The commuter rail operator apologized to riders for poor rail service.
The next head of the state’s troubled transit system says he’s eager to get started and regain the trust of frustrated riders
Frank DePaola will replace outgoing MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott on an interim basis.
The MBTA and the company that runs its commuter rail said alerts that went out Wednesday warning commuters that service “was delayed until further notice” was not a hack, but a “technical issue.”
Some people are getting free rides on the Commuter Rail, and not everybody is happy about it.
I’m going to miss MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott when she leaves in April.
The MBTA says it is weighing options for reimbursing passengers for weather-related breakdowns and delays over the past several weeks.
News that the MBTA had restored nearly all service was no comfort to frustrated commuter rail riders on Monday morning.
Commuter rail is still lagging, Beverly Scott said.
To sum up local Olympics Twitter lately: If you couldn’t be trusted to fund and run the T properly before, why should we believe you’ll pull off an Olympic Games without disaster.