Here are five things you didn’t know about the MBTA.
A smoke condition at Arlington Station brought Green Line service to a screeching halt in the downtown area Wednesday.
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.
The Massachusetts Transportation Board has rejected the recommended upgrades that would have prevented last week’s Green Line crash.
A Boston woman was arrested Wednesday night after passengers on a Green Line train say she used a knife to threaten at least three different men on the train.
Investigators probing the cause of Thursday’s MBTA Green Line crash have ruled out mechanical failure.
The MBTA says human error is to blame for the Green Line crash. Two passengers and a trolley operator say they have back and neck pain.
Despite fare increases, the MBTA says ridership has increased for the 18th time in 19 months.
Several people helped save a man from a frightening accident on the T Thursday afternoon.
Effective Tuesday, at most above-ground stops on the D-Line, only the front doors of the trolleys will open.