We’re hooked on cars, despite the gridlock. Only powerful incentives will change that, but major employers make it too easy to drive.
“You can’t find the cure for cancer while sitting in traffic.”
It’s become a persistent refrain for the booming biotech companies of Kendall Square.
Massachusetts is a global economic leader because of our culture of innovation, but our transportation system is holding us back. Employee commutes are becoming longer and more unpredictable. Our status...
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, a state agency that runs the system, estimates it will take about $10.1 billion and 13 more years to modernize it, with costs expected to rise as equipment ages. The agency said the fare increase was aimed at helping cover a budget deficit and making system improvements.