An I-Team investigation has prompted a number of changes at the MBTA.
A 26-year employee with the MBTA suffered a broken spine and twisted lower back in the accident that the MBTA has determined was caused by a fatigued driver.
It was almost a “bah humbug” moment for the MBTA when a group of Christmas carolers were turned away by Transit Police at the Forest Hills station this week.
Beverly Scott spent a portion of her first day greeting customers at stations on the Blue and Orange lines in Boston.
New MBTA general manager Beverly Scott was at North and South Stations Monday, greeting passengers and getting familiar with her new challenges.
The State Transportation Secretary admits he didn’t know about the mess the MBTA’s new GM is leaving behind.
The I-Team finds the new head of the MBTA, Beverly Scott, is leaving a troubled transportation system in Atlanta. Scott will now inherit huge problems when she takes over the “T.”
In less than a week, a year-long national search to fill the top posts of Massachusetts’ two major transportation agencies has ended.
The state transportation board voted unanimously on Monday to select Beverly Scott as general manager of the MBTA. Scott was awarded a three-year contract with an annual salary of $220,000