Politically-connected marketing firm wanted to get people “excited to take the T again.” An official replied, "I am not sure people are ‘excited’ to take the T."
Just because the T is super old doesn’t mean it used to be safe, reliable, or a legislative priority
A consulting firm led by the son of Gov. Charlie Baker’s 2018 reelection campaign chairman is getting $5.5 million to “humanize the brand” of the MBTA as it embarks on a massive capital projects plan—and deals with bad publicity on a near-daily basis.
To get from one place to another in Boston, many commuters use the public transit system for commuter rail, subway, and bus route services. However, the tracks and lanes that are supposed to connect residents from their homes to their jobs and other destinations can have the opposite effect, stranding us and pushing people farther away from the city and essential services.
A public conversation about transit infrastructure
A visual essay on public transportation infrastructure and priorities in Greater Boston
This time out, a look at the public transportation crisis.
Despite repeated outsourcing failures, MBTA eyes privatization of core services
Mass AG shows just how useless public info laws are, but change is possible