We need to grow hands-on talent and committed executive leadership in transportation agencies across the state and that means putting the money in place to retain them.
As we seek to expand and improve transit services, we need to keep ridership in mind. Of course, this makes economic sense, but it also makes environmental sense — mass transit vehicles are large and require a lot of energy for propulsion.
MassDOT just released an in-depth study of traffic congestion in Massachusetts. While the report offers no quick fixes, it adds urgency to many ongoing projects and discussions.
Links to information about transportation studies which are ongoing or have recently completed in Allston and Brighton.
This post is a collection of notes on how to understand the transportation bond bill and capital spending plans.
MassDOT will hold a public information meeting on September 3rd, 2019, regarding the closure of the I-90 Westbound Clarendon Street on-ramp.