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June 2016

Atlanta streetcar still in limbo over safety concerns

The City of Atlanta on Tuesday submitted plans to fix a slew of problems with its troubled streetcar, but it’s unclear whether those plans will pass muster with state regulators who have threatened to shut it down. Read More... BOB... Continue Reading →

Hollywood hopes to get a Tri-Rail Coastal Link Station Downtown at Hollywood Blvd.

David Volz | Hollywood Gazette   The City of Hollywood is hoping that the Tri-Rail Coastal Link will place one its stations in the City.   “We would like to be one of the first train stations for the Coastal... Continue Reading →

So, how close is the apartment to public transit?

When Evan Ozimek-Maier and his wife, Alyssa, moved back to Massachusetts from California, they had one key requirement for their new home: It had to be close to public transportation. Read more...   JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF  

Make room for Granny, and other zoning fixes

As the population ages in Massachusetts, cities and towns across the state should make room for Grandma and Grandpa even in residential areas dominated by single-family homes.  Read more... SHUTTERSTOCK/AIR IMAGES

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