The MBTA’s Government Center station is shutting down, and not for a short time either.
The station is about to get a two-year face lift that will make it accessible to all riders.
The MBTA has identified the man who impersonated a Secret Service agent on a Commuter Rail train.
The U.S. government is searching for a man who authorities say pretended to be a Secret Service agent on a Commuter Rail train.
The MBTA says the closure will allow for station upgrades to make it fully accessible, safer, modern and more comfortable.
Three people have been arrested in connection with an assault on the Red Line last Sunday night.
Gov. Deval Patrick has announced details about the MBTA’s proposed late night weekend service.
The latest appalling example of this was dug up by my colleague, who reported the MBTA had fired the driver of the Green Line trolley that derailed this week.
We now know when late-night bus and subway service on the weekends will begin in Boston: March 28.
Our media partners at the Boston Globe report Governor Patrick and Mayor Walsh will officially make the announcement Thursday morning at a news conference at Kendall Station. The $20 million cost will be paid for by corporate sponsors.
In 2010, the MBTA fired Sydley Gardner, the operator of the Green Line trolley that derailed near Kenmore Station Monday.