• August 2019 – Funding Transportation Solutions releases a transportation finance plan calling for a minimum of $50 billion in new investment over the next two decades to create the efficient, safe, and reliable system people and businesses deserve.
  • February 2019 - An Update on Transportation Finance identifies a projected $8.4 billion gap in Massachusetts transportation funding requirements between 2019 and 2028 and points to the need for a long-term, comprehensive plan to raise new revenue for the system.
  • December 2018 – The Future of Transportation presents an opportunity to shift the transportation conversation from its purely physical and operational dimensions to the role that transportation infrastructure can play in achieving a broader set of public goals.
  • February 2018 - Transportation Dividend: Transit Investments and The Massachusetts Economy shows that the economic benefits of the MBTA far outweigh near-term capital needs and that our region’s levels of expected growth over the next quarter century cannot be accommodated without investing strategically and deliberately in transit.
  • April 2016 – The Mobile Source Emissions Calculator helps the commercial real estate and business sectors understand how emissions from commuters, business fleets and business travel contribute to a facility’s overall greenhouse gas emissions.  The compendium report describes the calculator, its goals, methodology, benefits and uses. 
  • October 2015 - Dynamic Ridesharing Technologies explores ways to better serve the transportation needs of seniors and people with disabilities by utilizing new ridesharing technologies in paratransit services, particularly the MBTA’s The RIDE.
  • August 2015 - The Opportunities to Expand the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Corporate Pass Program aims to increase by 10% the number of small and medium-sized businesses participating in the MBTA Corporate Pass Program.
  • April 2015 - Unified Transportation Payment Media: Options for Massachusetts outlines possibilities for a unified payment system for transit services in the Commonwealth, enabling users to pay for transportation with their mobile phone or contactless credit/debit card.
  • August 2014 - Establishing an Effective Commute Trip Reduction Policy in Massachusetts reviews best practices in Trip Reduction Ordinances in communities throughout U.S. This data can help to strengthen the Massachusetts DEP Rideshare Regulation and Boston’s Transportation Access Agreement Plans.