Phillip Naslund wonders if the fare increase means the T will be able to pay the electric bill for Porter Square station.
The delays have been reduced from "moderate" to "minor" on the inbound Red Line due to a train that let Elijah carry it upward at Shawmut.
The T is announcing "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a train that's fallen and can't get up at Alewife.
A man who robbed the Cambridge Savings Bank at 630 Mass. Ave. in Central Square around noon tried escaping on the Red Line.
That was a mistake, police say. Read more.
Transit Police report a man in his mid-50s was hit by an outbound train at Broadway around 2:35 p.m.
He suffered serious injuries but is expected to live, police say. Police declined to say how he wound up on the tracks.
Red Line service was replaced by buses until the completion of the investigation.
An inbound Red Line train is being held at Central so police can look for a guy who other riders reported might be holding a sword - even if he's not apparently doing anything threatening with it. The result for other riders is "moderate" delays.
UPDATE, 1:47 p.m.: The sword was plastic. Police told him to be more careful with his toys in the future and Red Line service was set to resume.
Somewhere between JFK/UMass and Braintree, a Red Line train saw eternity and now there are "moderate" delays on the line.
The Grim Reaper harvested a train at Harvard Square this morning and now hundreds of Red Line riders are stacking up like cordwood waiting for inbound trains that just aren't coming.
Meaghan O'Malley reports she got on at Davis at 7:30 a.m. and hadn't even reached Harvard by 7:57.
Meg spotted Fros-T waiting for the Red Line at North Quincy this morning.
No clue about the Red Line, but there's police action at Mass. Ave. on the Orange Line.
The T's started posting daily reliability stats, broken down by buses, commuter rail and subway. If you click on the large plus sign for each, you'll get more detailed breakdowns by line (and looks like the T's finally acknowledged the Silver Line is a bus, because that's where you'll find its data).
It's severe-delay time on both sides of the Red Line as a switch at Alewife has forgotten the one job it has.
HELP send coffee & bagels to Harvard @MBTA!
And then they escorted him out of South Station for being disorderly.
Andrew Ferreira came upon this scene at Davis Square, the morning after the last late-night subway trains ran.
Signal problems between Alewife and Harvard mean "moderate" delays, the T says. At 7:57, Kris Kream tweeted:
Nothing coming or going northbound Braintree. Stuck at North Quincy 15+ minutes.