Keller @ Large: Stephanie Pollack Talks Green Line Extension ProjectDespite her comments that there were lingering risks associated with the Green Line extension project, state transportation secretary Stephanie Pollack said it wouldn't end up like the Big Dig.
Keller @ Large: Stephanie Pollack Talks T ProgressPollack sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to talk about the progress the MBTA has made since last year's disastrous Winter shutdowns.
I-Team: Drivers Upset After Paying Excessive Tobin Bridge Fees Just Before Amnesty ProgramThousands of drivers took advantage of a June amnesty program that forgave enormous toll fines racked up for trips across the Tobin Bridge.
Mass. Residents Given Chance To Weigh In On $3B Transportation PlanMassachusetts residents will have a chance to weigh in on a $3 billion capital investment plan for the state's transportation system.
NightSide - Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack Has Good News For Toll Payers
I-Team: Drivers Get Break As MassDOT Forgives Huge Tobin Bridge Toll FinesMassDOT will dramatically reduce fines and offer an amnesty period to forgive drivers who racked up enormous late fees for the pay-by-plate option on the Tobin Bridge.
Keller @ Large: Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack On MBTA WoesPollack said the MBTA needs to do a better job of communicating with other cities
Keller @ Large: Secretary Pollack Promises Changes At The MBTASecretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack promises changes within the MBTA and Commuter Rail systems.
NightSide - Secretary Of Transportation Stephanie Pollack Is In Studio
MBTA Dilemma: Refund Riders Or Use Money To Fix SystemThe MBTA is now looking at the pros and cons of refunds and the best way to use that money.
Keller @ Large: Grading Gov. Baker's Blizzard ResponseThe Blizzard of 2015 was Governor Charlie Baker's first test at the helm of the state.
Study: MBTA Faces Likely Overcrowding In Next 10 YearsAccording to a new study from the Urban Land Institute, the T could be 20 percent more crowded by the year 2020 because of business and residential development.