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Baker rebuffs latest congestion pricing plan, SHNS/CHNI, August 19, 2022

Advocates urge MBTA to suspend fares during shutdowns, SHNS/CHNI, August 18, 2022

MBTA tells riders to take the bus, commuter rail or work from home during Orange Line shutdown, Boston Herald, August 3, 2022

Baker announces 30-day Orange Line shutdown , Commonwealth, August 3, 2022

‘We Deserve More:' Local Officials React to MBTA's Orange Line Shutdown Plan, Boston News 10, August 3, 2022

More tolls? Congestion pricing? Mass. lawmakers set to launch study on new road fees, Boston Globe, July 24, 2022

Editorial: State looking to curb reckless roadway conduct, The Lowell Sun, July 22, 2022

Mass. gov. calls MBTA Orange Line incident 'colossal failure', WCVB5, July 22, 2022

Low-income fare for T riders could bring much-needed relief to poor squeezed by inflation, Boston Globe, July 15, 2022

Mass. Senate Revives Low-Income Fare Legislation, StreetsblogMASS, July 15, 2022

MA Senate Passes Amendment to Create or Allow Low Income Fare Programs for Public Transit, Franklin Matters, July 14, 2022

Massachusetts Legislature to conduct MBTA safety oversight hearing, Boston Herald, July 7, 2022

Poll: Mass. residents favor fare-free buses, clean transit, State House News Service/Boston 7 News, June 23, 2022

Staffing Shortages Lead to Longer Wait Times at MBTA Stations, NECN, June 19, 2022

MBTA to cut weekday trains on three major lines, Boston Business Journal, June 17, 2022

Federal transit officials leave door open for permanent MBTA oversight, Boston Herald, June 16, 2022

State transportation leaders confident in MBTA leader Steve Poftak amid federal safety review, Boston Globe, May 30, 2022

Family demands answers in death of man dragged by Red Line train, Boston.com, April 12, 2022

Senate plan pours $250M into decarbonization movement, State House News Service/WWLP, April 8, 2022

MBTA releases first five-year spending plan since pandemic began totaling $9.4B, Boston Globe, March 24, 2022

MBTA introduces new changes to fare system, Daily Free Press, March 17, 2022

Cheap fares, trains to more suburbs: This is what the MBTA was supposed to look like, Boston Globe, March 14, 2022

Workers Returning to Boston, Rising Gas Prices Could Bring Rebound to MBTA Ridership, NBC Boston, March 11, 2022

Crighton appointed Senate chair of Joint Committee on Transportation, Wicked Local, February 22, 2022

New study touts pilot-to-permanent bus programs in Everett, Cambridge/Watertown, EverettBoston Herald, February 8, 2022

Report: The T could lose more than $30 million under new fare systemBoston.com, January 24, 2022

Poll finds strong support for discounted or free public transit in Massachusetts, Boston Herald, January 13, 2022

‘People are driving recklessly’: More than 400 people died on Massachusetts roads last year, a 19% spike from 2020, Boston Herald, January 8, 2022

Climate pact collapse sets back clean energy goalsThe Eagle Tribune, December 19, 2021

Support for North Adams-to-Boston rail service is clear. But, Rep. Barrett asks: Does the study need to take 18 months?Berkshire Eagle, December 16, 2021

Motorists return to a snail’s paceSentinel and Enterprise, December 9, 2021

MBTA Service Cuts: These Changes Are Coming to the Winter ScheduleNBC Boston, December 9, 2021

Boston is 4th most congested city in the U.S., drivers lost 78 hours sitting in trafficBoston Herald, December 7, 2021

Boston traffic almost back to pre-pandemic levels, just in time for the holidaysWBUR, November 24, 2021


Baker drops out of TCI, admitting initiative ‘no longer best solution’ for state, Sentinel and Enterprise, November 19, 2021

MA and CT Governors Drop Push for TCI, McKee Is Last Gov Supporting Initiative, GoLocalPro, November 18, 2021

Massachusetts could get up to $10 billion from federal infrastructure billBoston Herald, November 15, 2021

New MBTA Board of Directors inherits host of challengesBoston Herald, October 30, 2021

New York Should Have A Congestion ChargeThe American Conservative, October 29, 2021

As e-bikes soar in popularity, a proposed Massachusetts law would clarify how and where they can be usedBerkshire Eagle, October 21, 2021

State-level carbon tax climate agreement 'having a hard time getting off the ground'Fox News, October 13, 2021

Baker names slate of MBTA board membersWBUR, October 7, 2021

After public pressure, accidents, Charlie Baker appoints MBTA Board of Directors, Boston Herald, October 7, 2021

Senate report may inform big spending decisionsState House News Service, October 5, 2021

Advocates call on Beacon Hill to make MBTA safer, Boston Herald, September 30, 2021

Advocates For More T Funding And Oversight Rally On Beacon HillWBUR, September 30, 2021

Charlie Baker defends MBTA’s record despite T derailments, injuriesBoston Herald, September 29, 2021

Still no MBTA board as Baker moves slower than expected on appointmentsBoston Globe, September 20, 2021

Five steps toward a better bike strategyCommonWealth, September 18, 2021

Wu, Essaibi-George clash on MBTA ‘fiscal calamity’ heading inboundBoston Herald, September 16, 2021

Upcoming federal infrastructure funds must storm-proof T system, Markey says, Boston Globe, September 7, 2021

On the T’s Green Line, another serious crash and questions about the lack of safety technologyBoston Globe, August 15, 2021

Gov. urged to sign bill creating new MBTA oversight boardChelsea Record, July 29, 2021

‘Hell on wheels’: Experts predict a tough commute when most offices reopen this fall, Boston.com, July 21, 2021

With some MBTA riders switching to cars and hybrid work on the table, expect your Boston commute to changeBoston Globe, July 18, 2021

For South Shore commuter buses, a slow roll back, Boston Globe, July 15, 2021

Boston and Cambridge could see major changes as some workers never return, McKinsey report says, Boston Globe, July 13, 2021

Pre-tax transit benefit framed as congestion busterWHDH/State House News Service, July 13, 2021

Growing traffic highlights transit needs, The Eagle-Tribune, July 3, 2021

Senate Leaders Offer Plan for New MBTA Oversight Board, Banker & Tradesman, June 22, 2021

Rethinking Commuting, The American Prospect, June 18, 2021

Why You Should Care About Low MBTA Ridership Even If You Don’t Take The T, WGBH, June 17, 2021

Bloomberg Baystate Business: Masks and Traffic, Bloomberg Business Radio, June 1, 2021

Boston’s ‘soul-crushing’ traffic creeping back after pandemic dip , Boston Herald, May 31, 2021

Boston Public Radio, WGBH, May 26, 2021

Local advocate joins Markey for reintroduction of passenger rail bill, Berkshire Eagle, May 6, 2021

Sen. Ed Markey, Rep. Jim McGovern reintroduce $5 billion annual investment in passenger rail that could boost Massachusetts service, East-West rail, MassLive, May 5, 2021

Markey, McGovern: Train bill could connect Worcester with Western Mass., boost economy, Worcester Telegram, May 5, 2021

What Biden’s infrastructure plan can mean for Belmont, Belmont Citizen-Herald, May 3, 2021

Chris Dempsey and Jim Aloisi on Boston Public Radio, WGBH, April 20, 2021

Big dreams for transit need a dose of reality, Boston Globe, April 9, 2021

Report outlines ways Massachusetts could transform state transportation infrastructure, Transportation Today, April 6, 2021

Acting Mayor Kim Janey is running for mayor — in these iconic sneakers, Boston.com, April 7, 2021

MA Advocates for Public Transit Praise Biden Infrastructure Plan , Public News Service, April 5, 2021

US must electrify municipal fleets, bolster transit and zero-emission car sales to reverse ‘public health disaster,’ Massachusetts nonprofit report says, MassLive, April 4, 2021

Janey, Transit Supporters Denounce MBTA Cuts, Boston Sun, April 1, 2021

What Might Biden Infrastructure Push Mean for Transit in Mass.?, Banker and Tradesman Globe, April 1, 2021

With infrastructure money, who’s driving the train? Gov. Baker or ‘Gov.’ Neal?, Boston Globe, March 31, 2021

New York gets green light on congestion pricing, Bond Buyer, March 31, 2021

What's In Biden's Infrastructure Bill?, WGBH Greater Boston, March 31, 2021

Acting Mayor Janey criticizes service cuts to T, launches program to provide free Charlie cards to hard hit neighborhoods, Boston Globe, March 29, 2021

Boston Mayor Janey, transportation advocates demand full resumption of service ahead of MBTA meeting, Boston 25, March 29, 2021

Boston To Give Hardest Hit Workers Free $60 Charlie Cards, Blue Bike Passes, CBS Boston, March 29, 2021

Boston Mayor Janey Calls on MBTA to Restore Pre-Pandemic Service Levels, NBC Boston, March 29, 2021

'MBTA cuts shortchange needs of Boston workers,' mayor says, WCVB, March 29, 2021

'Train Time': Podcast makes the case for rail in the 21st century, Berkshire Eagle, March 28, 2021

MBTA moves to provide ‘full funding’ for pre-pandemic service levels for the subway, buses, MassLive, March 22, 2021

Critics warn Massachusetts’ climate progress is headed for traffic jam, Energy News Network, March 22, 2021

Electrification of BRTA's fleet a highly charged issue, Berkshire Eagle, March 20, 2021

How to Connect the SouthCoast and Greater Boston, WBSM, March 17, 2021

Traffic Strikes Back: New Transportation Strategies for Post-Pandemic Prosperity, Pioneer Institute Hubwonk Podcast, March 16, 2021

Officials from Watertown continue advocating for rideshare fees, Wicked Local Watertown, March 15, 2021

Latest round of MBTA cuts impacting bus, subway services now in effect, WCVB-TV, March 14, 2021

MBTA service cuts take effect Sunday, despite an estimated $2 billion in federal aid, Boston Herald, March 13, 2021

The MBTA is making more cuts — are the savings worth it?, Boston Globe, March 13, 2021

Massachusetts road repair work slowed by labor competition, Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise, March 10, 2021

Boston no longer has worst traffic in America amid coronavirus pandemic, Boston Herald, March 9, 2021

Franklin's Cantoreggi at State House hearing: Road maintenance 'difficult to keep up with', Milford Daily News, March 9, 2021

Why Michelle Wu Wants to Bring a Green New Deal to Boston, The Appeal, March 3, 2021

Chris Dempsey and Jim Aloisi on Boston Public Radio, WGBH, February 16, 2021

Massachusetts needs a strong transportation vision and a leader who can carry it out, Boston Globe, February 7, 2021

T Socks Away Savings, Pays $82M In Overtime While Trimming Service, WBUR, January 26, 2021

Five things you need to know, and the future of our cities, Boston Business Journal, January 26, 2021

Is The MBTA In A Death Spiral? One Transportation Advocate Thinks So, WGBH, January 25, 2021

Pollack departure creates transportation choice for Baker, WWLP/State House News Service, January 21, 2021

Stephanie Pollack Leaving MassDOT to Join Biden’s Federal Highway AdministrationStreetsBlog MASS, January 21, 2021

Stephanie Pollack of MassDOT to join Biden administration, Federal Highway DepartmentBoston Herald, January 21, 2021

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker approves $16 billion transportation bond bill, including $50 million for East-West rail project, MassLive, January 15, 2021

Gasoline Car Sales to End by 2035 in Massachusetts, Scientific American, January 8, 2021

Local Transit Advocates Weigh In On Pete Buttigieg As Transportation Secretary, WGBH, January 7, 2021

New $16.5B transportation bill hikes ride share service fees, helps finance construction projects, WCVB, January 6, 2021

MBTA service cuts are bad public policy, Boston Globe, January 5, 2021

Mass. will get a windfall from its new anti-pollution pact. What will it buy?, Boston Globe, December 26, 2020

Massachusetts Inks Memorandum to Launch Transportation and Climate Initiative, iBerkshires.com, December 22, 2020

Governors sign pact to help reduce transportation pollution, Washington Post/Associated Press, December 21, 2020

Emissions compact – just Mass., Conn., R.I. and D.C. – starts with room to grow, Fall River Herald News, December 21, 2020

Charlie Baker signs on to controversial climate fees program, gas hit could be 9-cents per gallon, Boston Herald, December 21, 2020

Gov. Baker Joins Other States To Sign Pact To Help Reduce Transportation Pollutions, CBS Boston/AP, December 21, 2020

Chris Dempsey and Jim Aloisi on the MBTA Board's vote to cut service, WGBH Boston Public Radio, December 15, 2020

Mass., other states near historic agreement to curb transportation emissions, Boston Globe, December 15, 2020

Fiscal and Management Control Board votes 3-2 to approve significant service cuts for MBTA, WCVB, December 14, 2020

Time to complete more Complete Streets, CommonWealth, December 12, 2020

The Emergency Funding Ideas That Could Help Keep Transit Alive, Bloomberg CityLab, December 11, 2020

Walsh, transit activists blast MBTA service cuts, Bay State Banner, December 9, 2020

Poll: Majority of Mass. Voters Support Regional Greenhouse Gas Pact, WBUR, December 9, 2020

The drive toward vehicle electrification in Maine, Penobscot Bay Pilot, November 21, 2020

MBTA service cuts rile local leaders, Newburyport Daily News/State House News Service, November 20, 2020

TCI advocate says study ‘moot’ with state plan expected next month, Boston Herald, November 19, 2020

Charlie Baker re-evaluating TCI in Massachusetts amid pandemic as advocates urge support, Boston Herald, November 17, 2020


Senate still not taking up transportation revenues, CommonWealth, November 16, 2020

Transportation & Climate Initiative Touted for Benefits to Rural Communities, iBerkshires.com, November 15, 2020

Why backing for electric cars seen as key to cleaner Berkshires commutes , Berkshire Eagle, November 12, 2020

Regional initiative targets transportation, climate change in underserved rural communities, Daily Hampshire Gazette, November 11, 2020

Initiative aims to aid areas underserved by transportation, unprepared for climate change, Greenfield Recorder, November 11, 2020

Transit Advocates Criticize MBTA Proposal For Big Service Cuts, WGBH Greater Boston, November 10, 2020

Advocates: MBTA cuts at worst time, WCVB, November 10, 2020

Transit advocates have concerns about how the new mask mandate could impact MBTA riders – especially those of color, Boston.com, November 9, 2020

Massachusetts transit officials propose service cuts in wake of pandemic, Associated Press/WJAR, November 9, 2020

Advocates warn service cuts could send T into ‘death spiral’, Boston Herald, November 8, 2020

Report paints poor picture of bridges - including 177 in Central Massachusetts, Worcester Telegram, October 30, 2020

Commuter-rail cuts are coming. What happens when the pandemic’s over?, Boston Business Journal, October 29, 2020

‘Streets are for people’: Boston reflects on the role of roadways after COVID-19, Energy News, October 26, 2020

Governor Baker on the T, proposed service cuts and other transportation headlines, WGBH Boston Public Radio, October 26, 2020

MBTA gets pushback over potential service cuts, including from Marty Walsh, Boston.com, October 19, 2020

Coalition to Beacon Hill: Revive tax bill to preserve MBTA services, 7 News Boston, October 19, 2020

Research Predicts Large Public Health Benefits From Transportation Cap-and-Trade Program, StreetsblogMASS, October 14, 2020

Subway trains every 10 minutes? Even ‘essential’ MBTA services could see significant cuts, Boston Globe, October 10, 2020

Study Finds Regional Pact To Reduce Transportation Pollution Could Yield Major Health Benefits, WBUR, October 6, 2020

Congress must support additional transit funding to protect public health, MassLive, October 1, 2020

Rider revenues disappear, triggering painful talks at T, Boston 25 News, September 15, 2020

T gears up for rich-poor divide in service cuts, CommonWealth, September 14, 2020

Traffic Plummeted During the Pandemic. Boston Should Keep It That Way, Boston Magazine, August 18, 2020

Play_button.png  Chris Dempsey: Fears Of COVID-19 Transmission In Tight Spaces May Impact MBTA Ridership, WGBH, August 18, 2020

With low ridership, MBTA could face $400 million budget shortfall next year, Boston GlobeAugust 17, 2020

Green Line work was supposed to be short-term pain for quicker gain. The coronavirus changed the equation, Boston GlobeAugust 16, 2020

I Hate Cars, but Thanks to COVID I’m Buying One, Boston.comAugust 5, 2020

BCU Board Transition: New President Angela Johnson-Rodriguez, Boston Cyclists UnionJuly 31, 2020

Bluebikes will expand into Arlington, Chelsea, Newton, Revere and Watertown, Boston GlobeJuly 26, 2020

Salvaging an unsatisfying legislative session on transportation, CommonWealthJuly 22, 2020

Sharp split on need for new transpo revenues, CommonWealthJuly 20, 2020

Play_button.png  Sharp split on need for new transpo revenues, The Codcast, July 20, 2020

Play_button.png  2020 is a Weird Year, State House Takeout, July 17, 2020

Ride fees, local taxes on table for Senate debate, State House News via WWLP, July 16, 2020

Mass. House bill’s demise resets Beacon Hill tax conversation, State House News via WHDH, July 16, 2020

What happened to the transportation revenue bill?, CommonWealth, July 15, 2020

Transportation advocates urge lawmakers to consider raising more revenue ahead of Senate debate on bond bill, MassLive, July 15, 2020

Will the Mass. Senate Salvage Major Transportation Legislation This Year?, StreetsBlogMASS, July 14, 2020

Massachusetts lawmakers to vote on $18 billion transportation bond bill, WCVB, July 14, 2020

Gas tax increase looks doubtful for this year, Boston Globe, July 10, 2020

Advocates, councillors push senators on ‘transit justice’, Dorchester Reporter, July 9, 2020

Advocates, councillors urge state Senate to act on transit bills, Dorchester Reporter, July 2, 2020

City councilors, activists push for reduced fares, more transit funding, Boston Globe, July 1, 2020

Senate pushed to pass transpo revenue package, CommonWealth, July 1, 2020

Boston transportation advocates push for bond bill, free buses, Boston Herald, July 1, 2020

TransitMatters releases $2.6 billion plan for commuter rail, BU Daily Free Press, June 27, 2020

As Massachusetts Reopens, Will Boston Reclaim Its Worst Traffic In The Nation Status?, WGBH, June 15, 2020

Coronavirus derails MBTA finances, report says deficit to hit $400 million by FY22, Boston Herald, June 15, 2020

Debate Begins Over the Next U.S. Transportation Funding Bill, StreetsBlogMASS, June 4, 2020

The Role Of Public Transit In Massachusetts' Reopening, WBUR, May 20, 2020

Chris Dempsey: Packed Buses On The Silver Line Show 'Deep Inequities' In Public Transit Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, WGBH, May 20, 2020

‘It’s Scary’: As Mass. Reopens, Some Bus Riders Fear Crowding Will Spread COVD-19, NBC 10 Boston, May 20, 2020

Groups seek more independence for T board, CommonWealth, May 18, 2020

MBTA faces cost hikes and delays with its fare system upgrade, Bond Buyer, May 15, 2020

Boston, unplugged from traffic. Can it last?, Boston Globe, May 13, 2020

Some Mass. communities looking to expand walking spaces to help social distancing amid COVID-19, Boston 25 News, May 12, 2020

MBTA needs better oversight of massive fare-collection project: experts, Boston Herald, May 8, 2020

Transit Officials Plan A Coronavirus-Safe MBTA As The State Reopens, CBS Boston, May 7, 2020

Coronavirus could have long-term effects on MBTA, transit advocacy: experts, Boston Herald, May 2, 2020

As revenue tanks, T needs spending oversight, Boston Herald, May 1, 2020

New T Fare Collection System To Cost $212 Million More, WGBH, April 28, 2020

Could Coronavirus Spur Massachusetts To Transform Its Transportation System?, WGBH, April 28, 2020

Reopening Concerns for MBTA, NBC News Boston, April 27, 2020

MBTA Board Faces Criticism for Amending Fare Contract During Pandemic, StreetsBlogMASS, April 27, 2020

The suffocating crowded T of old won’t be returning anytime soon after the coronavirus lockdown ends, Boston Globe, April 25, 2020

As traffic falls amid indoor isolation, so does pollution, BU Daily Free Press, April 22, 2020

Massachusetts traffic takes plunge during coronavirus pandemic, WCVB, April 15, 2020

Feds extend $1 billion ‘lifeline’ to public transit systems, South Coast Today, April 2, 2020

Amid coronavirus pandemic, air pollution declines in Boston and elsewhere, Boston Globe, March 28, 2020

How New York’s spiraling coronavirus outbreak could affect Mass., Boston Globe, March 25, 2020

Legislative work on ice: State lawmakers respond to the pandemic, CommonWealth, March 18, 2020

Should The MBTA Have Reduced Service During The Coronavirus Spread?, WGBH Boston Public Radio, March 17, 2020

Boston drivers, MBTA riders stay home amid coronavirus spread, Boston Herald, March 12, 2020

Auto traffic and MBTA ridership are down as coronavirus fear spreads, Boston Globe, March 11, 2020

Beacon Hill Roll Call: March 2 to March 6, 2020, Greenfield Recorder, March 11, 2020

Boston tops INRIX study of nation’s most congested cities for second year in row, Boston Herald, March 9, 2020

Massachusetts House passes hike to gas tax, ride-hailing feesBoston Globe, March 4, 2020

Gas tax, toll changes among transportation tax bill amendmentsFall River Herald News, March 2, 2020

Five takeaways on transportation billCommonWealth, February 25, 2020

As MBTA Issues Continue, Advocates Push for Transportation Funding Bill, NBC News Boston, February 26, 2020

DeLeo Deputy Raises Expectations on transportation bill, CommonWealth, February 25, 2020

Hearing for Baker’s transportation bond bill held on Beacon HillBoston 25 News, February 25, 2020

‘Call to action’ at Statehouse to fix urgent transportation issue, WWLP, February 25, 2020

As MBTA Issues Continue, Advocates Push for Transportation Funding Bill, NECN, February 25, 2020

Lawmaker: Transportation bill could be 'generational gamechanger', WCVB, February 25, 2020

Advocates Crowd State House For ‘Game-Changing’ Transit Funding Bill, StreetsBlogMASS, February 25, 2020

Taxes on gas, ride-hailing and businesses all in House transportation planBoston Herald, February 25, 2020

Transit activists push for comprehensive state transportation fundingBU Daily Free Press, February 25, 2020

Transportation grants give suburban commuters a boost, Boston Globe, February 25, 2020

Community Forum on State Transportation, Waltham Patch, February 25, 2020

With Widespread MBTA Construction, Transportation Advocates Call For Dedicated Bus Lanes, WGBH, February 18, 2020

Uber and Lyft fees might increase in Massachusetts — but to what end?, Boston Globe,February 17, 2020

Where Should Massachusetts’s Next Car-Free Street Be?, StreetsblogMASS, February 10, 2020

Groups Funded by Oil Industry Bash Plan to Reduce Northeast's Dependence on Oil, DeSmog, January 26, 2020

In State of the Commonwealth speech, Baker presses for more aggressive climate action, more money for T, Boston Globe, January 22, 2020

Baker proposes $1 fee per ride-hailing trip, CommonWealth, January 22, 2020

3 transportation takeaways from Charlie Baker’s State of the State speech, Boston.com, January 22, 2020

Leverett meeting will explain Transportation and Climate Initiative, Daily Hampshire Gazette, January 14, 2020

Jim Aloisi And Chris Dempsey Talk Massachusetts Transportation Funding, WGBH-FM, January 14, 2020

Road diets: Could eliminating lanes ease congestion?, Boston 25 News, January 14, 2020

A Transportation Vision for the 2020sBloomberg Bay State BusinessJanuary 13, 2020

Baker Travels to D.C. on Transportation, Boston Herald, January 13, 2020

A transportation vision for the 2020s, Boston.com, January 7, 2020

Boston needs an emergency summit to address epic transportation problems, Boston Globe, December 26, 2019

Guest Commentary: Let’s resolve to invest in transportation, Wicked Local Needham, December 20, 2019

Massachusetts is leading an effort to curb vehicle emissions. It comes with a price., Boston.com, December 18, 2019

Don’t Believe the ‘Overdevelopment’ Hype: Greater Supply Is the Answer to Our Metro Areas’ Affordable-Housing Crisis, Economics21.org, December 18, 2019

In the 2010s, Boston Learned to Fear (and Hopefully, Someday Fix) the MBTA, Boston.com, December 17, 2019

Critics say the T needs more money. So why did lawmakers then give it less?, Boston Globe, December 12, 2019

New polling confirms strong support across Eastern region for transportation modernization, Sampan, December 12, 2019

Fixing the T will take more than just tightening our belts, Boston Globe, December 10, 2019

Transportation advocate Chris Dempsey on next steps after troubling MBTA safety report, Boston 25 News, December 10, 2019

Dempsey And Aloisi On New Report That Says 'Safety Is Not The Priority' At The MBTA, WGBH, December 10, 2019

Safety ‘is not the priority’ at the MBTA, panel finds, Boston Globe, December 9, 2019

Transportation watchers call for change following T safety report, Boston Herald, December 9, 2019

Gas tax alternatives aired on Beacon Hill, Quincy Patriot Ledger, December 5, 2019

New tolls could fill gaps in funding, Salem News, December 5, 2019

5 Things To Know About The East Coast Effort To Curb Transportation Emissions, WBUR, December 5, 2019

Is the Orange Line our next existential threat?, Boston Globe, December 4, 2019

Orange Line squeezed by failure in MBTA’s rehabbed downtown tunnel, Boston Herald, December 3, 2019

If Everyone Agrees Local Transportation Needs Improvement, Why Do So Many Problems Remain?, WGBH Greater Boston, December 2, 2019

A regional plan to improve transportation, reduce pollution, Lawrence Eagle Tribune, November 25, 2019

Boston Logan to consolidate airport drop-offs in central location, BU Daily Free Press, November 21, 2019

Employer policies add to roadway gridlock, CommonWealth, November 20, 2019

How to Save Transportation in Boston: Cars, Boston.com, November 19, 2019

Worcester Chamber supports raising taxes, fees to improve public transit, Worcester Telegram, November 12, 2019

What Will It Cost To Modernize The MBTA?, WGBH, November 12, 2019

Is $18 billion enough to upgrade transportation, or is $50 billion more like it?, Boston Globe, November 12, 2019

Mass. drivers could be facing two increases at the gas pump, Boston Globe, November 11, 2019

Business groups at forefront of Massachusetts transportation funding debate, MassLive, October 30, 2019

Beacon hill lawmakers haggle over ways to pay for traffic fixes, Boston 25 News, October 30, 2019

Business Groups, Advocates Agree: Drivers Need To Pay More, StreetsblogMASS, October 30, 2019

House leaders talk transpo taxes, CommonWealth, October 28, 2019

Jim Aloisi And Chris Dempsey On Uber And Lyft Changes at Logan Airport, WGBH, October 22, 2019

Why the T skips stops in West Campus, BU Daily Free Press, October 18, 2019

Massachusetts lawmakers consider congestion pricing to ease ‘traffic crisis’ in East Boston, MassLive, October 15, 2019

Transportation director urges Massachusetts lawmakers to try congestion pricing, WCVB, October 15, 2019

Mass. lawmakers take up debate on congestion tolling, Fox 25, October 15, 2019

State of Gridlock: How do we get ourselves out of this traffic mess?, WCVB, October 9, 2019

Nonprofit claims MassDOT ‘illegally eliminated’ HOV lane on Interstate 93, WHDH, October 8, 2019

Can Boston transportation be fixed? Here are 4 possible solutions, WCVB, October 8, 2019

Revenue Debate Lingers Over Baker's $18B Transportation Bill, WGBH-State House News Service, October 8, 2019

States unveil plan to curb transportation emissions, WCVB, October 1, 2019

Mass. Part Of Regional Effort To Drive Down Emissions From Gas And Diesel, WBUR, October 1, 2019

Why Tolling Is Key to Boston’s Transportation Future:In Backing Change, Real Estate Community Can Help Move State Beyond Gridlock, Banker & Tradesman, September 8, 2019

The Hub: An impressive front door to Garden, N. Station, CommonWealth, September 17, 2019

Derailed: My Public Transit Odyssey across Massachusetts, Boston.com, September 17, 2019

As tax-raising talks heat up, Baker offers a new idea: Tax relief, WCVB/Bay State News Service, September 11, 2019

hris Dempsey: Gov. Baker Riding The T Is A Good First Step Towards Fixing Transportation, WGBH Boston Public Radio, September 10, 2019

Congestion may be bad, but commute times changing little, CommonWealth, September 10, 2019

Would You Pay To Beat Traffic? Mass. Considers Tolled Express Lanes To Curb Congestion, WBUR, September 5, 2019

Will Greater Boston’s commuting nightmare derail biotech’s growth?, Boston Globe, August 27, 2019

State's highway system ranks near bottom, Newburyport Daily News, August 27, 2019

Track fire latest in disastrous summer for MBTA, transit, WCVB, August 23, 2019

Could Managed Toll Lanes Break Boston's Gridlock?, WBUR, August 19, 2019

Managed lanes? Here's a closer look at Charlie Baker's congestion pricing alternative, Boston.com, August 14, 2019

Group Advocates Relief for Congestion, Boston Neighborhood Network News, August 12, 2019

Advocates: Gridlocked traffic is bad for Boston's business, Boston Herald, August 9, 2019

Traffic congestion in Massachusetts reaches tipping point, Associated Press, August 8, 2019

Gov Charlie Baker open to charging fees on 'managed lanes' to reduce traffic congestion, MASS Live, August 8, 2019

Gov Charlie Baker eyes high-priced luxury lanes to fix traffic woes, Boston Herald, August 8, 2019

Traffic congestion has reached a ‘tipping point’ in Massachusetts, state officials say, Boston Globe, August 8, 2019

3 things to know about the results — and recommendations — from the Massachusetts traffic study, Boston.com August 8, 2019

Congestion In Mass. 'Has Gone From Bad To Worse,' Transportation Secretary Says, WBUR, August 8, 2019

For complex traffic problem, Baker offers smorgasbord, CommonWealth, August 8, 2019

Traffic congestion in Massachusetts reaches tipping point, Associated Press, August 8, 2019

Would you pay $30 a week to drive in a fast lane on I-93? State to study concept, Boston Business Journal, August 8, 2019

Governor Baker calls for $18b boost in transit, road funding, Boston Globe, July 25, 2019

Gov. Baker reveals $18 billion transportation spending proposal, WCVB-TV, July 25, 2019

To clear up roads, Baker proposes corporate tax break for telecommuting, Boston Business Journal, July 25, 2019

Gov. Baker Unveils Transportation Bond Bill as MBTA Faces Scrutiny, NECN, July 25, 2019

Transit advocates cite MBTA ‘crisis,’ demand more funding, Boston Herald, July 17, 2019

5 Policies To Address Our Transportation Crisis, WGBH News, July 9, 2019

Developers pressed to fund extra T service, Boston Globe, July 9, 2019

Boston Public Radio (53:00), WGBH, July 9, 2019

She’s the master of explaining transportation disaster. And so far, Stephanie Pollack is not going anywhere, Boston Globe, July 3, 2019

Wu Calls For Overhaul To MBTA Oversight Board, WGBH Greater Boston, July 1, 2019

MBTA Must Promise Concrete Results, Banker and Tradesman, June 30, 2019

Baker's Plan Panned for Not Doing Enough to Fix MBTA, Public News Service, June 27, 2019

Facing pressure, Baker will seek $50 million for MBTA to speed the pace of maintenance, Boston Globe, June 25, 2019

Video: Business In The Era of Climate Change (The Road Map Of The Future: Transportation), WBUR, May 7, 2019

MassDOT weighs two-year HOV lane access, Newburyport News/SHNS, June 19, 2019

Red Line Derailment Reignites Debate Of Traffic Misery’s Impact On Boston Real Estate, BisNow, June 18, 2019

Gov. Baker: Reforms are coming following MBTA derailments, WHDH, June 13, 2019

Trouble On The T: When Will It End?, WGBH Greater Boston, June 13, 2019

Red Line Service Continues at Reduced Levels Following Derailment, NECN, June 12, 2019

We Can End Boston's Transportation Nightmare, WBUR Commentary, June 12, 2019

From multiple derailments on the MBTA to the coming "A-pike-alypse", WGBH Boston Public Radio, June 11, 2019 (52:00)

MBTA needs speed, transparency in wake of derailments, advocates say, Boston Herald, June 9, 2019

We’ve paved our way to gridlock with our own poor policies, Boston Globe, May 23, 2019

Highway administrator defends HOV lane elimination, CommonWealth, May 21, 2019

Isolation problem: T fares rising faster than cost of driving, CommonWealth, May 16, 2019

Beacon Hill leaders don’t have a plan yet to tackle transportation crisis, Boston Globe, May 15, 2019

Opening of I-93 carpool lane draws criticism, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune, May 14, 2019

T notes: Closing of HOV lane on I-93 hit, CommonWealth, May 13, 2019

Amid Tobin work, state opens I-93 carpool lane to all vehicles from Medford to Zakim Bridge, Boston Globe, May 13, 2019

State transportation policies fail communities of color, CommonWealth, May 12, 2019

New Advocacy Group to Help Boost Efforts to Cut Vehicle Pollution, School Transportation News, May 7, 2019

To Curb Congestion, Mass. Political Leaders Propose To Make It More Expensive To Drive, WBUR, May 7, 2019

Table set for serious tax, revenue talks, Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise, May 7, 2019

Finding One Solution To Boston's Traffic Woes — In Mexico City, WBUR, May 6, 2019

Gov. pols wrangle over pothole funds, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune, May 1, 2019

Dempsey: Residents are eager for transportation solutions, MetroWest Daily News, April 28, 2019

State senator suggests adding new tolls along Massachusetts roads, WCVB, April 26, 2019

If you’re routinely late for work because of your commute, you’re not alone; Poll shows just how bad Massachusetts transportation is, MassLive, April 24, 2019

Poll: Massachusetts voters feeling strain from transportation challenges, support policy changes including new funding, MassINC Polling Group Blog, April 24, 2019

Boston has a traffic problem. New congestion-pricing bills aim to curb it, Boston 25 News, April 17, 2019

Congestion pricing gains steam as traffic worsens, Boston Herald, April 15, 2019

Baystate Business: Traffic, Brexit, Opening Day, Bloomberg Bay State BusinessApril 9, 2019

Congestion Pricing Passed in New York, but Can It Be a National Solution to Traffic?, Pacific Standard, April 8, 2019

More time urged for I-93 breakdown lane travel, Andover Townsman, April 3, 2019

Massport looking to change traffic flow, add fees for rideshares like Uber and Lyft, SHNS/WickedLocal, March 21, 2019

Will MBTA fare hike prod Beacon Hill to take action?, Boston Globe, March 18, 2019

Town Manager Sarah Stanton to Co-Chair new Commuter Rail Communities Coalition, Bedford Citizen, March 15, 2019

Lynn Mayor Thomas M. McGee named co-chair of Commuter Rail Communities Coalition, Lynn Item, March 14, 2019

MBTA Fare Hike Could Make Traffic Worse, Transportation Advocate Says, WGBH, March 12, 2019  listen_icon.png

The lowly bus deserves a lot more attention, CommonWealth, March 11, 2019

Legislators Taking Closer Look at Congestion Pricing, NECN, March 6, 2019

Riders hit proposed commuter rail hikes, Lowell Sun, March 1, 2019

Suffering from transportation trauma?, Wicked Local MarbleheadMarch 1, 2019

Transportation experts urge T to consider other transit systems’ alternatives to fare hikes, Boston Herald, February 27, 2019

Letter: Share your ‘rail vision’ with the state, MetroWest Daily News, February 23, 2019

Employers can make Boston traffic more bearable with one simple change, Boston Globe, February 21, 2019

MassDOT disputes report that it, MBTA are in trouble, Boston Herald, February 21, 2019

Lyft incorporates MBTA service into its appCommonwealth, February 21, 2019

Our view: Our traffic is worse than your trafficGloucester Daily Times, February 14, 2019

To fix Greater Boston’s traffic woes, go big or stay home, Boston Globe, February 14, 2019

News you knew: Boston traffic stinks; New report sets off calls for action, not more talk, CommonWealth, February 13, 2019

Boston Beat LA... in traffic, report finds, WCVB, February 12, 2019

Study: Boston Has Worst Morning, Evening Commutes, NECN The Take, February 12, 2019

Baystate Business: Bonds, Business Confidence, Traffic, Bloomberg Bay State Business, February 12, 2019

REPORT: Costs of traffic congestion highest in Boston, WWLP, February 12, 2019

New Study Finds Boston Has The Worst Rush-Hour Traffic In The Country, WBUR Radio Boston, February 12, 2019

Costs Of Traffic Congestion Highest In Boston, Report SaysWGBH, February 12, 2019

Boston has the worst rush-hour traffic in the U.S., report saysBoston.com, February 12, 2019

Car-free development taking rootCommonWealth, January 31, 2019

Untolled millions: Out-of-state drivers owe $26.8M to MassachusettsBoston Herald, January 27, 2019

Our View: East-West link could transform our ride to workLawrence Eagle-Tribune, January 22, 2019

A Regional Push to Clean Up Cars, Trucks and Mass TransitPew Trusts Stateline, January 16, 2019

Transit officials study East-West rail linkGloucester Daily Times, January 13, 2019

Our View: T is finally on the right trackAttleboro Sun-Chronicle, January 12, 2019

On the rails: Experts say the MBTA Commuter Rail is getting better, but riders contend the schedules don't meet their needsAttleboro Sun-Chronicle, January 11, 2019

Transit in rural communities is a rising concernBoston Globe, January 5, 2019

Transportation advocates list priorities: Carbon pricing, bus service, FMCB top list | CodcastCommonWealth, January 2, 2019

Vision for transport in Mass. unveiledBay State Banner, December 26, 2018

The Future of Transportation in MassachusettsNECN The Take, December 20, 2018

State joins pact to cut vehicle emissionsSalem Evening News, December 19, 2018

Massachusetts joins multi-state plan to reduce transportation emissionsWWLP.com, December 19, 2018

Solutions sought to alleviate state’s traffic congestionMetroWest Daily News, December 19, 2018

The Road Map To The State's Transportation Future Has Been DrawnWBUR, December 19, 2018

Mass. joins regional bid to price transportation carbonCommonWealth, December 18, 2018

Mass. Joining States To Reduce Transportation Sector EmissionsWGBH, December 18, 2018

Transportation Advocates Commend States' Announcement to Develop Regional Program to Modernize Transportation and Reduce Vehicle PollutionBusinessWire, December 18, 2018

Massachusetts joins multi-state pact to explore cap-and-trade program for vehicle emissionsMassLive, December 18, 2018

Massachusetts Commission Sets Ambitious Climate, Transportation GoalsNext City, December 17, 2018

Transportation commission offers plan to address congestion, climate changeNewburyport News, December 17, 2018

State unveils carbon-emissions reduction plan, MetroWest Daily News, December 15, 2018

Baystate Business: Gas Restoration, Brexit, MBTA, Bloomberg Bay State Business, December 12, 2018

MBTA general manager Luis Ramirez is out after just 15 monthsBoston Globe, December 11, 2018

Aiello on the state of the T, new revenuesCommonWealth, December 3, 2018

Matthews: The importance of a well-connected transportation networkMetroWest Daily News, December 2, 2018

Coming up: Yet another state report on transportation needsAssociated Press, December 1, 2018

Transit leaders look for ways to leverage rail systemBoston Herald, November 29, 2018

From better commuter rail service to self-driving cars, a look at the future of transportation in WorcesterMass Live, November 27, 2018

‘So many opportunities’ to improve Worcester County transportation, says Karyn PolitoWorcester Telegram, November 27, 2018

MassDOT launches 6-month study of area’s worst traffic – and ways to help ease itBoston Herald, November 24, 2018

Let’s Write a Better Transportation StoryBSCES News, November 2018

Boston podría poner límites más bajos de velocidad en la ciudad;
Funcionarios dicen que la velocidad actual de 25mph es muy rápida
, Noticias Ya, November 13, 2018

Boston considering 20 mph limit; Councilors concerned about elderly, kidsBoston Herald, November 13, 2018

Municipal leaders gather to devise commuter rail solutionsWicked Local, November 9, 2018

The Road Ahead for Massachusetts Transportation PolicyNashoba Valley Chamber News, November 5, 2018

Panelists Explain ‘Geography of Opportunity’B.C. Heights, November 5, 2018

Dempsey and Baxandall: Coming up short on transportationMetroWest Daily News, October 28, 2018

On mass transit, Baker’s promises and commuters’ experiences often diverge, Boston Globe, October 26, 2018

‘They’re Bold and Fresh’: The Millennials Disrupting Boston’s Transit SystemPolitico, October 25, 2018

Bloomberg Baystate Business: Sox Tickets and TransportationBloomberg Radio, October 23, 2018

Looking for a way forward in transportation: Make public transit fully accessible — for the sake of us all, Boston GlobeOctober 9, 2018

From point A to point B, and everything in between: System fails those who need it most, Boston GlobeOctober 7, 2018

Car-free day gets a push, Boston HeraldOctober 4, 2018

Short and Long-Term Solutions for Mass. Transportation, NECN The TakeSeptember 25, 2018

Forum explores ways to foster, manage Worcester’s growthWorcester TelegramSeptember 13, 2018

Should Massachusetts discount road and bridge tolls during off-peak hours?Boston GlobeSeptember 13, 2018

MBTA’s poor station conditions are a campaign issueBoston Globe, September 10, 2018

MassDOT traffic counts find huge increases in volume across Boston area, WFXT, August 30, 2018

Accounting maneuvers, one-time gains helped balance T budget, CommonWealthAugust 21, 2018

Are Off-Peak Toll Discounts The Best Way To Solve Traffic Congestion In Boston?, WGBH Greater Boston, August 7, 2018

Here are the ‘big ideas’ that could change the MBTA, Boston.com, August 7, 2018

Governor Baker spikes toll discount trial again, Boston Globe, August 3, 2018

Pilot Program Aims to Reduce Tolls for SomeNECN The Take, July 30, 2018

Charlie Baker rejects toll discount idea, calls for bigger traffic studyBoston Globe, July 26, 2018

Why did Charlie Baker veto a proposal to give drivers toll discounts?Boston.com, July 26, 2018

Baker signs nation’s most-overdue state budgetAssociated Press, July 26, 2018

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh tells scooter-rental company to slow downBoston Herald, July 21, 2018

Massachusetts drivers who avoid rush hour could get toll discounts under pilot programMassLive, July 20, 2018

MassDOT testing plan to reward off-peak travel with toll discountsWCVB-TV, July 19, 2018

T notes: Lawmakers hike funding for regional transit authorities; Pilot to test whether off-peak toll discounts can ease congestionCommonWealth, July 18, 2018

Restarting the transportation funding debateCommonWealth, July 12, 2018

A Blue Line to Lynn? Advocates are pushing a new way to fund transportation projectsBoston Globe, July 12, 2018

What Would You Pay to Fix Boston Traffic?Boston.com, July 5, 2018

If You Reduce Fares, Will Riders Come? Maybe.WGBH, July 5, 2018

With millionaires tax off the ballot, how else do we pay for transportation and education?Boston Globe, June 19, 2018

Relief and dismay as court strikes down millionaire's tax ballot questionMass Live, June 18, 2018

The Supreme Judicial Court Just Killed the Millionaire’s TaxBoston.com, June 18, 2018

Assessing the Troubles on the TNECN The Take, June 13, 2018

Electric scooters have flooded cities across the country. Could they ever come to Boston?Boston.com, June 13, 2018

Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour: Traffic and MergersBloomberg Radio, June 12, 2018

Readers set out to solve Boston’s traffic woes, Boston Herald, June 11, 2018

Boston has the ‘worst traffic in the country’ ... How would you fix it?Boston Herald, June 10, 2018

Some cars are getting a free ride at Mass. tollsBoston Globe, May 24, 2018

State should empower regions to re-invest in themselves with regional ballot initiatives, MassLive, May 22, 2018

Off-peak toll discount pilot program deserves a shot, Boston Globe, May 17, 2018

State Unveils Data About Ride Hailing App Usage For The First Time, WBUR Radio Boston, May 3, 2018

MART services could face cutbacks, Fitchburg Sentinel and Enterprise, April 30, 2018

Sales tax cut will force layoffs and service cuts, new group says, WWLP.com, April 23, 2018

We need a RGGI for transportation, CommonWealth, April 23, 2018

Crumbling bridge adds to infrastructure woes, Boston Herald, April 18, 2018

First Orange Line T car shells arrive at CRRC factory in Springfield, Mass Live, April 10, 2018

Tobin Bridge fix to cause commuting headaches, Salem News, April 6, 2018

Autonomous vehicles present opportunities, challenges, Attleboro Sun Chronicle April 6, 2018

Pitts Stop: Could Smarter Tolling Reduce Traffic Congestion In Boston?, WBZ-TV, April 6, 2018

Mayor Walsh's Plan to Raise Parking Fines in Boston, NECN The Take, April 4, 2018

Parking fines in Boston could go up to fund transportation projects, Metro Boston, April 3, 2018

Walsh wants big hike in parking ticket fees to fund transit work, Boston Globe, April 3, 2018

Push to save PVTA from cuts ramps upAmherst Bulletin, March 30, 2018

Old mindset exacerbates new traffic problemsCommonWealth, March 29, 2018

Your commute stinks because Greater Boston can’t fathom its own growthBoston Globe, March 28, 2018

Ads in support of WRTA funding beginWorcester Telegram & Gazette, March 24, 2018

Push to save PVTA from cuts ramps upDaily Hampshire Gazette News, March 22, 2018

Congestion, its impact and solutions: Chris Dempsey with Chris LovettBoston Neighborhood Network News, March 21, 2018

Everything you need to know about the proposed Seaport gondola system, Boston.com, March 7, 2018

Poll shows support for transportation investment in Mass., Worcester Telegram & Gazette, March 1, 2018

SouthCoast omitted from transportation board, legislators say, South Coast Today, February 23, 2018

Traveling on the Red Line was a nightmare for many Wednesday, Boston Globe, February 21, 2018

Traffic congestion is taking a toll on Boston. Should Boston take a toll on congestion?, Boston.com, February 20, 2018

Massachusetts, Indiana Ramp Up Self-Driving Vehicle Debates, The Connected Car, February 20, 2018

Worcester Polytechnic researchers tackle self-driving vehicles as legislators examine policy, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, February 17, 2018

Autonomous vehicles may be on Mass. roads soon, Hampshire Gazette, February 15, 2018

Viewpoint: Need for Mass. clean transportation policy, Boston Business Journal, February 15, 2018

Chris Dempsey on Bradley Jay Show, WBZ Radio, February 14, 2018

Report: MBTA is vital for economy, worthy of investment, Bay State Banner, February 14, 2018

Editorial: Infrastructure potluck, Boston Herald, February 14, 2018

Advocates say Prez’s plan full of potholes, Boston Herald, February 13, 2018

Markey: Infrastructure plan is a ‘fraud’, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, February 12, 2018

Markey: Trump's Infrastructure Plan Is 'One Big Monetary Mirage', NECN, February 12, 2018

Can Massachusetts Be A Transportation Innovator?, NECN The Take, February 1, 2018

East-west passenger service urged among state rail priorities, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, January 29, 2018

Kadish put in charge of transportation commission, CommonWealth/State House News Service, January 23, 2018

Baker launches commission to study transportation needsBoston Globe, January 23, 2018

Transportation is one area where Mass. lags in innovation, Boston Globe, January 14, 2018

Cold spell testing MBTA services, Gloucester Times/State House News Service, January 3, 2018

Passengers not impressed with the T’s early winter returnsBoston Globe, December 29, 2017

How Self-Driving Cars Will Impact Your Commute, NECN Business, December 26, 2017

Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour: MBTA Commuter Rail and Keolis Bloomberg Radio, December 26, 2017 (10:20)

Checking in on T control board at halfway point CommonWealth, December 14, 2017

Sales taxes, minimum wage, paid leave and nurse staffing headed toward 2018 ballot Mass Live, December 7, 2017

Rebates could fuel electric car push in Mass. Lowell Sun, November 24, 2017

Readers react to the prospect of Amazon in Boston Boston Globe, November 24, 2017

Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour: new MBTA fare system Bloomberg Radio, November 21, 2017

Dempsey: A roadmap for the governor’s transportation commission MetroWest Daily News, November 21, 2017

The MBTA has a $723m plan to change the way you pay for rides Boston Globe, November 20, 2017

Cost, access among barriers to state reaching goal of 300,000 electric cars Daily Hampshire Gazette, November 14, 2017

If We Build It, They Will Come: The Case for First Class Transportation in Massachusetts Springfield Republican, November 3, 2017

Consumer Group Finds MBTA Reliability Report Misleading NECN, October 26, 2017

Consumer Group Casts Doubt on MBTA Reliability WFXT, October 26, 2017

Is Boston headed for a bike-business border battle? Boston Globe, October 24, 2017

Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour: GE and Amazon Bloomberg Radio, October 20, 2017

Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour: MBTA Commuter Rail Bloomberg Radio, October 13, 2017

MBTA service worst among carriers Boston Herald, October 12, 2017

New Data Finds MBTA Service Worst Among Counterparts NECN, October 12, 2017

The Commuter Rail Breaks Down More Often Than Any Other Regional Transit System Boston Magazine, October 12, 2017

Sound lessons from Seattle CommonWealth, October 5, 2017

Residents in all corners of state support expanded rail and bus service South Coast Today, October 1, 2017

Mass. report: Public dissatisfied with transportation Worcester Telegram, September 26, 2017

Transportation investment furthers city’s economic success Worcester Telegram, September 6, 2017 (Coalition member Alliance for Business Leadership)

More ticket checks are coming to the commuter rail Boston Globe, September 1, 2017

Our transportation system is a key culprit in climate change Boston Globe, August 1, 2017 (Coalition member Alliance for Business Leadership

I-93 commuters to Pike travelers: Welcome to our life Boston Globe, August 2, 2017

  • Joshua Ostroff
    published this page in News and Media 2017-10-25 17:37:51 -0400


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