In my view, we need to send the team back to define higher yield options than those currently on the table. The options on the table are actually not efficient from an environmental or economic perspective.
Is now the time to sharply cut transit fares in Massachusetts? T fares have risen much faster than inflation, more than doubling since 2003.
A closer look at recently-reported traffic numbers offers hope that feasible expansions of rail service can make a real difference in rush hour congestion.
Using public private partnerships, Toronto has achieved a stunning rate of investment in all forms of transit improvement and expansion.
Today, the legislature’s Education Committee released the Student Opportunity Act, a very significant education reform bill.
MBTA management today released the results of their investigation of the causes of the Red Line derailment in June.