Today is Election Day in Massachusetts, when Massachusetts voters will pick a new Governor, their representatives in the State House (and in Washington), and four statewide referendums. While most of these races are not nail-biters, these elected officials will decide the fate of critical state and federal legislation for the next two years – including […]
This November, Massachusetts voters will decide whether to keep or repeal a new law that supporters say make our roads safer by allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for a driver’s license. Earlier this summer, the Work and Family Mobility Act became law after both the state Senate and House of Representatives overturned a veto from […]
Previously, anyone without access to a car who works at one of the many produce distribution facilities along Beacham and Williams Streets had no choice but to walk or ride a bike down what seemed like no man's land; a road with fading markings, no separation from traffic, and asphalt that blended into uneven dirt shoulders.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, we’re kicking off a short series highlighting the work by Latinas, Latinos and Latines working in various areas of the transportation field in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Starting us off is MBTA’s Project Manager in the Capital Delivery Department, Jaime Garmendia, who got his start with the transit agency […]