Jonathan Davis

New MBTA GM Beverly Scott rode the Orange Line on her first day, December 17, 2012. (Photo courtesy: MBTA)

New MBTA GM Beverly Scott Begins Work

Beverly Scott spent a portion of her first day greeting customers at stations on the Blue and Orange lines in Boston.


(Photo courtesy: MBTA)

All Things Travel: Transportation Agencies Begin New Era Of Cooperation

A new era of cooperation between Massachusetts state transportation agencies will begin Thursday at Logan Airport.



Audit: MBTA Has Major Problems Collecting, Protecting Fare Box Money

A new state audit suggests the MBTA has major lapses in collecting and protecting fare box money.


MBTA GM Beverly Scott

Atlanta Transit Chief Hired As General Manager Of MBTA

The state transportation board voted unanimously on Monday to select Beverly Scott as general manager of the MBTA. Scott was awarded a three-year contract with an annual salary of $220,000


Red Line subway

Study: MBTA Faces Likely Overcrowding In Next 10 Years

According to a new study from the Urban Land Institute, the T could be 20 percent more crowded by the year 2020 because of business and residential development.



MBTA Says Ridership Set Record For February

The MBTA is reporting its busiest month of February on record.


Protesters calling themselves the "Fast Five" interrupted a state transportation board meeting on Tuesday in a protest of fare hikes.

“Superheroes” Force State Transportation Board To Cut Meeting Short

A group of MBTA riders interrupted a transportation finance and audit committee meeting on Tuesday morning.


New Commuter Rail Train

MBTA Rules Out Commuter Rail Takeover

MBTA management has ruled out the possibility of taking over direct operation of the state’s commuter rail network. Instead, officials say they may seek a longer-term contract with a private operator.


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MBTA Says Ridership Is Booming

The MBTA says riders are continuing to use the Boston-area transit system in record numbers.


The MBTA has launched a courtesy campaign to remind riders to be respectful.

MBTA Launches Courtesy Campaign

Acting GM Jonathan Davis says they wanted to use some humor to remind people to be respectful of fellow riders.