Belmont Light is currently offering a limited number of home weatherization and heat pump savings opportunities on a first-come, first-served basis. Here is more information on obtaining $1,500 worth of weatherization products and services for a co-pay of just $299.
This BNN News interview with Senator Brownsberger and Erik Stoothoff, Chief Engineer of MBTA Design and Construction, looks at the planned improvements to the Commonwealth Avenue Green Line proposed by the MBTA to consolidate four B branch stops: BU West, St. Paul, Babcock, and Pleasant, down to two new accessible stops to help reduce travel times and improve safety.
There is a great project underway on the Watertown Riverfront. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) sent this progress report.
As the saga of the Silver Maple Forest winds to a sad end, the question recurs: What will the state do to help save the forest? Despite many attempts on my part, and on the parts of other concerned parties, the discouraging short summary appears to be: nothing.
The MBTA will be conducting work over the next two weekends that will disrupt Green Line service and road traffic on Commonwealth Avenue.
The MBTA announced today that real time tracking information is now available for Green Line trains. In Phase I of this highly anticipated project, users will be able to track above ground train locations in real time. As this press release explains, more features are forthcoming in future phases.