Monthly Archives: July 2010

Creating Change Requires Muscle: Levers for Transforming Transportation

TweetCreating change requires awareness and good intentions.  It also requires muscle. Massachusetts now has a long list of laws and regulations requiring the transformation of our transportation system from car-centric to multi-modal, from speedways to pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly “complete streets”, … Continue reading

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The Three Legs of Transportation Reform: And Why MassDOT Has To Start Standing On At Least Two Of Them

TweetThe debates leading up to the passage of the 2009 Transportation Restructuring Act had three themes: Organizational & Operational Reform: Creating a unified transportation authority that took a systemic approach and ended the infantile (and wasteful) feuding among the Turnpike, … Continue reading

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