“They’re trying to purchase the entire political establishment … They’re trying to flood the whole apparatus.”
Unfare? Transit Advocates Question Costly MBTA Study To Determine New Fare Structures
Under lame-duck Baker, agencies “still not asking questions like ones we might ask—they're making an assumption that fares will continue to be a large portion of revenue.”
Opinion: It’s Time for Massachusetts to Get Real About Investing in Public Transportation
Inflation, economic instability, and the climate crisis affect all areas of the Commonwealth and require statewide solutions. One of the most effective solutions to address all three of these issues is one often missing from policymaker proposals: meaningful and equitable investments in public transportation.
INBOX: “BTD Announces Launch of New Version of ParkBoston App”
"New app will make it easier for drivers to pay and find parking in more than 7,000 metered spots across the City"
MAYORS SPEAK IN SUPPORT OF DRIVER’S LICENSE BILL
The legislation would help to advance immigrant rights
HOW DOES THE FARE COLLECTION SYSTEM AT THE GLX WORK?
Pols raise concerns about the temporary design at the new stations
THE GREEN LINE EXTENSION: TRANSFORMING TRANSPORTATION OR CAUSING DISPLACEMENT?
New transit arrives in Somerville, met with a mixed bag of emotions
MBTA AND KEOLIS TAKE SAFETY STEPS IN WILMINGTON
This works comes in the aftermath of a deadly accident near the North Wilmington Station
TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT GRANT RAISED ISSUES OF EQUITY
The Somerville City Council voted to not approve the award
LAUNCH OF TWO-YEAR, FARE-FREE PROGRAM FOR MBTA BUS ROUTES
Routes 23, 28, and 29 will be included