From Sen. Eric Lesser and Rep. Antonio F.D. Cabral, chairs of the Gateway City: from the standpoint of both public health and social and economic well-being, COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for Gateway Cities.
If we hope to spur growth and attract residents, jobs, and talent to our Massachusetts Gateway Cities, we need a transportation funding package that includes multiple tools to transform passenger rail.
This week on Gateways, Tracy is joined by Denny Zane, Executive Director of Move LA. Having lived in Massachusetts, Denny is familiar with the unreliable public transit that Commonwealth riders deal with on a daily basis.
This week on Gateways, Tracy returns from a visit to Washington, D.C., where she attended the National Conference of Mayors and heard about transportation models from far and wide that could potentially serve as something for our Commonwealth to aspire to.
This week on Gateways, Ben learns about the role of street workers in public health focused youth violence prevention efforts. UTEC’s Geoff Foster, Nichelle Sadler, and Leslie Rivera share their experiences as street workers.