Let's Get Moving Updates

MASSPIRG's Transportation Advocate Matt Casale testified in support of key transportation funding inititative. 

News Release | MASSPIRG | Transportation

Fifteen Organizations Support Complaint Filed Over Eliminated MBTA Late-Night Service

Fifteen organizations have issued letters supporting the complaint filed to the Federal Transit Administration in July by the Conservation Law Foundation, Alternatives for Community and Environment and Greater Four Corners Action Coalition. The complaint asked the FTA to compel the MBTA to implement an alternative to the cancelled Late-Night Service that would reduce the disproportionately high and adverse effects cancelling Late-Night Service had on low-income and minority riders.

Media Hit | Transportation

A Roadmap to Zero-Carbon Transportation

Our staff attorney Kirstie Pecci joined Tony Dutzik on BNN to discuss their vision for a zero-carbon transportation future.

MBTA to Riders: TAKE A HIKE

By | Kirstie Pecci
Staff Attorney

The MBTA's Fiscal Management and Control Board votes to raise fares by almost 10%. Citizens express outrage by taking over the meeting.

Media Hit | Transportation

Kirstie Pecci and John Olivieri discuss how to reduce driving in Massachusetts on BNN

MASSPIRG's Kirstie Pecci and John Olivieri discuss their new report What's at Stake and how to reduce driving in Massahusetts with Chris Lovett on BNN. 

Media Hit | Transportation

Boston.com Morning Show interviews John Olivieri on What's at Stake

MASSPIRG's John Olivieri talked with Kim Carrigan of Boston.com's Morning Show about our new report, What's at Stake, and the benefits reduced driving will have for Massachusetts.

Media Hit | Transportation

How much can Massachusetts save from driving less?

In a report to be released Monday, researchers say Massachusetts drivers can save about $2.3 billion annually if they hit the road just one percentage point less than they’re projected to drive from 2015 to 2030.

News Release | MASSPIRG | Transportation

AMTRAK DERAILMENT HIGHLIGHTS NEED TO FUND RAIL AND TRANSIT AS HOUSE VOTES TO CUT $260 MILLION IN AMTRAK BUDGET

While it’s unclear whether the Amtrak derailment on Tuesday near Philadelphia was directly the result of inadequate maintenance and repair, the tragedy highlights the need for Congress to adequately fund transit infrastructure, repair and maintenance. 

This week Transportation for Massachusetts, the Conservation Law Foundation and MASSPIRG released their second progress report on funding and reforms created by the Transportation Finance Act of 2013. The report, Keeping on Track: Our Second Progress Report on Reforming and Funding Transportation Since Passage of the Massachusetts Transportation Finance Act of 2013, evaluates the progress made and the challenges that have arisen since enacting that law.

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