In 2015, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation initiated a $500,000 study to improve safety on its park roadways. But the study was never published, and six years later, the agency is stonewalling efforts to find out what happened.
At Monday’s MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board meeting, T officials revealed that they had discovered another significant mechanical issue on the MBTA’s new Orange and Red Line trains, and that the new vehicles will remain out of service until mid-June. The T is continuing to investigate a March 16 incident in which one the […]
The WRTA's higher levels of transit ridership, relative to other peer cities, suggest that its fare-free policies may be especially helpful to frontline workers whose travel decisions are more sensitive to fare costs.