Billboard Advertising - BostonEstablished in the early 1980's, MediaLease OOH is the original Boston, MA one stop shopping billboard advertising company, offering all types of traditional Out of Home advertising/media, to include Billboards, Interior & Exterior Rail & Bus Advertising, Bus Shelter Advertising, Mall Advertising & all Digital OOH formats to include Digital Billboards - Poster and Bulletins, Digital Bus Shelters and Digital Exterior Bus Advertising.
Out-of-Home Solutions in this area:
- Bulletins Billboards Advertising
- Bus Exteriors
- Arena & Stadium Advertising
- Location Based Advertising
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With over 12 million annual visitors from across the country and around the globe, tourists contributed over 8 billion dollars to the Boston economy last year. Boston's financial district includes major banks such as Bank of America, investment firms like Fidelity Investments, and insurance firms such as John Hancock Financial Services. More than two million pounds of fish are caught in the waters in and around Boston each year, making fishing, food processing, and food storage prime industries.
Boston is home to numerous higher education centers, with more than 250,000 students attending college in Boston and Cambridge alone. Harvard University, the nation's oldest, is located across the Charles River in Cambridge. Its business and medical schools are in Boston. Boston, Massachusetts, is home to several major league sports teams, including the Boston Red Sox (baseball), Boston Celtics (basketball), and Boston Bruins (hockey). The New England Patriots (football) and New England Revolution (soccer) play at Gillette Stadium in nearby Foxborough. Several Boston-area colleges and universities are active in college athletics.
Interstate 90, commonly referred to as I-90, begins in Boston, and has the distinction of being the longest interstate in the United States. I-93, I-95 and I-495 all help maintain traffic in the Boston Metropolitan Area.
With subways, public transit, and more than 2500 taxis, nearly one third of Bostonians use public transit for their commute to work. In terms of daily ridership, the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) remains the nation's 5th largest mass transit system. It serves a population of over 4 million in 176 cities and towns with an area of 3,249 square miles. To carry out its mission it maintains 183 bus routes, 2 of which are Bus Rapid Transit lines, 3 rapid transit lines, 5 light rail (Central Subway/Green Line) routes, 4 trackless trolley lines and 13 commuter rail routes. Its roster of equipment consists of 1005 diesel and CNG buses, 32 dual mode buses, 28 ETB′s (electric trolley buses), 410 heavy rail vehicles, 200 light rail vehicles, 10 PCC's streetcars, 90 commuter rail locomotives, 410 commuter rail coaches and 464 MBTA-owned specially equipped vans and sedans, and an additional 182 contractor-supplied specially equipped vans and sedans. The average weekday ridership for the entire system is approximately 1.3 million passenger trips. While claiming to be America's oldest subway, it still remains the vibrant life stream of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts.chusetts.