Boston Mayor Wu Rode Her Bike To City Hall For National Bike To Work Day

Photo: WBZ NewsRadio \ Shari Small

BOSTON (WBZ News Radio) — Crowds of bicyclists gathered at City Hall Plaza for Boston's National Bike to Work Day Festival on Friday.

The day is meant to encourage people to bike to work and celebrate those who choose to bike to work around the city.

Mayor Michelle Wu said has seen improvements the city has made for bikers on the road first-hand.

"The infrastructure chances that have been highlighted, starting to be put in place in change and so whether it was bumpy parts of the southwest corridor that are now smoothed over or signal changes, I like to look for those little things we can fix right away," Mayor Wu said.

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Mayor Michelle Wu rode her bike to City Hall on Friday morning in support of the festival.

"It was great, I have done this ride many times with many of the same friends and neighbors," one participant told WBZ's Shari Small.

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