According to a recent report, 18,000 tickets are remaining for the Super Bowl this Sunday. Keep in mind that the capacity for MetLife Stadium is nearly 83,000 people.
Fung Wah Bus Transportation, Inc. has found a way around a federal order to “immediately cease passenger service” by contracting outside charter buses to transport passengers back and forth from South Station to New York City.
Documents obtained by the I-Team show state inspectors are asking that Fung Wah be called an “imminent hazard” before something bad happens.
It has been the year of the B’s: Bulger, buses, bin Laden, Barney, Bachmann and, of course, the Stanley Cup winners. Soundbytes are selected by WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Dave Mager.
Most, if not all of the MBTA’s trains, trolleys and buses will be running on their regular schedule. Amtrak is not ready yet though.
The MBTA is considering selling audio ads on its buses that would be triggered by GPS.
WBZ’s Neil Chayet has a case of discrimination involving the railroad and the bus.
In the wake of Thursday’s deadly crash in Missouri, WBZ’s Lana Jones talks with State Senator Thomas McGee about the push for requiring seatbelts on school buses.