MBTA Will Soon Increase Service On Buses, Trains, FerriesThe MBTA will add trains to all subway lines and buses on nearly 60 routes starting on June 21.
MBTA Criticized For Shutting Down Stations During ProtestsThe MBTA is facing sharp criticism for shutting its stations down during Boston’s protests.
Police Can't Use MBTA Buses For Protest Transportation, Board SaysBoston police and other law enforcement agencies will not be able to use MBTA buses for transportation to and from protests.
As People Return To Work, They May Not Be Taking The MBTA To Get ThereBefore the pandemic hit, nearly half of us regularly used the subway, buses or commuter rail to get around. A new poll shows that momentum has stalled.
With Ridership Low Due To Coronavirus, MBTA Fast-Tracking Construction ProjectsConstruction on the Blue Line was completed two months early thanks to low ridership during coronavirus shutdowns.
A Riders Return, MBTA Workers Worry That Mask Usage Won't Be EnforcedMBTA riders are required to wear face coverings, but T management says it won't strictly enforce that requirement.
MBTA Riders Adjust To A New Coronavirus-Safe Normal As Massachusetts ReopensAs the state reopens in stages, MBTA riders are adjusting to taking public transportation while dealing with a pandemic.
MBTA Green Line Service Suspended After Train DerailsGreen Line service was suspended midday Saturday after a train derailed at Park Street. 
MBTA Receives $827 Million In Federal FundsThe MBTA is receiving $827.7 million in federal funds to help the transit system respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Transit Officials Plan A Coronavirus-Safe MBTA As The State ReopensTransit officials are discussing what the MBTA will look like as the state reopens.
New Normal: MBTA Discusses Changes Made During Coronavirus Pandemic That Could StayMBTA officials are making changes to rides during the coronavirus pandemic that could continue for years to come.