Massachusetts needs a new statewide transportation policy and they need it now. That was the message stated loud and clear at The Mayors and Municipal Leaders Transportation Summit.
You cannot pick up a magazine or newspaper today without a reference to Boomers needing to postpone their retirement because of the economy.
New rules from the U.S. Transportation Department will require that advertised prices include taxes and mandatory fees.
State transportation officials are predicting a busy holiday weekend on Massachusetts roads and are urging travelers to use public transportation if possible.
State Transportation Secretary Richard Davey says the MBTA will unveil a list of potential fare increases and service cuts in January.
Acting GM Jonathan Davis says they wanted to use some humor to remind people to be respectful of fellow riders.
The T needs more money and it could mean $2.50-plus for a subway ride, about two dollars for a bus ride, and $7.50 or more to travel by commuter boat.
Hurricane Irene could turn traveling into a real problem in Massachusetts! Whether you travel by plane, train or automobile — here’s a complete guide to navigating our area just when you need it most.
Richard Davey will take over for Jeff Mullan as head of the Transportation Department, but will the switch boost commuter confidence?
The many people who travel the Mass. Pike on a daily basis would get a break under legislation being considered on Beacon Hill Tuesday.