Transportation

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Charlie Has a Lot of Company

Whenever we pass a gas station, we’re always grateful that we don’t rely on a car to get to work. As the price of fuel […]

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Rhode Island Poaches Talent from Big Dig

People often ask me why I left Rhode Island, especially when I’m down there a couple of times a month during the summer to enjoy […]

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Everything’s Just Ducky for Super Duck Excursions

Much like sprouting daffodils, the first sighting of the Duck Tours signals the return of spring in Boston. We’ve got a love-hate relationship with the […]

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Get Ready to Hoof It

We’ve got good news, and we’ve got bad news. The good? It’s going to be a fun weekend in Boston. The bad news? City-dwellers are […]

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Things Get Hot on the Red Line

With gas prices soaring, it’s not surprising that T ridership is way up, but it will probably take $5 a gallon gas to keep those […]

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The Globe Nails a Parking Violator

My high school principal drove a black Mitsubishi Eclipse with an easily-identifiable vanity plate. So you can imagine the fun a bunch of high schoolers […]

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Thanks, But We’d Rather Walk

Whenever we ride by a gas station, we make a mental note of the astronomical prices. One morning a couple of weeks ago, my friend […]

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Where Did All the Vacationers Go?

My friends and I hit traffic only twice on the epic journey from Narragansett, Rhode Island back to Boston yesterday. The first patch was at […]

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Everybody Hates Logan

The last time we flew from Logan, we didn’t have a great experience. (Thanks again to the incompetent malcontents at the security checkpoints. If you’re […]

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The Herald Goes Green Baiting

While it may not be in contention for a Pulitzer, Jessica Van Sack’s expose on the MBTA’s elite team of perv hunters may be the […]

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Driving Us Mad

For the first time in a long, long, long while, we agree with the Boston Globe editorial board. (You’ll remember these are the same people […]

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The Cost of Love

Being in a long-distance relationship sucks. You stay tethered to your phone like a lovesick teenager to keep the lines of communication open. There’s no […]

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Mike Ross’ Excellent Biking Adventure

Mayor Tom Menino isn’t the only politician in the city who’s excited for Bay State Bike Week. Our MySpace friend and Boston City Councilor Mike […]

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T-Mizzy Keeps on Biking

Earlier today, we told you that we can’t ever see enough pictures of Mayor Tom Menino riding a bike. The Globe has this hilarious image […]

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It’s Not Easy Getting the Green Line

The epic struggle to get Green Line service extended into Somerville and Medford continued yesterday. The project’s advisory board met to discuss exactly where the […]