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    Koeun Neak comes from an illustration and painting background, but graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA in film/video production. Before BU, Koeun worked at a video production company, where he filmed and edited videos for corporate, nonprofit, and academic clients across North America. Then he went on to win state and national awards for documentaries he produced at a local TV station north of Boston. Profile

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There are 4 comments on Video: Navigating Comm Ave

  1. How about making it safer between the BU Bridge and Kenmore? It’s a dangerous speedway and a bloated traffic sewer. Make it one lane each direction. Yesterday a black Mercedes accelerated to a very high rate of speed weaving between lanes inbound near pavement coffee. Someone is going to be killed because BU tolerates this unsafe and unnecessary speedway. Where is our university leadership?

    1. Nathan, it’s a city street, not a BU street. BU does not control the speed limit, or the traffic flow. I don’t disagree it’s dangerous, but it’s a big thoroughfare in a big city. It’s incumbent on pedestrians to be careful and look before they walk.

  2. How does a self-sufficient person in a wheelchair go down Comm. Ave?
    Surely the T, BU Shuttle, bus or a bicycle might not be a first choice. Perhaps we need a pedestrian tunnel to get over the Mass Pike and under the road leading to the BU Bridge?
    This is just one of the ways we can make the campus more handicap accessible.

    Also, cyclists, please don’t go down the cycle lanes the wrong way.

    May you live another day.

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