An independent research group says MBTA employees are paid far above the scale of other state employees and it’s the key reason the agency is in debt.
Streets all along the Boston Marathon route will be closed to traffic on Monday, April 15th. Many roads in the city of Boston start closing days earlier.
A $4,000 flute that was found last week on an MBTA bench has been reunited with its owner, according to the MBTA Transit Police.
A 10-year veteran of the MBTA says he was spit at and punched by a teenager who demanded a ride on the bus even though the teen didn’t have money to pay.
The MBTA’s police chief says violent crime on the transit system dropped by one-third in the first three months of this year, when compared with the same period in 2012.
An alarming video shot aboard a subway train now has the attention of the MBTA.
Disabled and elderly mass transit riders and advocates are taking their case against fare hikes to state transportation officials.
Doctor Zeeshan Khan will never forget the horrible moment when he realized that he left a valuable bag behind at the Wonderland MBTA station.
Thousands of people responding to an online survey say they would welcome the MBTA extending service later into the night, and would even be willing to wait longer and pay more.
A Cambridge woman is facing charges for allegedly pulling a knife on a man and spitting in his face on a Red Line train.