The newest Hubway station on Beacon Hill is at Charles Circle, just off Charles Street.
Hubway Bikeshare System
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
It's summertime in Boston. Here are some of the things I love right now about living in the city.
Living in the city can often lead to feelings of anxiety, stress, and grumpiness, especially during the dog days of August. Therefore, I thought I’d be the optimist for once and mention several of the things that are making me happy right now (well, mostly), courtesy of Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the good people at City Hall. Food trucks – There are now fifteen food truckslocated around the city. Food trucks serve hot, tasty food similar in quality to what you'd find at any two/three-star restaurant in Boston; in other words, these are definitely not glorified ice cream trucks. I've seen five or six of the trucks located around the city and they often seem to gather a good-sized crowd. The Kick-*ss Cupcakes truck was on Boylston …
Friday, July 29, 2011
Bikes are ready to be rented at 40 stations across the city with more to come.
Bike sharing has officially come to Boston. On Thursday, Mayor Thomas Menino was joined by Senator John Kerry at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the project, part of the nationally-recognized Boston Bikes program. “This is a great day for Boston,” Menino said. “Over the past four years, we have taken great strides toward making Boston a city that welcomes and encourages bicycling but this innovative system is the most significant step yet." South End residents will have multiple options for renting the silver bicycles, which are easily adjustable and come equipped with a handlebar basket. Stations have already been set up outside the South End Branch Library, along Mass Ave near the Boston Medical Center and at the intersection of Washington…