After MBTA launched its online slow zone tracker in March, the Red Line’s total slow zone time has not decreased from February, but increased.
After a ceiling panel fell and nearly hit a rider at the Harvard Square station on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Red Line Wednesday afternoon, the transit system began an audit of all similar panels on Friday.
One week away from the Harvard-Yale Game, College students said they are juggling a whirlwind of logistics — transportation, housing, and tickets — to adapt to coronavirus-related restrictions surrounding the Game.
Now, students are turning in increasing numbers to BlueBikes, a bicycle sharing system that operates in the Boston metropolitan area, to get around.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation Board announced Monday a new proposal for the design of the Allston Multimodal Project which would not alter the Massachusetts Turnpike and Soldiers Field Road.
Harvard Transportation and Parking stopped running its shuttles Monday, shifting to an on-demand van service to serve the University’s mostly empty campus.
In the meeting, officials went over a draft of an environmental impact scoping report for the $1.1 billion project, which will lower the Mass. Turnpike to ground level in Allston and elevate Soldiers Field Road along the Charles River onto a new viaduct.
The Cambridge City Council held a hearing of the Transportation and Public Utilities Committee on Tuesday to discuss a safety initiatives for bicyclists.
A sudden inundation of electric ride-sharing scooters so startled the City of Cambridge this summer that officials took legal action to halt their spread. Now, the city is pondering piloting an electric scooter program.
The City of Cambridge highlighted affordable housing measures, infrastructure developments, and transportation policies in annual report.
Mass. Secretary Matthew A. Beaton called for further review by the Department of Transportation’s recent evaluation of Allston’s West Station.