A 29-year-old Roxbury woman is suing the MBTA, claiming her civil rights were violated after she was allegedly pepper-sprayed and beaten at the Dudley Square bus stop back in March of 2014.
Officials are worried the rail could buckle or shift in high heat conditions.
The MBTA has installed new countdown clocks for train arrivals inside the Kenmore Square station.
A veteran MBTA driver is being called a hero for using his bus to help save the life of a woman who passed out while driving.
Wynn Resorts is proposing lending a hand to Boston’s creaky transit system.
President Obama has nominated Beverly Scott, the controversial former head of the MBTA to a key administrative position.
One Green Line rider told WBZ-TV that it appears that wires came off the ceiling and struck a train.
There is now a push to make sure everyone who gets on The Ride should actually qualify. However, some people complain the new eligibility process goes too far.
A bomb threat caused delays on the Blue Line Thursday night.
The MBTA is using $7.5 million in fines paid by Keolis Commuter Services to improve services for riders.