BMRB In the News
How should Boston fund its future?
By Matt Kiefer BMRB Director and Sam Tyler BMRB President, OpEd The Boston Globe | April 10, 2018
A look at how infrastructure funding in Boston needs to change.
Mayor funds workers, rebuilt bridge in budget
By Dan Atkinson | Boston Herald | April 10, 2018
Walsh needs to keep an eye on what the influx of new employees will cost the city down the road. . . Research Bureau
Increased Parking Fines to Fund $5 Million in Transportation; Biking & Bus Improvements Emphasized
April 4, 2018 | Northendwaterfront.com
Increasing parking fines not adjusted since 2008 is smart public policy leading to more reliable commutes. . . Research Bureau
Walsh administration to increase parking fines, implement transportation infrastructure
April 5, 2018 | By Michelle Shvimer | The Daily Free Press
Improving bus transit, which will include a “Transit Team” that will work with city officials to implement better travel strategies, will be crucial going forward…Research Bureau
Businesses have already kicked in $3 million for homeless fund, Walsh says
Milton J. Valencia | The Boston Globe |
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