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Roslindale, MA to get 43 new housing units – Transaction handled by TRA

Jordan Graham | Boston Herald Officials broke ground yesterday on a Roslindale development that will transform an MBTA substation vacant for more than 40 years and add middle-class housing, a project Mayor Martin J. Walsh said offers an affordable alternative... Continue Reading →

TRA Brings Wi-fi to the MBTA

TRA has successfully negotiated a long-term license agreement to expand and improve both the availability and the quality of the current Wi-Fi service on the MBTA Commuter Rail and Ferry Boats. The state-of-the-art standards will enhance the ridership experience throughout... Continue Reading →

TRA managing MBTA selling of former ferry terminal in Quincy

Thomas Grillo | Boston Business Journal The MBTA is selling the former ferry terminal building and the 7.8-acre parcel at the Fore River Shipyard on Washington Street at the Fore River Bridge in Quincy. The T is seeking bidders for... Continue Reading →

Placemaking Through Transit Oriented Development at the Forest Park MetroLink Station

Lenora Fisher | Citizens For Modern Transit On Tuesday, February 25th CMT welcomed the Transit Oriented Development ‘Deal’ Guy, Francis DeCoste, to St. Louis.  Before a crowd of more than 80 St. Louis civic and community leaders, Mr. DeCoste discussed... Continue Reading →

Purchase agreement announced for Malden city hall

Nathan Lamb | Wicked Local The City of Malden has struck a $9.8 million deal to sell City Hall and the neighboring police station to a private developer. A land disposition agreement to sell the 2.25-acre parcel at 200 Pleasant... Continue Reading →

$65M Harvard Square redevelopment to break ground

Thomas Grillo | Boston Business Journal The ground breaking of 114 Mount Auburn St. and the redevelopment of the Conductor’s Building in Cambridge, Mass., is set for Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 9:30 a.m. In 2012, Carpenter & Co. bought the Cambridge... Continue Reading →

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