The MBTA’s governing board is considering a fare increase that will average 6.3% for T riders, effective July 1, 2019.
We are working on legislation to prohibit discrimination based on sexual-orientation or trans identity in higher education admissions.
The MBTA has furnished the additional information below, showing how headways (spacing between buses) will be improved under the plan.
In 2020, the Census Bureau hopes to conduct much of the census count online.
The Central Transportation Planning Staff has recently produced a comparative study of traffic mitigation efforts associated with some of the major developments in the Boston Region.
I frequently get asked questions about the relative count of buses on the routes 71 and 73. Often riders on one line suspect that riders on the other are getting better service.