Medical release of prisoners who are so debilitated that they pose no public safety risk is humane and will save money.
The Massachusetts State Senate voted Thursday, June 28 to pass legislation that aims to create safer streets for all road users.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is hosting two Public Meetings for the Commonwealth Ave Bridge Replacement Project, on July 17 and 18.
MassDOT’s study of how to use our rail assets to provide better service is fully underway with completion targeted for the end of 2019.
Senator Brownsberger is working closely with the Community Path Implementation Advisory Committee to secure funding from the state for its construction through the Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Improvement Program.
The Senate Committee on Ways and Means has reported a new draft of An Act to reduce traffic fatalities, which will be debated later this week. This bill was developed by several members of the legislature in collaboration with a coalition of bicycle, pedestrian and transportation advocates. The bill was redrafted slightly from the version reported from the Transportation Committee.