The MBTA says it hopes to have all trains, buses and ferries running on normal weekday schedules first thing Monday morning.
The one possible problem: The Riverside Line, hard hit with track-seeking trees and limbs that came down in impressive numbers, in some cases landing on overhead wires on their way down.
"Crews are working very hard to have the Riverside Line ready for...Read more
The MBTA provided this photo of the Green Line between Chestnut Hill and Reservoir stations. More photos in the comments.Read more
No details as to specific location along the D line. From the T web page:
Green D Line experiencing 10-15 min delays due to pedestrian on the tracks. 6/29/2010 11:22 AMRead more
D trolley vs. cellphone-using pedestrian at Chestnut Hill, shortly after 9 a.m.
If it's at Waban the day Green Line service resumes, at least three, Lorianne DiSabato reports:
... I appreciate news crews' apparent solicitude in following up on this important story ... but why exactly is it necessary to have three different networks shooting live footage of an otherwise empty MTBA stop? ......Read more
UPDATE, 10:10 p.m.: The Globe reports the trapped operator, Terrese Edmonds, has died.
UPDATE, 9 p.m.: One operator still trapped.