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The Secret Lives of Zipcar Drivers

Emily Badger  | This Zipcar research suggests that what holds the whole thing together is self-interest, not community – and certainly not ideals about the environment, consumerism or sharing. Granted, Bardhi and Eckhardt gathered their findings among young, urban... Continue Reading →

Developer proposes $60 million apartment complex near JFK T stop

Erin Ailworth  | A Boston developer is looking to build a $60 million apartment complex with 278 units between the JFK/UMass MBTA station and the Shaw’s Supermarket on Morrissey Boulevard -- a potential step toward a more extensive development... Continue Reading →

As Ridership Increases so Does the Need for Retail

By RJ Long, TRA Project Manger MBTA ridership hit an all-time record of 400 million trips this past fiscal year. The ULI Boston report, Hub and Spoke, predicts that ridership could grow to upwards of 500 million trips by 2021.... Continue Reading →

There is a new star coming to Fenway. TOD becomes a neighbor

By: Francis DeCoste, TRA Chief Operating Officer As spring emerges, Bostonians usually shift their attention on all the action going at Fenway. Although this year, with the performance of the home town team being less than stellar, a new star... Continue Reading →

Boston officials approve Filene’s project

After a four-year work stoppage, the star-crossed Filene’s redevelopment is finally poised to move forward. Boston regulators Thursday approved construction of a 625-foot residential tower, and the restoration of the original Filene’s building into offices and stores. The $620 million... Continue Reading →

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