Will Boston’s next mayor take the T to City Hall?

The road to Boston’s highest office might run north through the heart of the city, along some of its most popular bus lines. Continue reading

TCI opponents push other states to reject controversial carbon tax

Opponents of a controversial carbon tax that will push up the price of gas are lobbying a consortium of mid-Atlantic states to reject an agreement Massachusetts struck last month with several other states in an effort to doom the deal. Continue reading

Even During Pandemic, MBTA Overtime Train Kept Chugging Along

Managers blame lost fare revenue for the estimated roughly $600 million budget gap. But critics say the T's budget woes predate the pandemic, driven by poor planning and staff shortages in key roles. Continue reading

Local Transit Advocates Weigh In On Pete Buttigieg As Transportation Secretary

With Mayor Pete Buttigieg poised to become the next US Secretary of Transportation, GBH news reached out to four well-known local transit advocates to get their take on what to expect. Continue reading

Most MA Residents Oppose Cuts to Public Transportation

BOSTON -- The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is laying off workers and cutting services in the face of a budget deficit. Continue reading

Here’s a month-by-month look at how 2021 might play out

Off to a slow start, rocky in places and ripe for setbacks, 2021 should nonetheless deliver some semblance of normalcy again Continue reading