Frank DePaola will replace outgoing MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott on an interim basis.
Gov. Charlie Baker says he’s done with “excuses.”
Gov. Charlie Baker said the state will work to try and get public transportation in Boston back to normal faster than the 30-day timeframe recently outlined by the MBTA.
A history of prioritizing expansion over maintenance is a big reason for the MBTA’s current failures, according to a former T official.
Two WBZ NewsRadio1030 reporters set out to explore what ‘limited service’ really means.
Beverly Scott is resigning as MBTA general manager, the transportation agency said Wednesday afternoon.
City officials hope to use Uber’s trip data to improve services.
Gov. Charlie Baker has ordered the Massachusetts Department of Transportation to immediately release $100 million in transportation funds for cities and towns.
Federal officials have promised nearly $1 billion to the public transportation project.
Construction could begin in the near future on several high-profile transportation projects around the state following an agreement reached by legislative negotiators on a $13 billion bond bill.