State Wants To Spend $1 Billion For Transportation Needs
Gov. Deval Patrick and Transportation Secretary Richard Davey have outlined a plan to overhaul the state’s ailing transportation system. And it’s expensive. It includes an additional $1 billion to expand rail, fix highways, and replace ageing subways.
- Fred Thys, WBUR Reporter
- Massachusetts Transportation Report: The Way Forward, A 21st Century Transportation Plan (PDF)
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