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There are 3 comments on New Ghost Bike, and Finished Bike Lanes, Honor BU Student Killed in 2012 Crash

  1. This is a wonderful tribute to Christopher. I remember well how shocked the whole campus was when the accident occurred. The bike lane initiative is a great one. Bicyclists still need to remember that they’re in Boston, where “Boston drivers” still abound. They’re slowly becoming accustomed to the bike lanes, but they still have a way to go.

  2. I use these protected bike lanes at BU almost every day and was unaware of the tragedy that prompted their construction. I am so sorry for Christopher’s loved ones, he sounds like a lovely person and his photography was beautiful. Thank you to his family and the advocates for ensuring that the protected lanes were built- they are used constantly. I will think of Christopher on my rides.

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