AS PUBLIC SIMMERS, BAKER TOUTS TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENTS
4/24/19 2:26 PM
Facing blame from Democrats for mounting public frustration with clogged roads and public transit problems, Gov. Charlie Baker touted his administration's plan to pour more money into transportation over the next five years than "in any five-year period outside of the Big Dig," but said the state doesn't need to raise taxes to confront the congestion problems.
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