Gateway Cities can’t afford cuts to MBTA service

The Gateway Cities Journal

By the time we emerge from the pandemic and turn the economy back on, we will be winding down the transportation networks central to an equitable recovery. But an affordable, accessible, and reliable public transit is especially vital to Gateway City revitalization.

Pre-Covid Homebuying Trends May Widen Racial Wealth Gaps in Massachusetts

A new report from MassINC’s Gateway Cities Innovation Institute finds a concerning pattern in Black and Latino homebuying trends that could exacerbate the racial wealth gap.

For Immediate Release Monday, September 28, 2020 Press Contact: Meridith St. Jean Phone: 802-881-1138 Email: mstjean@massinc.org   Pre-Covid Homebuying Trends May Widen Racial Wealth Gaps in Massachusetts Boston – A new report from MassINC’s Gateway Cities Innovation Institute finds a concerning pattern in Black and Latino homebuying trends that could exacerbate the racial wealth gap. Priced

Moving Forward with Mobility: What will the post-COVID future of transportation hold?

The Gateways Podcast Episode 62

In response to the pandemic, the MBTA allowed for back-door boarding on buses, making rides effectively free. But is that the right plan?Two guests stop by the Gateways Podcast to continue the transportation conversation — Jarred Johnson, director of TransitMatters and Brenna Robeson, lead coordinator at Zero Fare WRTA Coalition.

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