Governor Deval Patrick today rededicated South Station as “Governor Michael S. Dukakis South Station Transportation Center” in recognition of the former Governor’s devotion to public transportation and advocacy. Today’s ceremony at the newly-named South Station included the unveiling of a plaque on the corner of …Continue Reading Governor Patrick Rededicates “Governor Michael S. Dukakis South Station Transportation Center”
MassDOT announced today the submittal of a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the South Station Expansion project to the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs. As part of the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA), the document is noticed in today’s Environmental Monitor, initiating an …Continue Reading South Station Project: Draft Environmental Report Filed
WTS-Boston, the Boston Chapter of WTS Advancing Women in Transportation, announced selection of three artists as finalists to develop public art showcasing women’s contributions to the transportation industry. The art work will be located within the MBTA South Station transportation hub. The three finalists will …Continue Reading Boston South Station WTS Art Project Moves Forward
Thousands of people taking to the streets on bicycles. Companies setting up shop and making innovative two-wheelers. New transit facilities designed with cyclists in mind. Sound like Massachusetts today? It is . . . except that these events took place in the 1890s! While the …Continue Reading Bay State Bike Week: Old is New Again
For today’s South Station travelers, the latest news reports are as close as their smartphones – or at least the television monitors in the waiting area. But pre-television, not to mention pre-Internet, news reports with moving images could only be seen at the local theater. …Continue Reading South Station Theatre Reeled Them In
Happy Valentine’s Day! All this week MassDOT is telling stories shared with us by couples connecting at Boston South Station. Enjoy the final of four stories, and we thank everyone who responded to our call for Cupid. Are You a Dermatologist? Kristin Failla boarded the …Continue Reading South Station Romance: Are You a Dermatologist?
MassDOT invited readers to share stories of romance with a Boston South Station connection, and we are sharing four this week. Today’s story began more than a century ago. The Floured Suitor Destined for a new life in America, Mary Anne Ward emigrated from Ireland …Continue Reading South Station Romance: The Floured Suitor
MassDOT last month invited readers to share stories of romance with a Boston South Station twist. This week, we are sharing four of these stories, one each through Valentine’s Day. Enjoy! Taking the Midnight Train Shawn Marie and Jon Simmons’ romance began on the beach …Continue Reading South Station Romance: Taking the Midnight Train
Last month, MassDOT invited readers to share stories of romances that bloomed and grew at Boston South Station. As it turns out, Cupid does strike on the train and bus. Beginning today, MassDOT will post a story every day through Valentine’s Day. We hope you …Continue Reading South Station Romance Stories: Happy Valentine’s Day!
MassDOT next week continues its series of public meetings in Amherst, Pittsfield, and North Dartmouth to present two transportation planning documents: a Long-Range Transportation Plan, “weMove Massachusetts (WMM): Planning for Performance,” and the first draft of its five-year Capital Investment Plan (CIP) for FY2014-FY2018. The …Continue Reading Capital Investment Plan, weMove Mass Public Meetings Continue