BOSTON (CBS) – The group lobbying for Boston to host the 2024 Olympics announced today that they would like to see a statewide vote on whether or not people want to see the games brought […]
The people behind Boston’s bid for the Summer Olympics say they won’t go forward without public support.
Since the euphoria of being chosen as the U.S. bid city in January, the road has turned bumpy for organizers.
Former Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Richard Davey has been named to head the organization leading the drive to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston.
Richard Davey, the former head of the MBTA, is stepping down as the state’s transportation secretary at the end of the month,
International Walk to School Day, known as iWalk, will take place on Wednesday around the country, and Massachusetts schools will participate.
Secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Massachusetts will collect almost $600 million in fees from the registry or about ten times what it costs to operate.
Gov. Deval Patrick said the state appears to have handled the Nor’easter well.
Technology is helping to ease traffic on city streets and highways.