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.
The T reported severe delays on the Red Line Thursday morning due to a disabled train.
The man who posted a viral video of him flipping over the Red Line train said he is proud of his dangerous move.
Video of a daring jump over the Red Line train tracks is being condemned by the MBTA.
Police said Saturday morning that the man suspected of stealing a phone belonging to a woman who was killed by an MBTA train has turned himself in.
Police say a man stole the cellphone of a woman fatally hit by a Red Line train.
The two officials were promoting idea boards located at certain stops where T riders can jot down their visions for the MBTA’s future.
A piece of heavy equipment performing track work along the MBTA Red Line wound up at the bottom of a hill on Sunday.