The FY21 supplemental budget, which was passed last month, establishes a new seven-member Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Board of Directors. The Board of Directors will replace the Fiscal and Management Control Board, which officially dissolved at the end of June.
Click here to read this week’s piece from WBUR about the growing movement to cut fares on parts of the MBTA, featuring a quote from Senator Brownsberger.
55 bus service will return on Sunday, June 20.
An examination of public transportation ridership during the 1918 Flu Pandemic.
I recently sat down with senior bus operations managers at the MBTA to get an update on their efforts to keep service properly spaced.
After reliability, the next priority has to be supporting mode-shift. We need to get people out of cars into commuter trains, capturing trips that people are already making.