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Adam Vaccaro

Adam Vaccaro covers transportation, infrastructure, and commuter issues for the Globe. Adam commutes mostly by bike and subway, though he shares a car with his wife. A native of Massachusetts, he has previously written for Boston.com, Inc. magazine, and the Patriot Ledger.

Latest stories

Replacement of Cape Cod bridges moves forward with federal-state deal

By , Globe Staff

The state will assume ownership of the bridges and control of the massive, $1 billion-plus construction project.

The North Washington Street Bridge is about to come down

By , Globe Staff

A temporary bridge will carry traffic in out of downtown Boston while the aging truss bridge is demolished.

Baker approves one-year extension for MBTA board amid pandemic, financial challenges

By , Globe Staff

Governor Charlie Baker signed off late Thursday on a one-year extension of the MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board, keeping the agency’s oversight panel in place through the next stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The MBTA is sharing crowding information during the pandemic. So, how does it work?

By , Globe Staff

The latest MBTA digital feature would have been nice to have months ago, but now seems borderline critical during an infectious disease outbreak: live information on how crowded that next bus is, allowing riders to decide if there’s enough room to safely board and observe social distancing.