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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

The global trade war makes a local stop: Springfield

By , Globe Staff

The Chinese government-backed rail car company building cars for the MBTA’s Orange and Red lines won’t get any tariff relief, even though the cars are being assembled in Massachusetts.

Starts & Stops

The next Hub of cycling? Everett

By , Globe Staff

Everett, which already hosts dockless bikes from Lime, will soon set up rental stations for Bluebikes, too.

The worst gridlock in the US is right here in Boston

By , Globe Staff

The new civic milestone of sorts comes courtesy of INRIX’s annual report tracking traffic across the world.

Starts & Stops

MBTA says eliminating North Shore express routes will improve bus service

By , Globe Staff

It may seem counter-intuitive, but the idea is to run more frequent service by freeing buses from downtown traffic.