Obama Withdraws Nomination Of Ex-MBTA Head Beverly Scott To NTSBBeverly Scott, former general manager of the MBTA, had been nominated for a term on the safety board expiring in December 2019.
Obama Nominates Former MBTA Head Beverly Scott To NTSBPresident Obama has nominated Beverly Scott, the controversial former head of the MBTA to a key administrative position.
Incoming MBTA Interim GM Looks To ‘Right The Ship’The next head of the state’s troubled transit system says he’s eager to get started and regain the trust of frustrated riders
Highway Administrator To Become Interim MBTA General ManagerFrank DePaola will replace outgoing MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott on an interim basis.
Keller @ Large: Beverly Scott Gets ItI’m going to miss MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott when she leaves in April.
After Storm Failures, MBTA To Consider RefundsThe MBTA says it is weighing options for reimbursing passengers for weather-related breakdowns and delays over the past several weeks.
MBTA GM: 'The Old T Has Come Roaring Back’Commuter rail is still lagging, Beverly Scott said.
MBTA Announces Restored Red, Green Line ServiceThe MBTA restored more service on rail lines Sunday morning after weeks of limited operation that has frustrated riders.
Baker: National Guard Helping To Restore T Service Ahead Of ScheduleThe governor praised the National Guard for their efforts in the snow cleanup.
MBTA Announces Service Restoration PlanSnow and extreme cold have completely shut down the MBTA on some days and severely limited service on others.
Analyst: Could Take 7 Years For All New T Cars To RunA lawyer blames chronic underfunding for the MBTA's problems.
MBTA Warns Riders To Expect Limited ServiceAnother frustrating commute for riders on the MBTA and already a warning that commuters should expect the same service on Wednesday.
Baker: T Needs To Restore Service Faster Than 30-Day EstimateGov. Charlie Baker said the state will work to try and get public transportation in Boston back to normal faster than the 30-day timeframe recently outlined by the MBTA.
Ex-Planning Director: MBTA Prioritized Expansion Over MaintenanceA history of prioritizing expansion over maintenance is a big reason for the MBTA’s current failures, according to a former T official.
MBTA Says It Could Take 30 Days To Get Back On TrackMBTA General Manager Beverly Scott says it could take up to 30 days to get the whole transit system back on track.