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Back Bay/ Fenway/ Longwood Medical Area Transportation Studies

Senator Brownsberger, along with legislative colleagues and neighborhood associations, submitted a letter to Chairman David Mohler of the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (Boston MPO) requesting a transportation study be conducted by the Central Transportation Planning Staff. This study would have included an assessment

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Letter to Secretary Davey regarding Green Line concerns

Senator Brownsberger, along with colleagues in the State Senate and House of Representatives, sent a joint letter (Green Line Letter to Secretary Davey 03.28.13) to Secretary Davey outlining concerns about the Green Line.  Much of the content of this letter was

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Video on budget developments

Will talks about the budget and taxes with Mike Widmer, President of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation (video).

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Two great events on the MBTA coming up!

The Kennedy School is holding two meetings on transportation issues. They both look very worthwhile.

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A Bold and Responsible Transportation Plan

The Governor released his transportation plan today.  He held the release in a large hall at UMass Boston and it was packed.   The level of  interest reflects a recognition of the significance of the plan. Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey

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You are Invited to a January 17th Public Information Meeting on Green Line Capacity Issues & Solutions


The Green Line meeting has already happened — click here to see the photos! But it’s not too late to . . . Share your thoughts online! Elected officials have organized a Public Information Meeting on Green Line Capacity Issues &

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