Introducing Boston Next: The Evolution Of Our CityDuring the month of May, WBZ takes an in-depth look at the past, present, and future of Boston. Issues range from Transportation, Politics, Technology, Security, Housing, Climate and Race Relations.
Gov. Baker Seeks $250M For Local Transportation ProjectsGov. Charlie Baker's administration is asking lawmakers to authorize $250 million for local transportation projects, including $50 million for upgrades on small bridges.
MBTA Bans Political Ads After Israel ControversyThe board that oversees Boston's transit system has voted to no longer accept advertising on political and social issues, days after controversy erupted over an ad that accuses the Israeli military of killing Palestinian children.
New Uber Safety Feature Lets Boston Riders Quickly Share ETAUber says it's aiming to take the anonymity out of a trip.
Disabled Green Line Train Frustrates T Riders In BostonThe MBTA's Green Line station at Copley Square was shut down on Sunday afternoon after a train heading outbound became disabled, frustrating passengers trying to reach their destinations.
MBTA's Repair Backlog Climbs Above $7 BillionThe projected cost of bringing Boston's transit system into overall sound working order has climbed again.
Former Vermont Transit Chief To Push Montreal Train RouteA former Vermont transportation secretary is coming out of retirement to help plan resumption of passenger train service between the northeastern United States and Montreal.
Baker, Walsh Discuss State Of The City And Commonwealth At WBZ Business BreakfastThe WBZ Business Breakfast featured both Governor Charlie Baker and Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh.
Massachusetts Gas Prices Remain UnchangedMassachusetts gas prices have leveled off, remaining unchanged from last week.
Keller @ Large: Baker Says T Control Board Would Bring ‘Sense Of Urgency’Baker also tells Keller he wants to see a detailed plan from Boston's Olympic bid organizers.
Transportation Expert: New Vision Needed To Repair RoadsA transportation expert says Massachusetts needs a new vision when it comes to repairing aging roads.