No matter what was discussed at Tuesday’s forum on Boston’s Olympic bid, the conversation always came back to transportation.
Gov. Charlie Baker is asking lawmakers to approve an additional $200 million in state aid for local road and bridge projects.
The MBTA has announced that there will be a shuttle bus service for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Tuesday.
Keolis says it will add 42 commuter rail trains Monday in another step toward the planned restoration of full service by the end of March.
The MBTA is compensating riders for the weather-related breakdowns.
The commuter rail operator apologized to riders for poor rail service.
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.