The Red Line this morning is a mess, when you'll get to work: anybody's guess

The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a train that flunked out at Harvard.

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Orange Line is also a mess.

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Orange Line is also a mess. No alerts at all, but trains were only coming every ~10 minutes, and all were so full by Sullivan that only one or two very forceful people could squeeze on.

Shades of Winter 2015.

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Plus

Internal flooding had closed one of the red/orange connector hallways....

From Shades To 2015 Deja Vu

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Wouldn't be surprised if Baker came out with another 2-year expansion moratorium. Would give him time to walk out the underperforming 2015 crew and bring in experienced players. This isn't amateur hour. Pollack & Ramirez have no place in MASS transport. Get'em out. In their place I say Gonneville: Secretary, Dalton: GM. Yes I know, two white guys. But first things first. We need a transportation system that functions. Period. Just look at NYC. They brought in Andy Byford. NYC is putting repair and resiliency over everything else. Boston needs to do the same

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That train

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That disabled train was also the one with the medical emergency and delays because the doors couldn't close. Not to mention extra delays caused by people who refused to accept they simply would not fit on the train. 1:45 min from Davis to the Seaport! Hurray for Mondays.

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There were two medical

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There were two medical emergencies, actually. The one on the disabled train at Harvard, then another one at Park Street. I'm not sure if it was the same train both times, but it wouldn't surprise me.

Bikes, Bikes, Bikes.

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a tried and true technology that rarely fails and i am at work in under 20 minutes every day!