The T got through the storm OK; now's the time for delay

A dead inbound trolley at Boylston is causing "moderate" delays on the Green Line.

Earlier, there were "moderate" delays on the Blue Line due to signal problems at Orient Heights and "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a deceased Alewife-bound train.

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I know, right?

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This morning on twitter I saw people giving the T kudos for yesterday, then the evening rush hour hit.

Not sure what happened there. Other than the temps taking a nose dive by noontime.

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The curse of things being good

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A mutual friend of ours posted about the Blue Line troubles. He mentioned a broken train, which seemed odd. Sadly, a broken signal sounds about right.

Hopefully the T will keep on scaring us until the temps rise, since that’s a guarantee that nothing will happen.

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Correction

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No. 1 in commuter rail breakdowns.

I will take the T over WAMTA or the BART, any day. Heck, I bet this summer visitor from New York were amazed at how well functioning the Green Line was, with only 2 or 3 breakdowns a week.

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Care to share your source with us?

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And don't point to Adam's post on the issue or the host of articles that came out at the same time, as each one refers to the same report that was concerned solely with commuter rail.

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World class, baby

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Red Line towards Alewife was running at intervals of 15-20 minutes at 5:30 pm. Yup, 3-4 trains per hour at rush hour.

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