An interesting pitch in Boston: use transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft to provide paratransit services.
5 days ago   WBUR
<p>A shift in the market has once again transformed the vision for developing Boston's One Kenmore, a Massachussetts Turnpike air rights development project in the heart of the city's Kenmore Square/Fenway Park neighborhood.</p>
Jan 18, 2008   The Boston Globe
<p>An offshore wind power farm proposed for construction in the Nantucket Sound has been found to have only minimal environmental effects, clearing the way for the project's federal approval as soon as the end of the year.</p>
Jan 15, 2008   The Boston Globe
<p>TollRoads News reviews the "terminally inept Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff joint venture at the Massachusetts Turnpike's Big Dig project", and examines how the project is improving mobility -- estimated to be worth $168 million per year.</p>
Jan 3, 2008   TOLLROADSnews
<p>With the end of 2007 comes the official end of Boston's "Big Dig."</p>
Dec 29, 2007   NPR
<p>Discontent with one particular type of public levy, the local property tax, is gaining momentum across the country. Disgruntled homeowners are demanding that governors and mayors find alternative methods to raise revenue.</p>
Dec 27, 2007   Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
<p>A new interactive information sharing network has been created to help commuters work their commute efficiently and with the most information possible.</p>
Dec 21, 2007   Boson Now
<p>Buyers looking to snatch up renter-occupied foreclosed homes and apartment buildings are meeting opposition from mortgage companies who want all tenants out before a sale. This leaves many buyers unsatisfied and many renters feeling insecure.</p>
Dec 18, 2007   The Boston Globe
<p>A report by <em>The Boston Globe</em> finds that the Boston area transit system costs less to operate than other major American transit systems -- but it has one of the worst on-time arrival performances in the nation.</p>
Dec 10, 2007   The Boston Globe
<p>The City Journal examines lessons from Boston's 35-year, $14.8 billion Big Dig project and asks how can American invest in infrastructure -- and do it intelligently?</p>
Dec 10, 2007   City Journal
<p>The disappearance of gay bars in the Boston area signals a change in the city's character and the vibrancy of it's public space. In this piece, Robert David Sullivan argues the change is bad for everyone in the city, gay and straight.</p>
Dec 7, 2007   The Boston Globe