Tag Archives: transportation

TONIGHT 10/20: Discussion with Reason Foundation’s Baruch Feigenbaum

(I’m trying to be there. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Please join the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, Citizens for Limited Taxation, the Greater Boston Tea Party, and State Rep. Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman) for a discussion of transportation funding with the Reason Foundation’s Baruch Feigenbaum, a transportation policy analyst. The Reason Foundation recently released a report that compared all 50…

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Western Mass Toll Hiker Aaron Vega to Run for Western Mass Senate Special

A little noticed part of the recently passed transportation finance bill is a provision reinstating, after 17 years, the tolls on the westernmost six exits of the Massachusetts Turnpike.  MassLive.com has the details. Drivers of passenger vehicles would begin paying tolls again on Oct. 15 between Exits 1 and 6 on the western end of the Massachusetts Turnpike, according…

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What would you rather drive – the vehicle on the left or the vehicle on the right?

The vehicle on the left is the hybrid electric/combustion Chevy Volt.  Due to disasterous sales the price has been dropped 12.5% from a staggering  $39,995 to $34,995.  YTD Chevy has sold 11,643 Volts to customers who are supposedly clammering for alternative power vehicles – at least that is what you hear when Obama talks.  At 100K miles the battery in…

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