On second thought, T zoning proposal needs a redo

LAST SUMMER, a traffic snarl on the Massachusetts Turnpike sent me south to Route 20. Driving west, I found myself in a desolate landscape more akin to deindustrialized Ohio than prosperous eastern Massachusetts. ┬áIt threw me back to the late 1970s, when Boston contained 20,000 vacant house lots and 140,000 fewer residents than today. I … Continue reading On second thought, T zoning proposal needs a redo