A 44-year-old woman walked into an oncoming train while trying to light a cigarette.
The accident happened in the area behind the Boston Renaissance Charter Public School.
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 could be making some major financial changes in the next few years.
A 50-year-old man collapsed on a Commuter Rail platform with a heart attack. Two bystanders began CPR which likely saved his life.
Winchester police officials said they are disappointed that four of their officers refused to board an MBTA commuter rail train filled with rowdy passengers earlier this month.
Beautiful weather and a weekend day brought a record number of people out to the Bruins’ parade. Fans anticipated a parking nightmare, but public transportation became a rude awakening.
So far, there have been no kinks in the MBTA’s plan to roll-out new double-decker Commuter Rail cars.
The MBTA is working with developers to release real time tracking apps for the commuter rail at the same time that passengers say they have better luck with real time bus tracking than train tracking.
If the MBTA can create a gps based tracking app for buses WHY not one for trains!!!! – Andrew, Natick