The governor praised the National Guard for their efforts in the snow cleanup.
Snow and extreme cold have completely shut down the MBTA on some days and severely limited service on others.
Gov. Charlie Baker says he’s done with “excuses.”
The harbor is full of ice after weeks of extreme cold.
A lawyer blames chronic underfunding for the MBTA’s problems.
Another frustrating commute for riders on the MBTA and already a warning that commuters should expect the same service on Wednesday.
Sen. Rosenberg chastised taxpayers for wanting more service than they’re willing to pay for but declined to defend MBTA management.
Workers have been busy digging out the MBTA and Commuter Rail, but one family says the dig out is happening at their expense.
Gov. Charlie Baker said the state will work to try and get public transportation in Boston back to normal faster than the 30-day timeframe recently outlined by the MBTA.
A history of prioritizing expansion over maintenance is a big reason for the MBTA’s current failures, according to a former T official.