Second meeting — same content The next public information meeting regarding the MBTA Symphony Hall Station Project will be held August 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Symphony Plaza, 334 Mass […]
The MBTA faces an imminent legal obligation to make the Waverley Square station accessible to people with disabilities, and disability access issues face the Belmont Center station as well. We have to contemplate the possibility that we may eventually need to close at least one of Belmont’s commuter rail stations. Representative Rogers and I are committed to ensuring a transparent and public process to examine all the potential options.
I just want to pass along this video that highlights the severe danger and lack of accessibility at several major street crossings along the Paul Dudley White path on the Charles River. I hope that this is the year that we start to fix these longstanding, life-threatening problems with our parkland pathways.
I wanted to let you know that I am a long-time ride user. It is used by many people with disabilities for more than just medical appointments. It is used […]
I use a wheelchair for my mobility and I currently live in wheelchair accessible housing in Watertown square. I originally thought that it would be “easy” to wheel my own […]
If you or someone you know has accessible service needs as an MBTA customer, you may want to visit this link to Tools for Accessible Travel on the T at the MBTA […]