Where is the South End's Worst Place for Cycling?
Which streets do you avoid on your bike? Which are you worried about while driving?
After the death of a 28-year-old cyclist near the South End this weekend, biking enthusiasts and the mayor are calling for changes to the roadway. The stretch of road has been host to three bike-related deaths in the past three years.
Boston has a blossoming bike culture, with miles of new bike lanes and trails cross-crossing the city and Hubway, the hugely successful bike-sharing program. As more bikes take to the streets, there are more opportunities for car-related accidents, especially on noarrow or fast-moving roadways.
Cyclists: Which streets in the South End worry you the most? Drivers: Are you worried about hitting cyclists on any streets in the neighborhood? Tell us about the most intersections and stretches of roadway in the comments section below.