This is a page where we maintain a listing of resources that are only indirectly related to the primary topic of this website.
Public Participation Plan (PDF)
MassDOT | May 2014
Moving Forward with Funding | New strategies to support transportation and balanced regional economic growth
MassInc | October 2011
A fantastic resource for information on how transportation is funded in the Commonwealth.
“What Does Massachusetts Transportation Funding Support and What Are the Revenue Sources”
Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center | January 2017
“Train Operations | Adopting Leading Practices Could Improve Passenger Boarding Experience” (PDF)
Amtrak Office of Inspector General | September 2016
“Living with Rail”
Vermont Transportation Board 2016 Report
The Transportation Board’s 2016 Annual Report documents the comments the Board received during a recent series of public forums that focused on state transportation policy associated with trains – both passenger and freight. The report documents Vermonters’ support for, as well as concerns about, the expansion of passenger rail, future property development associated with railroad activity, and the various quality-of-life issues that come with living close to trains.
Pilot Service Proposal for Commuter Rail Extension to Foxborough (PDF)
MassDOT | February 2017
Connecticut Rail Station Governance Study – Task 4.4 Operations Review (PDF)
Connecticut Dept. of Transportation | 2004
Running Express: 2017 Outlook for the Intercity Bus Industry in the United States (PDF)
Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development at DePaul University | January 2017
Amtrak: Overview (PDF)
By David R. Peterman | Congressional Research Service | September 28, 2017
Who Pays for Roads? How the “Users Pay” Myth Gets in the Way of Solving America’s Transportation Problems
By Tony Dutzik and Gideon Weissman | Frontier Group | Spring 2015
Reports from the National Academies Press
Note that all reports shown may be downloaded at no cost.
This file cabinet was inspired by the public file cabinet that is provided on the City of Northampton’s website. If only every governmental entity was so open with the information held in their public files.
Page last updated: March 2, 2018
Page last reviewed: January 18, 2017