In spite of the city's pressing housing shortage and ambitious climate goals, which call for fewer cars on Boston's streets, project approvals for 2022 include more parking and less housing compared to 2021.
It's a story that will likely be repeated all over the country as cash-strapped transit systems have to figure out what to do as federal Covid relief money dries up ... and riders have not fully returned.
Secretary Buttigieg said all the right things in a recent interview about the Biden administration's street safety grants.
This week, Colin Parent, executive director of Circulate San Diego, comes on the program to talk about his new report, "Fast Bus! How San Diego Can Make Progress by Speeding Up the Bus." That title should say it all!
More than half of the U.S. population will soon live in cities or counties with a Safe Streets action plan in place, thanks to a wave of new funding from. Washington.
Amtrak Joe is at it again, traveling to Baltimore and New York to announce infrastructure funding for two rail tunnels.