MBTA Officials Cut Deficit Forecasts, Cite Lower ExpensesMBTA officials are forecasting less red ink as they tout savings in operating expenses at the Boston-area transit system.
MBTA Weighs Retirement Incentives To Reduce StaffThe MBTA is considering a retirement incentive for administrative employees as it tries to whittle away an operating deficit.
MBTA's Repair Backlog Climbs Above $7 BillionThe projected cost of bringing Boston's transit system into overall sound working order has climbed again.
MBTA Union Leaders Back Review Of Pension FundLeaders of a union representing thousands of transit workers have pledged support for an independent audit of the pension system of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
Baker Proposes Overhaul Of Mass. Transit SystemMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is proposing major changes to Boston's public transit system after pounding snowstorms this winter slowed the nation's oldest subway system to a crawl, frustrating hundreds of thousands of riders.
Commuter Rail May Face Financial Penalties For Week's FailuresMother 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.
MBTA to pay $115M for new locomotives