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MBTA announces plan to accelerate rail system upgrades

Rail| August 13, 2019

The move will deliver benefits to riders significantly faster and allow T crews to undertake multiple projects at the same time as opposed to performing projects one after the other.

MBTA celebrates launch of first battery-electric buses

Zero Emissions| August 5, 2019

The BEBs are powered by both rear-axle and center-axle electric motors to enhance safe operation during the winter months.

Management & Operations| July 29, 2019

Mass. Governor files $18B transportation bond bill

The authorization would be used to fund existing programs, as well as several new initiatives designed to lessen impacts from roadway congestion.

Mobility| July 23, 2019

TNCs divert riders from public transit, cost MBTA $20 million: Study

Analysis shows ride-hailing companies add traffic, reduce MBTA ridership, and increase greenhouse gas emissions across region.

Bus| June 25, 2019

Boston-area BRT pilots bring faster commutes, public enthusiasm

Public survey responses indicate the pilots sparked new ideas about local street use, with many respondents supporting making the pilot elements permanent or even expanding their reach.

Security and Safety | June 24, 2019

MBTA accelerates rail signal repairs after derailment

Red Line recovery work is expected to continue through the summer to gradually restore impacted portions of the Red Line to full service.

Rail| June 3, 2019

Boston's Commuter Rail Revived Through Rehab

Since Keolis began operation of the commuter rail system, it has worked with the MBTA to revitalize its aging fleet, improve track and infrastructure, and boost revenue and ridership.

Rail| May 16, 2019

Keolis honored for building diverse workforce, supporting community

Efforts include launching a program in 2016 to provide college and workforce training scholarships to 25 graduating high schoolers.

Technology| May 6, 2019

MBTA program uses AI to deliver info to blind, low-vision users

Aira connects blind or low-vision users with highly trained sighted agents who provide visual information about the user’s surroundings.

Accessibility| May 6, 2019

Transit Increases On-Demand Options for Wheelchair Users

While many have found success expanding mobility options for its paratransit clients, many agencies are now looking to provide that same level of service to those that need wheelchairs and other ambulatory devices.     

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