Busy Travel Day More Pleasant Than Some Drivers ExpectedAAA, TSA, and Amtrak are in agreement that Sunday may be the busiest travel day of the year.
Crashes On Southeast Expressway Bring Morning Commute To CrawlState Police said there was a multi-car crash on I-93 Southbound in Quincy, as well as a two-car crash on I-93 Northbound.
Sullivan Square Water Main Break Slows Morning CommuteRepairs are expected to affect the evening commute, too.
Garbage Truck Fire Shuts Down Part Of Route 128A garbage truck fire briefly shut down all lanes of Route 128 north in Waltham near the Weston line late Tuesday morning.
Solar Glare Blamed For 10-Car Crash On Route 128 In BeverlyThe bright sun appears to be the cause of a 10-car crash that shut down part of Route 128 in Beverly Friday morning.
Pitts Stop: Lawmaker Pushes For School Bus Cameras In MassachusettsA state representative wants local school buses to have stop arm surveillance cameras.
Boston Area Braces For Traffic Woes As College Students ReturnParking restrictions will be in effect on several roads during the period leading up to the official "Move-in Day" on Sept. 1.
Pitts Stop: East Boston Startup Tests Self-Driving BoatsYou've heard of self-driving cars, but what about self-driving boats?
Paving Crew Delays Cause Backup On Mass PikeIt all started when a paving crew overstayed their welcome Thursday morning.
Keller @ Large: Where's Our Summer Break From Horrible Traffic?Is it just me, or does it seem to you that we aren’t getting our summer break from the horrible Boston-area traffic?
Pitts Stop: MassDOT Making Adjustments For Sumner Tunnel DelaysToll booths have been coming down around the state with the goal to make your commute faster. But at the Sumner Tunnel, it's actually making traffic worse.
Concert Traffic Fills Residential Streets Near Xfinity CenterResidents believe that apps like "Waze" are sending drivers onto residential roads to supposedly to avoid traffic.

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