The T reports "minor" delays on the Red Line due to signaling problems at Porter Square.
Seems a train died at Porter Square, and smoke was involved and now there are delays in both directions on the Red Line.
Workers have dragged a dead Red Line train out of Porter Square, but the line is still experiencing "moderate" delays as a result, the T says.
A Red Line train that left this mortal coil at Porter Square is causing what the T acknowledges are "severe" delays. Read more.
Stephen Bronstein couldn't help but watch the sunset over Porter Square last night.
People stuck on the Red Line are reporting their drivers are telling them there's maybe a fire or maybe a police action or maybe even both at Porter Square, but whatever it is, Red Line riders would dearly love to be somewhere else right now.
Phillip Naslund wonders if the fare increase means the T will be able to pay the electric bill for Porter Square station.
Psychlo Hexane sat behind this on Mass. Ave. near Porter Square this evening.
Jennifer spotted this sign on the Somerville side of Porter Square this morning.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for Stephen Picard, 45, on charges he ended an argument by plunging a knife into another man's arm around 10:30 p.m. in Porter Square yesterday.
Picard and a pal then got on bicycles and pedaled north on Mass. Ave. Read more.
Tracy Strauss shows us the major icicles at Porter Square today.
Protesters started at Tufts University, blocked up Davis Square, where the T shut down the subway station, then moved down Mass. Ave. to Porter and onto Harvard, where a large contingent of T cops blocked the portal into the busway and then had the gates to the main pedestrian entrance to the station locked. As protesters moved down JFK Street, the entrance was re-opened.
Around 6:25 p.m., the vanguard of protesters was approaching Central Square.
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