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MBTA may be planning more rail shutdowns
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MBTA may be planning more rail shutdowns
The MBTA is planning to double the amount of shuttle bus service in the next five years at a cost of tens of millions of dollars, with the possibility of another complete rail line shutdown in the works — and a transit advocate thinks the Red Line could be next to be taken offline.
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Public weighing in on Blue Hill Ave. redesign
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Public weighing in on Blue Hill Ave. redesign
City officials say they are moving forward with plans for an ambitious redesign of one of the city’s, and the Commonwealth’s, most persistently dangerous roadways: the three-mile stretch of Blue Hill Avenue connecting Mattapan to Dorchester’s Grove Hall.
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Pressley secures $20 million for Roxbury transportation projects
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Pressley secures $20 million for Roxbury transportation projects
U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley secured $20 million in federal funds for street improvements for Malcolm X Boulevard, Melnea Cass Boulevard and Warren Street. The funding for the three Roxbury thoroughfares will be targeted toward streetscape improvements aimed at improving climate resiliency, making sidewalks more accessible and streets more safe.
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Plan for high speed train elusive, despite strong public support
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Plan for high speed train elusive, despite strong public support
After a year-long stalemate between the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and Western Massachusetts legislators, transportation experts still see “no end in sight” for the creation of a high-speed commuter rail connecting Boston to the greater Western Massachusetts area, according to the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission.
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Vision for transport in Mass. unveiled
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Vision for transport in Mass. unveiled
Advocates, city councilors and state senators gathered last week to hear findings from Governor Charlie Baker’s commission on the future of transportation in Massachusetts, and to discuss ways to make their recommendations a reality.
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