The latest Transit Feasibility Study funded by the state department of transportation got a name change this week, removing the word “study,” which often evokes feelings of frustration and government inefficiency. The new Transit Feasibility Plan is meant to signal action, rather than stagnancy.

“We’re focused on figuring out what the project is [and] how to fund it,” said Scott Pringle, a group director with Jacobs Engineering (NYSE: JEC).

Pringle and his team are working with the Hillsborough…