Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor Rail Tie Replacement Project is underway in Boston and it’s going to be tying up MBTA/MBCR commuter rail lines for the summer.
In the winter it was too cold and trains were delayed, now with summer approaching the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad says there are heat restrictions on the trains’ speed.
Amtrak is introducing a pilot program to notify Northeast Corridor passengers about major service disruptions via Twitter.
Mother Nature, old equipment and a surprisingly inept website conspired this week to bog down commuter services in Greater Boston, prompting the Massachusetts transport chief to apologize and pledge to do better.
The MBTA and Commuter Rail have been plagued with problems this week, and Wednesday night seems to be no different.
Several delays left many T riders out in the bitter cold Monday morning and they vented on Twitter.
Heavy, wet snow on power lines and overhead wires has suspended Amtrak service between New York City and Boston.
Police are bracing for a traffic nightmare starting Saturday when construction begins on the Craigie Drawbridge.