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Looking for a way forward in transportation

After Sunday’s roundup, we feature more readers’ views on Greater Boston’s transportation challenges.

(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 23, 2018 a man rides an electric scooter in Lille, northern France. - New forms of transport compete with scooters, representing the most dynamic market in France with one million scooters in circulation, AFP reported on October 1, 2018. (Photo by Philippe HUGUEN / AFP)PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images

Ideas | Amy Crawford

Little vehicles, big decisions

The law is about to catch up to electric scooters.

Letters

From point A to point B, and everything in between

Readers had a range of views on Greater Boston’s transportation challenges, from concerns about inequity to an appeal from west of Worcester.

IDEAS | FIXING BOSTON TRANSPORTATION | SAGE STOSSEL

Transportation keeps evolving, but human nature stays the same

Transit innovations will change the way we commute. But there are some things that will never change.

Commuters drive into downtown in August.

IDEAS | FIXING BOSTON TRANSPORTATION | JEFF JACOBY

Build more highways (and make drivers pay)

Our snarled roadways are less like obesity, an unhealthy condition to be treated and overcome, than like a teen’s growth, a natural development to be welcomed and accommodated.

4 ways (and then some) to cut our commutes

Bostonians used to complain about the hopeless Red Sox; now they kvetch about how bad their commutes have become. Can we fix transportation before congestion cripples us?