- Key findings
Outlines the economic, environmental, and quality-of-life implications of the state's transportation revenue shortfalls; background and contributing factors; outcomes of reform efforts; and suggested guidelines for public policy discussions.
All Massachusetts transportation systems are jeopardized by a long pattern of underinvestment. Tweet
It may seem counter intuitive, but Massachusetts transportation is maxed out today not because the state has spent too much on transportation, but because it has spent too little. Tweet
Reform before revenue made sense as a first step, but reform is not a substitute for revenue. Tweet
- Published by
- Transportation for Massachusetts
- Funded by
- Barr Foundation
- Document type
- Copyright 2011 Transportation for Massachusetts.