The T is warning of the dreaded "severe" delays on the Orange Line inbound from Oak Grove due to a train that needs to be taken out back and shot at Assembly Square. It's so bad, the T is telling people to take the Green Line between North Station and Back Bay, assuming they can get to North Station to begin with, that is.
The MBTA says service on the Orange Line is back to normal after the "severe" delays caused by a train that acted like a cat that had already gone through nine lives at Assembly Square.
It's no joke when a train begins to smoke.
The T just issued a "severe delays" alert for southbound trains due to track issues at Assembly Square.
Around 8:50 a.m., on the outbound side, but inbound service was halted as well to let first responders safely get the person off the tracks.
the Calvica "Oddseyo" horsey show has been closed for over a week and all evidence of it has finally been removed from Assembly Square, perhaps somebody should tell Clear Channel to remove the gazillion billboards along I-93 that are still advertising it.
The Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership has posted a photo of the temporary tracks installed to let the Orange Line continue to run during the week as the Assembly Square station is built.
The Somerveille Transportation Equity Partnership has posted some renderings of the proposed new Orange Line stop at Assembly Square.
Somerville Voices alerts us to a design meeting on Jan. 12 about the planned $50-million Assembly Square station on the Orange Line. Key issue: Whether the T will build one or two entrances to the station.
Somerville's Good Time Emporium must close at the end of this month, to make way for IKEA construction.
Easter Sunday. For some people, it's a holy day to spend in church. For some others, a day to dress up in costume at the Hynes anime convention. And then you've got the folks at Good Time Emporium in Somerville:
Hundreds of people, some with bats and knives, fought inside the children's birthday party area at Good Time Emporium on Easter Sunday, according to police.