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Transforming the Green Line
MBTA engineers have developed a transformational vision for the Green Line. Even more exciting, they have set in motion a convincing program for attaining that vision.
Better Bus Project
From MassDOT: The MBTA is pleased to introduce the Better Bus Project. Nearly 450,000 people in 50 communities rely on MBTA bus service every weekday. The goal of the Better …
Future of the MBTA
For those who care about the future of public transit, the MBTA’s 2040 planning process is an important one to watch and participate in.
T putting up digital ads around Common
In the Globe today: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/02/07/history-fight-wants-put-digital-billboards-around-boston-common/1zRWY93RKV1p73tUNkOC4M/story.html Honestly this is a good idea. I think the preservationists are being a bit extreme on this one. The “billboards” would be the size of …
A Transit Disappointment
MassDOT has formally revealed its intention to delay construction of the new West Station in Allston, frustrating hopes for the rapid introduction of additional commuting options from congested Allston, Brighton and Brookline and further lowering expectations for transformational new urban rail service.