The MBTA will continue operating on a limited schedule Tuesday as it works to get public transportation up and running again post-snowstorm.
Two WBZ NewsRadio1030 reporters set out to explore what ‘limited service’ really means.
The MBTA has canceled all rail service beginning at 7pm Monday night.
The MBTA worked with firefighters Monday morning to get riders off a disabled Red Line train in Quincy during the snowstorm.
The MBTA is making some adjustments to their regular service.
The MBTA is warning subzero temperatures Friday morning could hamper some of the lines again.
The so-called “Red Line flipper” has agreed to perform 30 hours of community service as his punishment.
The bitter cold and all of the snow left behind from the last two storms crippled the MBTA Tuesday morning.
Boston transportation officials had to send a rescue train to evacuate about 50 commuters stuck on a MBTA Red Line car that became disabled on a frozen above-ground section.
MBTA officials said it is investigating to see if anything could have been handled better after passengers broke through windows of a disabled train at Quincy Center.