Elon Musk envisioned the Hyperloop as an above-ground tube with pods that could travel at 700 miles per hour.
We’ve all seen people text and drive. Maybe you even do it yourself. But, the technology is here to say, and it’s not just texting — it’s GPS apps, email, Waze — all the incredibly useful things your smartphone helps you do while you’re in the car.
We debate the week’s news with Jim Stergios and David Boeri.
While the MBTA fiscal control board deliberates on whether to scale-back or do away with the planned green line extension, we look at how the big dig — moving Interstate 93 underground in downtown Boston — translated into a legal agreement to extend light rail to Somerville and Medford.
We talk to three experts about the promises and pitfalls of the transportation revolution underway throughout the nation.
The philosophy behind the initiative, originally from Sweden, is that while people might fail, the road systems never should.
With convention and hospitality space set to double over the next two decades, what strategies should the city use to mitigate road congestion?
Better traffic light programming has the potential to cut through gridlock, so why aren’t we using it?
In a WBUR traffic poll, one in eight Greater Bostonians considered changing their job to improve their commute.
Pollack joins us to talk about the state’s roads, bridges and public transportation systems as well as her first year in office.
Host Meghna Chakrabarti introduces us to newsmakers, big thinkers and artists and brings us stories of relevance to Bostonians here and around the region. Live every weekday at 3 p.m. and 10 p.m.
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