The MBTA reports "minor" delays from a non-moving Red Line train near Porter Square.
This time a train died at Kendall, the MBTA reports.
It was a sluggish ride for Red Line riders at the height of rush hour this morning after a train refused to get out of bed at Alewife.
Deb Beatty Mel reports buses are now leaving the upper busway at Forest Hills through a pair of exits that separates them from oncoming traffic at the old exit at South Street.
State officials recently said they hope to have the bulk of the Forest Hills/Arborway road work done by the end of this week, although long suffering upper-busway riders will have to wait until next fall for a canopy to protect them from rain, snow and hail.
The sign went up last week: The large parking lot across from the Forest Hills T stop closes for good on Jan. 24 as workers begin preparing the site for construction of a 250-unit apartment complex. Read more.
An Orange Line train breathed its last at Wellington and even though workers got it out of sight, it's still causing "moderate" delays, the MBTA reports.
The MBTA reports "minor" delays on the Orange Line towards Forest Hills due to a non-viable train at Chinatown.
"Meanest MBTA ferry customer I have ever shared a shared a boat with," Nathan Peyton reports.
Hood Will Hunting was impressed by the way this guy had his commuter-rail pass ready for conductor inspection in the brim of his hat:
This playa right here has me wanting to trade my snapbacks in and upgrade my hat collection.
Another Red Line train has taken the siding to Valhalla, this time at Charles/MGH.
two, actually. The MBTA reports rush hour was marred on both the Red and Orange lines by trains that crossed the river Styx.
Erica Mattison reports it took her 30 minutes to get from Ashmont to Broadway.
Just 36 minutes after announcing the resumption of Red Line service after the end of the weekend's Longfellow Bridge work, the MBTA announced "minor" delays on the Red Line towards Alewife due to a train passing through the Pearly Gates at Harvard.
Also call if you have a migraine. Seen on the train, in Jamaica Plain.
Adam Castiglioni found Wedge and another Red Squadron pilot headed out this evening for a showing of the new Star Wars movie.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports state transportation officials are looking at possible routes for a ferry that would shuttle between the downtown/North End side of the Harbor, the South Boston Waterfront and the East Boston/Charlestown side of the briny shallow. The exact routes and stops are still under study.
"Moderate" delays due to the froze-up trolley at Washington Street, the MBTA says.
MassDOT and the freight railroad CSX are battling the owner of a vacant parcel next to a currently dormant rail line behind the South Boston convention center over his proposal to lease out the space for construction companies to park their trucks there. Read more.