Thousands of flights have been canceled up and down the East Coast.
MBTA Police are trying to identify a man accused of indecently assaulting a woman on a Green Line trolley.
An ambitious plan unveiled by Gov. Deval Patrick’s administration on Friday seeks to modernize the state’s infrastructure by pumping billions of dollars into transportation, including new MBTA trains, road and bridge repairs, and all-electronic tolling.
The Massachusetts transportation board on Wednesday agreed to a multi-billion contract with a new operator for the state’s commuter rail network, rejecting a competing bid by the company that has run the system for the past decade.
The attack was caught on a MBTA surveillance camera in the Andrew Square bus station.
A federal judge has upheld the MBTA’s refusal to post an advertisement that implied Palestinians are “savages.”
A Mattapan man is facing charges for allegedly attacking a man with a box cutter at South Station.
The MBTA Police are seeking two suspects in a stabbing Wednesday at Ruggles Station.
Late night service is returning to the MBTA.
In the spring, summer and fall, green transportation in Boston is fairly easy, but what green alternatives are there in the winter?