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WBZ NewsWatch With Joe Mathieu: Transportation Secretary Richard DaveyWBZ NewsWatch with Joe Mathieu returned Wednesday on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 with Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Richard Davey as Joe’s guest.
MBTA Commuter Lots To Start Taking Credit CardsBy August 1st, credit and debit card readers will be installed at the Wonderland, Rout 128, Alewife, Quincy-Adams and Braintree Stations.
New Real-Time Traffic Signs Unveiled On I-93The state Department of Transportation unveiled new message boards Monday that will provide real-time traffic information on Interstate 93 from Canton to the New Hampshire border.
Boston Gets Transportation Lesson From SpainBarcelona and the Catalonia region of Spain came to Northeastern University to give Boston a lesson on how to invest in regional transportation.
MassDOT Beginning To Change Signs At Toll PlazasMassDOT is launching an overhaul of signs at toll plazas on the Turnpike, Tobin Bridge and Airport Tunnels to improve safety and meet federal highway guidelines.
Gov. Patrick: MBTA Raised Fares To Avoid "Drastic" CutsGov. Deval Patrick says he supports a plan by the MBTA to raise fares while avoiding what he calls "drastic" cuts in service on the Boston-area transit system.
"Superheroes" Force State Transportation Board To Cut Meeting ShortA group of MBTA riders interrupted a transportation finance and audit committee meeting on Tuesday morning.
Mass. Lawmakers Pressured On Planned MBTA Hikes State lawmakers are under growing pressure to help solve the MBTA's funding crisis and head off steep fare hikes and service reductions.
Bradley Jay: 'The Big Dig Is The Gift That Keeps On Taking.'Greenway is rather dreary. The memory of Rose Kennedy deserves better.
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Keller @ Large: Richard Davey On Fare Hike, Greenway ConservancyTransportation Secretary Richard Davey says there will be a fare increase on the MBTA this year and the Greenway Conservancy needs to wean itself off of state funding.
Kennedy Greenway Executive Director Makes $185,000 A YearThe Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy's executive director Nancy Brennan and four other officials make six-figure salaries, according to newly released records.
Davey Wants Greenway To Open Up Books On FinancesState Transportation Secretary Richard Davey wants answers after the Rose Kennedy Greenway Executive Director fended off questions from reporters asking that its financial records be made public.
MBTA Banning Alcohol AdsThe MBTA is moving to ban all alcohol ads on its trains, buses, or stations starting July 1 in a move aimed at fighting underage drinking.