A Post-COVID-19 World Needs Better Transit

Massachusetts is entering one of the toughest stretches of the coronavirus pandemic, but already some are laying the groundwork for what our new, post-virus “normal will look like.” It’s critical they don’t repeat the mistakes of the past.

Uber, Lyft Cost the MBTA At Least $23M Last Year

The MBTA went without $23 million last year in potential fare revenue from riders who decamped from the ailing public transit network for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft, according to a new report that also put a big estimate on the net carbon footprint of the companies.