New BPL Exhibit Showcases A History of Boston Through Its Transit Maps
"A lot of these historic maps illuminate modern-day mobility issues," says Garrett Dash Nelson, the President and Head Curator of the Leventhal Map and Education Center. "We want people to think, this isn't just about the past, but about building a more inclusive transit system for the future."
Poll: Free Fares Could Rival Reliable Service For Attracting New Riders To the T
57 percent of the poll's respondents said that making the T free to ride would make them more likely to use transit; 37 percent said that fare-free service would make them "much more likely" to ride.
Sec. Tibbits-Nutt Spotlights Climate Issues In First Meeting As MassDOT Board Chair
"We all know that we're one of the filthiest industries, and we have a lot of work to do," said the Commonwealth's new Secretary of Transportation.
In Hadley, MassDOT, DCR Shut Down Norwottuck Trail With No Viable Detours
The Norwottock Rail Trail is the only ADA-accessible route across the Town of Hadley, and hundreds of people use it on a daily basis.
Driver Kills 86-Year-Old Man in Quincy
It's the second fatal crash to occur at the multi-lane intersection of McGrath Highway and Southern Artery within the past year.
MassDOT Analysis: Commutes Are Faster For Everyone After Buses Got Their Own Lane On Tobin Bridge
Taking away a lane for cars to create a dedicated bus lane made for faster commutes for everyone, thanks to faster, more reliable service on one of the region's busiest bus routes.