Greater Boston’s bike community simply obtained greater.
The cities of Medford and Malden joined Bluebikes, the regional bikeshare program run by Lyft and sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, in line with an announcement Monday.
The addition means six new bikeshare stations for a community that now totals 447 stations internet hosting 4,000 bikes.
“Introducing access to Bluebikes in Medford helps further connect our city and makes biking a feasible way to reach neighborhoods and destinations in Medford and across the region,” stated Medford Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn.
The Bluebikes community now extends to a dozen communities surrounding Boston together with Arlington, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Newton, Revere, Salem, Somerville, and Watertown, together with the newly added cities of Medford and Malden.
N.H. distributor fined $140K over exports to Russia, Ukraine
A New Hampshire-based laboratory gear distributor has been fined $140,000 on 14 felony counts of failing to file export info on shipments to Russia and Ukraine between 2015 and 2019.
Intertech Trading Corporation, in Atkinson, pleaded responsible to falsely describing the character and worth of the exported gadgets on business invoices and transport kinds, the U.S. lawyer’s workplace in New Hampshire stated.
In its plea settlement filed in July, Intertech stated that it used false descriptions corresponding to “lamp for aquarium” or “spares for welding system,” somewhat than precisely figuring out the delicate scientific gear really contained within the shipments.