Transportation

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The Innovative Transportation Index

This report reviews the availability of 11 technology-enabled transportation services – including online ridesourcing, carsharing, ridesharing, taxi hailing, static and real-time transit information, multi-modal apps, and virtual transit ticketing – in 70 U.S. cities. It finds that residents of 19 cities, with a combined population of nearly 28 million people, have access to eight or more of these services, with other cities catching up rapidly.

Kirstie Pecci, Staff Attorney for MASSPIRG, talks about the transportation vision assembled for Governor Charlie Baker in "The Next MassDOT" on BNN News with Chris Lovett

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MASSPIRG Applauds Appointment of Stephanie Pollack, Secretary of Transportation

On January 13, Governor Baker named Stephanie Pollack as Secretary of Transportation. We have worked closely with Pollack, and we applaud Governor Baker’s choice.

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Transportation for Massachusetts Releases The Next MassDOT

The Next MassDOT: A Transportation Vision for the Baker Administration, a new publication from Transportation for Massachusetts, providesrecommendations for strengthening the state’s transportation network.

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The Next MASSDOT

Massachusetts is at a pivotal moment with regard to transporation. In recent year, the Commonwealth has taken the first steps toward reversing the transportation system's long slide into debt and decay. Long-awaited reforms to transportation agencies are under way. Long-deferred projects to repair and modernize our transportation system are finally moving forward.

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced a $996 million grant to the MBTA to expand the Green Line 4.7 miles from East Cambridge to Somerville and Medford.

Vote No on Question 1

By | Ben Martin-McDonough
Administrator

Vote NO on Question 1 to make sure Massachusetts continues to invest in its roads, bridges, and public transporatation.

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Millennials in Motion

Millennials are less car-focused than older Americans and previous generations of young people, and their transportation behaviors continue to change in ways that reduce driving. Now is the time for the nation’s transportation policies to acknowledge, accommodate and support Millennials’ demands for a greater array of transportation choices.

On Monday, September 15th, MASSPIRG’s Kirstie Pecci presented “Transportation and the New Generation”.

Night Owl Service -- Let's Use It So We Don't Lose It

By | Kirstie Pecci
Staff Attorney

The MBTA is beginning a one-year pilot program tonight that will run the subway and key bus routes for an additional hour and a half on Friday and Saturday nights. As with any pilot program, however, if we don't use it, we're going to lose it.

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