Isolation problem: T fares rising faster than cost of driving

Trend could hinder efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

IN NOVEMBER 1990, Bill Weld won his first election as governor, NBC aired the first full season of Seinfeld, and someone driving from Melrose to catch a Bruins game could expect to pay 87 cents more for the car trip than the $1.65 train fare into North Station. A lot has changed since then. Looking(...)

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