Gov. Charlie Baker announced a nearly $83 million MBTA Winter Resiliency Plan to make investments and improvements this summer and in the next five years to snow removal equipment, infrastructure and operations.
Baker filed the bill after Boston’s record-setting snowfall.
Baker also tells Keller he wants to see a detailed plan from Boston’s Olympic bid organizers.
Driving a car during the Blizzard of 2015 is challenging enough, but what about a train?
The MBTA’s police chief says violent crime on the transit system dropped by one-third in the first three months of this year, when compared with the same period in 2012.
The MBTA is trying to close a $140 million deficit. The proposal on the table includes fare increases, service cuts to existing lines and some bus routes may be eliminated.
A civil rights group held a protest on Saturday as part of their fight against the MBTA’s bag search policy.
The T driver fired after a an accident at the Boylston Street station last week also worked at the Boston Housing Authority.
A Minnesota woman had a scare after she fell onto the tracks at Kendall Station Sunday.
State lawmakers are under growing pressure to help solve the MBTA’s funding crisis and head off steep fare hikes and service reductions.