Transportation reform and the collaborative search for efficiency take another step forward beginning today.
A cooperative venture between the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority and the MBTA will save more than $500,000 a year. The Turnpike will use the MBTA money processing facility and armored courier services, replacing a contracted out service that cost $747,000 a year. The T will perform the same services for less than one-third of that cost.
Learn more about reform savings at the Turnpike.
RMV: New Boston Branch Location Opens Monday, September 15 posted on Sep 12
On Monday, September 15, the MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles Division will welcome customers to its new location in Boston’s Haymarket Center. The new branch is MassDOT owned and has been designed to improve efficiency and enhance customer privacy. The location also offers an E-ZPass …Continue Reading RMV: New Boston Branch Location Opens Monday, September 15
Green Line Extension Public Meeting October 2 posted on Sep 12
The Green Line Extension (GLX) Working Group will meet in October as follows: Thursday, October 2, 4:00-6:00pm, Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville The focus of the meeting is intended to be an interactive session, discussing construction and upcoming community …Continue Reading Green Line Extension Public Meeting October 2
Bus Plus: New Regional Commuter Service posted on Sep 11
MassDOT in partnership with Peter Pan Bus Lines today announced new regional transportation services coming soon as part of the new BusPlus program to increase the intercity and commuter transportation options available across the Commonwealth and all of New England. BusPlus is a public/private partnership …Continue Reading Bus Plus: New Regional Commuter Service