A region’s economy and livability depend on the ability of the transportation system to improve mobility and access to opportunity, support economic growth and anchor sustainable development patterns. The Dukakis Center conducts transportation research in: Sustainable and Equitable Transportation (ReSET), Transportation Finance, and Transit-Oriented Development.

A review of active and potential revenue sources for transportation operating, maintenance, and infrastructure projects in Massachusetts, including roads and highways, public transit systems, and bicycle and pedestrian upgrades.

Tools for equitable change in transit-rich neighborhoods.

The Dukakis Center's research to help shape the Massachusetts legislative debate on transportation funding.

Report analyzing core transit congestion and the future of transit and development in greater Boston.

Key learnings from transportation finance campaigns around the country to inform the MA transportation finance debate. 

A report describing the transportation needs and behaviors of Latino and working-class households living in Massachusetts.

A framework and benchmark indicators report on achieving a sustainable transportation system in greater Boston.

A station-area rating system for equitable transit-oriented development.

Proceeds from the Blue-Ribbon Summit on financing the MBTA and Regional Transit Authorities.

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