Under an agreement with the Conservation Law Foundation, Massport is obligated to increase the number of Logan passengers who arrive in some form of high-occupancy vehicle to 40 percent by 2027. The people-mover proposal is unrelated to that agreement, but CLF vice president Rafael Mares said if enacted, it could help Logan meet or even exceed that goal.
“It would make it easier for people to use the Blue Line, for people to get to and from the airport,” he said. “To the extent something can reduce the time it takes to get from Airport Station to the particular terminal you’re going to, and increase the reliability, that could be positive.”
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