... CLF sues MassDevelopment, alleges Clean Water Act violations at Devens ...... AG: two men indicted in connection with trafficking victims for sex on Cape Cod, in Boston ...... MassDevelopment helping to finance charter school relocation in Franklin ...... State: jobless rates decreased in 13 market areas, increased in six during May ...... Democrats regroup on taxes after SJC ruling collapses income surtax push ...... Debate heating up over cost, safety impacts of nurse staffing ballot question ...... State House News Forum Wednesday will look at the expanding cannabis economy in Massachusetts ...... Next move on extreme risk protective order is up to the House ...... Major funding boost likely for ABCC and Goldberg says it's "desperately" needed ...... Peisch, Chang-Diaz leading six-member conference committee on civics education bill ...
Latest Headlines:
House:
ADJOURNED 'til Monday at 11 a.m.
Senate:
ADJOURNED 'til Monday at 11 a.m.

REGIONAL BUS SERVICE, FUNDING COMING UNDER SCRUTINY

Supporters of public bus transit in the Worcester area are warning of "death spiral" in services and say underfunding of regional transit authorities also looms as a threat in the Springfield, Merrimack Valley and other areas.

Justin Lawson, a Worcester Regional Transit Authority bus driver, told the News Service Sunday that grassroots support for regional transit services is growing and he's received positive feedback from lawmakers, who hold most of the control over the state budget, after discussing his concerns.


Get the Rest of the Story!

Request a Free 21-day Trial:

Please fill in all requested information.



ZIP code or phone number is not valid.

() ext.

Please enter a valid e-mail address.

'E-mail' and 'Confirm E-mail' must match.



 
 
State House News Service