Light Lane, Product Innovation
When I told Alex Tee that I spent two years cycling around San Francisco before moving to Massachusetts, he asked, “Why did you leave?” Like any other avid cyclist, Tee, a mechanical engineer at the product innovation firm, Altitude Inc., knows that Boston’s streets are some of the meanest around. Boston’s drivers, for example, seem unable to turn their heads when making lane changes. And most of the self-propelled commuters and messengers I know can speak of being “doored” by an oblivious driver as he emerges from his parked “death monster” SUV.
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