MBTA Reduces $839,000 In Fines From 2015 Winter Storm FailuresThe MBTA has quietly agreed to waive $839,000 of the $1.7 million in penalties leveled against the company that operates the Commuter Rail system for poor performance in 2015.
6 Keolis Employees Fired For Bad Time CardsSix Commuter Rail employees have been fired for having irregular attendance and not keeping a proper time card.
Staffing Shortage Caused 16 Commuter Rail Train Cancellations SundayA staffing shortage caused several MBTA commuter rail cancellations on Sunday, according to Keolis, the company that operates the commuter rail system.
MBTA: Fare Evasion Costing MillionsAt an MBTA Fiscal Control Board meeting Monday, officials said fare evasion was costing the transportation system millions of dollars each year.
Amtrak Issue Causes Delays, Cancellations On Commuter Rail SundayAn Amtrak dispatching system issue at South Station caused significant delays and cancellations on the MBTA Commuter Rail Sunday before it was resolved shortly before 2 p.m.
MBTA Warns Of Significant Commuter Rail Delays Friday MorningAmtrak signal issues have forced major changes to the Thursday evening and Friday morning commute.
Hot Weather Could Delay Framingham/Worcester Commuter Rail Riders All WeekOfficials are worried the rail could buckle or shift in high heat conditions.
First Snow, Now Lightning Causing Commuter Rail DelaysMother Nature has found a new way to inconvenience MBTA riders.
Keolis To Add 42 Commuter Rail Trains On MondayKeolis says it will add 42 commuter rail trains Monday in another step toward the planned restoration of full service by the end of March.
Keolis GM Foresees ‘A Good Day’ For Commuter Rail RidersThe MBTA added 15 trains to its commuter rail system Monday morning.
Commuter Rail Company Apologizes For Poor PerformanceKeolis Commuter Services took out a full page ad in The Boston Globe on Thursday.
MBTA Fines Company That Runs Commuter Rail System For DelaysThe MBTA said Keolis International had an 'on time performance' rate of roughly 35 percent last month.