After a rough winter, the MBTA and the company that runs its commuter rail service will be put on the hot seat at the Statehouse.
The MBTA is looking at making improvements to the Government Center “T” stop while keeping disruptions to a minimum.
An Orange Line train was evacuated at the Chinatown ‘T’ stop for reports of a fire on Monday afternoon.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is traveling to Massachusetts to launch a new initiative to help keep the transit system safe.
Replacing old trains will cost the ‘T’ millions of dollars it says it doesn’t have. Some of you curious why conductors don’t make sure everyone has paid.
It’s called the Ride and its fleet of white sedans and handicapped accessible vans can be seen almost any day, all over eastern Massachusetts.
The MBTA needs money, and it has come up with a creative way to raise it by selling “T” merchandise like coffee mugs and t-shirts.
As hard as it is getting around this winter, it’s especially frustrating for passengers on the MBTA.
Many people who didn’t want to risk getting stuck in traffic opted for the MBTA during Tuesday’s winter storm, even though it’s had its problems lately too.
It certainly has not been a banner week for the MBTA. But there is more to the T’s woes than the weather.