Among the people on a Red Line train that gave up the ghost between Broadway and South Station this morning: former state Transportation Secretary Jim Aloisi, who reports: Read more.
A roving UHub photographer got front-row seats to watch a crew drag a cement truck off the commuter-rail tracks in Chelsea it had rolled on early this afternoon.
Shortly before 10:30 a.m. on the inbound platform at Shawmut.
They're packin' 'em in at Park Street thanks to a southbound train that could pick no better time than rush hour to die.
You might recall the study results that came out in June showing germs on the T were no worse for you than germs anywhere else.
A team at the Museum of Science is preparing a presentation for museum visitors on the study and they T has agreed to loan them an actual subway strap for use in the talk. Read more.
Once again, the riders of the Newburyport/Rockport Line this morning had to contend with phantom trains that exist only in a work of fiction known as "a timetable."
Seems that this morning, if you try to use Google Maps to plot out a trip via public transit in Boston, you'll get back an itinerary that involves buses and the Green Line - the Orange, Red and Blue lines are now dead to the mapping service. Read more.
A downed wire near Harvard Avenue is causing grief for anybody trying to get anywhere on the B Line tonight.
An overhead wire that obeyed the laws of gravity near the Westwood train station is wreaking havoc on the Northeast Corridor this afternoon, causing massive delays for both Keolis and Amtrak riders in both directions - including many Pearl Jam fans trying to get to Fenway Park for their concert tonight. Read more.
Sullivan Square didn't always feel like a depressing afterthought to the construction of an interstate in the middle of a horrible rotary. The original station, built at the turn of the last century, featured a soaring vaulted ceiling, elegant architectural touches - and tracks for trolleys. Remember trolleys? The only thing it didn't have was Donut and Donuts. Read more.
People coming from the direction of Alewife are sitting in trains not moving because a train at Park Street just gained its wings.
Riders on the Rockport Line are getting fed up with constant "mechanical issues" that keep delaying their rides into Boston.
The T is advising "moderate" delays due to a deceased train at Wonderland.