light on how urban bike share programs work, and how one goes about trying to turn the worst biking city in the world to one of the best.

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VIDEO: Boston ‘Bike Czar’ Nicole Freedman Talks Bike-Share & Urban Cycling

BIG’s Bubbly Cloudscape for PS1 Can Be Recycled as Messenger Bags

February 10, 2010 by  
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New York ’s P.S.1 gallery is gearing up for it’s annual Warm Up music festival with a competition to select the outdoor pavilion design that will be the icing on a cake filled with art, tunes and great company. While they did not win this year, BIG Architects definitely brought their A-game.

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BIG’s Bubbly Cloudscape for PS1 Can Be Recycled as Messenger Bags

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