Monthly Archives: December 2009

Maintaining Momentum As The Wave of Reform Recedes

TweetIt hasn’t been just the biting cold and the encroaching night that has made this December depressing.  The collapse of the Senate’s version of Health Reform into an insurance and drug industry subsidy program, the failure to reach agreement on … Continue reading

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Ten Steps To Make Boston a World-class Bicycling City

TweetMayor Menino says he want to make Boston a “world class bicycling city.”  And now that he’s been elected to an unprecedented fifth term, he says that he’s ready to take additional risks to bring significant improvement.  So what needs … Continue reading

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Learning from 28x – The Zen of Project Planning

TweetDespite having a high percentage of transit-dependent households, the mostly low-income and non-white sections of Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan have some of the area’s worst transportation options.  The buses are old, over crowded, and slow.  There is no trolley or … Continue reading

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