Ted Pyne

Leader of outreach and recruitment efforts to college students, TransitMatters

Stories by Ted Pyne

Silver Line is flawed – but fixable

Silver Line is flawed – but fixable

Improve existing system before adding shuttles, ferries, or gondolas

WITH THE 7.7 MILLION SQUARE FEET of development at Seaport Square approved by the Boston Planning and Development Agency, and a multitude of other development projects filling in further and further from the waterfront, it has become abundantly clear that the current state of Seaport District transit is inadequate to handle present, let alone future,(...)

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Giving T credit where credit is due

Giving T credit where credit is due

5 projects could be transformative for riders

THOSE OF US IN THE TRANSIT ADVOCACY community spend a lot of time, and rightfully so, identifying ways that the MBTA can improve its services.  There is much to be done, for example, to close the $7.3 billion state-of-good-repair gap in a reasonably prompt way.  Advocates for transit have a duty to point out areas(...)

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