Now that the feds are squarely behind the 4.7-mile extension of the Green Line through Somerville into Medford—albeit in a truncated form and on a pushed-back schedule—it’s time to think about what other big-time transportation projects need to happen in the region.
So that’s our Friday Open Thread: What do you think the Boston area needs next in terms of public transit?
Sound off in the comments section below. No idea is too pie-in-the-sky.
- Green Line extension wins key federal approval for scaled-back version [Curbed Boston]
- Five Boston Transportation Projects That Need to Hurry Up and Arrive [Curbed Boston]
- The Red Line Stops in Arlington and Lexington [Curbed Boston]
- Boston helipad plan might be grounded for now [Curbed Boston]