Why should it take a Boston Olympic bid to fix the T?
BostInno - 01/09/2015
“If you’re going to host the Olympics, now you have to get it done on a certain day,” Professor Stephanie Pollack, of the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University, told Quinn. “It gives you a calendar that you cannot miss, and public projects don’t usually have this.” So, if this is in fact the case – be easy, commuters, the T will be more than efficient by 2024. Because, after all, the city – Boston – can’t afford to embarrass itself on a world stage.