Bicycle commuting is taking off all across the country, especially here in Boston. Within just the past few years, the city's streets have been transformed. According to the Boston Globe, Hubway, and the League of American Bicyclists:
Boston now has over 64 miles of bike lanes. In 2007, we had 200 yards.
Hubway now operates 140 stations. Overall, Hubway users have ridden over 1.7 million miles since its introduction.
Between 1990 and 2011, bicycle commuting increased in the city by 98% (and continues to grow each year).
Additionally, the city plans on building an additional 356 miles of bike lanes in the next 30 years.
Hubway is releasing a new one-of-a-kind bicycle, and they're holding a vote on the design. (It ends toda