A new poll from the MassINC Polling Group offers encouraging signs for a less-polluting future, but also offers a warning sign that officials can’t take riders’ comfort with mass transit for granted.
by James Sanna | May 11, 2020
Boston is actively considering converting car lanes to additional sidewalk space, bicycle lanes and bus lanes to help speed the city’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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