Tue., June 28
Youth Way on the MBTA

Recent Episodes

Mon., 7/2/12
Viva La Literature

Mon., 7/2/12
Viva La Literature

The Callie Crossley Show

Marjorie Garber and Alicia Anstead join us.

Fri., 6/29/12
Let's Do the Time Warp (Never) Again!

Fri., 6/29/12
Let's Do the Time Warp (Never) Again!

The Callie Crossley Show

Garen Daly joins us.

Fri., 6/29/12
Week in Review

Fri., 6/29/12
Week in Review

The Callie Crossley Show

Peter Kadzis, Gintautas Dumcius and Sue O'Connell join us.

Thurs., 6/28/12
The Gavel Comes Down on Government

Thurs., 6/28/12
The Gavel Comes Down on Government

The Callie Crossley Show

Arnie Arnesen, Robert Whitcomb and Brian Rosman join us..

Wed., 6/27/12
60 Feet Underground

Wed., 6/27/12
60 Feet Underground

The Callie Crossley Show

Leon Neyfakh joins us.

Wed., 6/27/12
The Pru: A Love/Hate Story

Wed., 6/27/12
The Pru: A Love/Hate Story

The Callie Crossley Show

Elihu Rubin joins us.


Latest Comments


Related Content

Youth Way on the MBTA

Thousands of youths in the Boston area use the MBTA every weekday to get to school and after-school extracurricular activities. For some, the cost of riding the T is a heavy burden- even preventing students from being able to attend school. Today, we meet two teens working on a youth campaign to get the MBTA to create an improved Youth Pass- one that would cost $10/month, be available to anyone aged 12 to 21, and have no time restrictions.

Youth Way on the MBTA leaders Amatullah Mervin, 18, and Davonte Jordan, 17, join us. They are  co-authors of the June 2011 Report: Opportuni(T): Youth Riders, the Affordability Crisis, and the Youth Pass Solution.

News updates from WGBH

See a sample »

   

myWGBH