The Boston Globe recently asked readers their thoughts on what the future of transportation should look like — and they “responded in force.”
From the suburbs to subways, readers wrote about their troubles with transportation. To read their responses, click here.
Got other ideas? The Merrimack Valley would love to hear them. We’re always looking for […]
Updated 9:45 a.m., Sept. 16
COMMUTER RAIL: Haverhill Line trains will resume normal operations today, Sunday, Sept. 16.
ANDOVER: All residents may return home. For more information, click here.
LAWRENCE: Residents are being allowed back into their homes. Click here for updates.
The Eagle-Tribune reported that work has begun to replace the Haverhill Interstate 495 bridge over the Merrimack River and it will not be finished until June 22.
The $102 million project spans the length of the highway, both north and south, between exits 48 and 49, including the […]
(FROM WCVB) Boston is home to some of the worst drivers in the country.That’s according to a report from insurance company Allstate, which published a list of America’s best drivers and ranked Boston 199 out of 200.
The MBTA is giving riders a chance to check out what the new trains may look like for the Red Line.
The Boston Globe reports two-thirds of a mock train will be on display at City Hall Plaza so people can take a look at the interior and exterior before they are purchased next year.
To read […]
The MBTA is looking for commuters’ input on its “Focus40” plan, a five-year capital investment plan to improve programs to better service to customers and communities. The 12 programs being looked at include:
8 programs focus on existing MBTA modes and services (Red Line, Bus, Commuter Rail, etc.)