If we could electrify most vehicles and then make all power sources on the grid carbon neutral, we would make the transportation sector (airplanes aside) carbon neutral and much cleaner. How soon could that happen?
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.
$10 summer weekend fare, valid for unlimited travel through all zones on Saturdays and Sundays, beginning June 9, 2018.
Loving the new station – service to downtown is so much quicker and will only get better when they add more options to catch the train. My question is about the bus service to the area. The only line that is convenient to the Station is the 64 bus, which does not come by that […]
Commuters and transit advocates have hoped for many years that we could create a new kind of subway-like “urban rail” service that would offer new rapid connections to and within Boston. It seems clear now that there are a host of reasons why new urban rail may be very difficult to implement.
Last fall Keolis and the MBTA announced new Commuter Rail schedules but delayed implementation – those schedules were rolled out with limited notice and limited public input. Secretary Pollack postponed the rollout to this spring after some public input. The MBTA rereleased the new schedules, with some changes in response to the feedback received, which will go into effect on […]