Is now the time to sharply cut transit fares in Massachusetts? T fares have risen much faster than inflation, more than doubling since 2003.
Using public private partnerships, Toronto has achieved a stunning rate of investment in all forms of transit improvement and expansion.
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.
This post is a collection of notes on how to understand the transportation bond bill and capital spending plans.
At a meeting in Framingham last night, Senate President Spilka sent MassDOT a message that should be very much appreciated by the inner core commuters that I represent.
Federal law severely limits Massachusetts’ ability to expand tolling, but the door may be open to congestion pricing.