A group of MBTA riders interrupted a transportation finance and audit committee meeting on Tuesday morning.
State lawmakers are under growing pressure to help solve the MBTA’s funding crisis and head off steep fare hikes and service reductions.
Greenway is rather dreary. The memory of Rose Kennedy deserves better.
Oh, I’m going for a ride…
Transportation Secretary Richard Davey says there will be a fare increase on the MBTA this year and the Greenway Conservancy needs to wean itself off of state funding.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy’s executive director Nancy Brennan and four other officials make six-figure salaries, according to newly released records.
State Transportation Secretary Richard Davey wants answers after the Rose Kennedy Greenway Executive Director fended off questions from reporters asking that its financial records be made public.
The MBTA is moving to ban all alcohol ads on its trains, buses, or stations starting July 1 in a move aimed at fighting underage drinking.
Starting with the monthly meeting scheduled for February 16 at the Massport Headquarters on the airport’s Harborside Drive, there will be 30 minutes at the opening of each meeting for input from people in the community.
The first of 20 meetings over proposed fare hikes and service cuts were held in Newton and Worcester.