The Transit Pass focuses on transportation infrastructure. Convinced that the movement of people is as critical as the movement of ideas, goods, and finances, the blog investigates and advocates for reform and innovation in the field of transportation. The site focuses on the advances, ideas, and problems facing various localities and modes of transportation around the United States and the world. I am not biased for one mode over another, believing multiple modes can and should coexist and different types of transportation are ideal for different environments. The site draws on a variety of resources, from newspapers to advocacy groups to law firms to governmental departments and beyond. If you’re interested in the evolution of contemporary transportation, you have found yourself a home.
My name is Matthew Meltzer. I am a law student at Boston College Law School. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007 with a degree in political science.
I can be contacted at meltzerm (at) gmail (dot) com