Massachusetts lawmakers are preparing to grill the MBTA and the company that runs its commuter rail service on rider complaints this winter.
The MBTA has announced it will expand the quiet car program on all Commuter Rail lines on a permanent basis.
After a rough winter, the MBTA and the company that runs its commuter rail service will be put on the hot seat at the Statehouse.
State transportation officials hoping to build a new commuter rail line have decided on a preferred route to connect Boston to New Bedford and Fall River.
Replacing old trains will cost the ‘T’ millions of dollars it says it doesn’t have. Some of you curious why conductors don’t make sure everyone has paid.
The four GOP Massachusetts Senators are calling for legislative oversight hearings on the spate of recent service interruptions and mechanical failures at the MBTA.
Another commuter train had to be towed to its destination Thursday. Friday, WBZ learned the MBTA is considering buying, rather than leasing, five refurbished locomotives from Maryland.
Disgruntled passengers on the Worcester to Boston commuter rail line were greeted by managers and apologies from the MBCR Wednesday.
Every time I talk with someone in the state transportation hierarchy about MBCR, they either roll their eyes or shake their heads or both.
The people in charge of the commuter rail say there is no apology that they could issue that would make things better for the people who were on broken down trains for five hours Monday.