With an initial $5 million commitment for 2018, Barr Foundation adds climate resilience as a third priority of its Climate program.
Arlington, Everett, and Cambridge in partnership with Watertown, receive $100,000 grants to demonstrate BRT’s potential.
They entered the room as adversaries. They left as partners, committed, for their children’s sake, to solve a pressing climate challenge.
Eight lessons from Massachusetts leaders on a study tour of mobility innovations in Seattle.
For two weeks, Silver Line riders boarded the bus through three doors instead of one. Here’s how it changed the commuting experience.
Ambitious new goals set for next phase of highly successful, market-based effort to reduce emissions and spur clean energy.
Insights into new efforts to expand ferry service in Boston Harbor, from Alice Brown of Boston Harbor Now.
Sharing the big ideas and ongoing conversations from the Meeting of the Minds Boston Mobility Summit.
Barr Climate Program Co-Director Mary Skelton Roberts interviews State Representative Russell Holmes and A Better City CEO Rick Dimino, members of a newly-formed advisory committee for BostonBRT.
Recent remarks from Barr’s president reaffirming the Foundation’s commitment to advance ambitious goals, in partnership with others continuing to lead.