Starting on March 22nd of this year, Government Center on “the T,” as the subway is known by the locals in Boston, will be closed for renovation. Continue Reading Government Center’s closure (Boston)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPWxs8FVSJM&feature=youtu.be[/youtube]Taking eight months to complete, at no cost to the T, Boston Under: After Hours is an MBTA production done with volunteers from the media department of the Department of Revenue.
For years, the T ridership have constantly voiced their concerns and grievances over not enough trains or too-short service hours. Continue Reading Boston Under: After Hours / An MBTA Production
Latest information from Metro news is that members of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Advisory Board have devised a potential alternative solution to solving the $161 million budget gap without putting the entire burden on just the riders through increased fares and severely decreased services.Continue Reading MBTA Advisory Board Offers New Proposal, 25 Percent Fare Increase With No Service Cuts
As a collaborative effort to create more accessible connections between key landmarks across the city, the Boston Transportation Department and the National Park Service has initiated a movement to connect transit hubs and historic sites all over Boston via new pedestrian and bicycle paths.Continue Reading Connect Historic Boston: New Pedestrian And Bike Paths To Link Transit Hubs And Historic Landmarks
In 2010, only 4.9 percent of all workers in the United States utilized their local public transit systems on their daily commutes to and from the office; a statistic that already took a dip from 5 percent in 2009, according to Continue Reading Boston Ranked Fourth In Most Used Public Transit Systems