All Things Travel
The most important decision for Boston travel and tourism for the next decade will be made this week.
Somerville went orange Tuesday as the MBTA opened the Assembly Station in Somerville on the Orange Line.
A new economic study showed that the Port of Boston created just over 7,000 direct jobs and is responsible for over 50,000 total jobs in related industries.
Southwest Airlines is gearing up for more growth in New England with new international routes.
Nonstop flights to China and transportation plans for proposed casinos may be the most important travel and transportation steps for Boston’s growth in the next decade.
The needs of Logan Airport, the Seaport and nearby communities are a balancing act with all three so close to downtown.
Uber, the technology company that uses a phone app to get you a ride, just raised $1.2 billion in new financing.
The American Airlines merger with US Airways is on schedule to be completed in about 18 months.
Logan Airport’s two new international airlines are getting valuable help from Boston’s No. 1 domestic carrier, JetBlue.
Boston got a look at what the waterfront traffic will be like in 10 years last Friday and it wasn’t a pretty sight.