MBTA Chief, Citing Health Reasons, Announces RetirementThe general manager of the MBTA, who took over after the Boston-area transit system was crippled last year by severe winter weather, announced Monday he's retiring to concentrate on his fight with cancer.
With Performance Dashboard, More MBTA Data At Users' FingertipsCalling communication and transparency the goal, the MBTA says it will now make more of its information, including data on reliability and performance, more accessible to the riding public.
MBTA Commuter Rail Back To Full Service At South StationThe MBTA says all trains will be running full service to South Station Friday.
New Government Center MBTA Station To Open March 26Closed in 2014 for a multi-million dollar project, the Government Center MBTA station is set to reopen on Saturday, March 26.
Keller @ Large: Is The MBTA Ready For Winter?New management at the T is vowing to be better prepared for snow this time.
I-Team: Many MBTA Passengers Getting Free RidesFor several days in a row, the I-Team watched as passengers got on board the Green Line trolleys for free.
MBTA Begins System Upgrades To Prepare For Next WinterThe MBTA began making system upgrades on Monday, in an attempt to prepare for next winter.
Keller @ Large: Secretary Pollack Promises Changes At The MBTASecretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack promises changes within the MBTA and Commuter Rail systems.
MBTA Gets Winter Storm Survival Tips From Other CitiesTransit officials from New York City and other cities are offering advice to the MBTA.
Route 3 Tolls Considered To Create More Space For TrafficTolls might be an option to create more space on Route 3.
Incoming MBTA Interim GM Looks To ‘Right The Ship’The next head of the state’s troubled transit system says he’s eager to get started and regain the trust of frustrated riders
Highway Administrator To Become Interim MBTA General ManagerFrank DePaola will replace outgoing MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott on an interim basis.