The Central Transportation Planning Staff has recently produced a comparative study of traffic mitigation efforts associated with some of the major developments in the Boston Region.
I frequently get asked questions about the relative count of buses on the routes 71 and 73. Often riders on one line suspect that riders on the other are getting better service.
The struggle to provide an adequate supply of affordable housing is deeply interwined with the larger struggle to reduce inequality. I will work with my colleagues towards the goal of delivering meaningful housing reforms in the coming session.
I believe that we now a have a plan that will serve us well for a century to come.
Helpful presentation from the T on what to expect when in the way of capacity and reliability improvements. Bottom line: Improvement will be steady and will reach their maximum level around 2025.
Thousands of commuters on Mount Auburn Street and on Fresh Pond Parkway had a very rough ten days starting on Monday, November 5. But the problems appear to have been finally fixed.