Officials said that despite the hard work by MBTA employees, cold temperatures will likely cause delays this week and communters should plan extra time.
There were no passengers on board and no injuries were reported.
The first bitter cold day of the winter was a bitter failure for the MBTA.
The MBTA is hoping to have a better winter this time around without leaving customers out in the cold.
A small fire created problems on the Red Line Sunday afternoon.
The breakdowns and delays that plagued the area’s commuter rail system over the winter were “unacceptable,” state transportation officials said Tuesday.
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.
The service has been bad, and the commute has been awful. Now, the MBTA is vowing to make changes.
As hard as it is getting around this winter, it’s especially frustrating for passengers on the MBTA.
Thousands of commuters can’t help but wonder about their ride on the “T” On Tuesday after all of Monday’s issues with the MBTA. Jon Keller is at large.