WESTBOROUGH – Government can be a great thing when it’s working properly, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito told a crowd of business leaders Monday evening.
WORCESTER – The WRTA Advisory Board is seeking input on several proposed service changes for bus riders that, if approved, will become effective the end of January 2016.
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority is adding bus route that will run between three of the city’s colleges throughout the academic year, in an agreement with the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA).
Worcester, MA – After nearly 40 years holding public service positions, with his last as the Administrator of the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA), Stephen O’Neil announced his retirement to the WRTA’s Advisory Board last week.
Worcester _ The Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) will hold public meetings at the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, Union Hall, Suite 200, Union Station, Worcester, to review the recently completed WRTA Regional Transit Plan. The plan, which was drafted in response to requirements of the Transportation Finance Bill passed in 2013, identifies the WRTA’s existing service and explores local markets with potential ridership.
After 10 years, Holden Days will have a new event sponsor: Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation.
According to Wachusett Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jen Stanovich, Stony Farm Realty passed on being the main event sponsor this year, and Brian Moore, aRutland resident and Branch Manager for Fairway, stepped up.
WORCESTER – The discovery of more toxic waste on Worcester Regional Transit Authority property, once owned by NSTAR, has triggered the state to order the power company to help clean up the Quinsigamond Avenue site.
WORCESTER – The Department of Justice conversations on race continue in Worcester with a meeting tonight focusing on youth and education.
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The Worcester Telegram & Gazette (“T&G”) ran a front-page article Sunday, March 1 on the extraordinary and unanticipated environmental cleanup costs at property acquired just a year ago by the Worcester Regional Transit Authority (“Taxpayers left with bill to clean toxins, asbestos at future WRTA home.”)