Massport has proposed new rules for ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft that would ban them from dropping passengers off at their terminals or picking them up in adjacent parking lots. In addition, there would be hikes in fees for all ride-share trips, which would apply to driver and passenger alike. The plan is meant to lessen traffic at the terminals, but would mean a much longer walk for travelers carrying luggage — even as Boston continues to invest in housing plans around the city that count on less people owning cars.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Jim Aloisi, former Massachusetts transportation secretary and board member for MassTransit; and Shirley Leung, WGBH News contributor and interim editorial page editor for The Boston Globe.i