The MBTA reported "moderate" delays after a train up and exhaled no more at South Station around 6 p.m. - on top of ongoing signal issues at Park Street. Shortly after 7 p.m., Meredith Kay reported: Read more.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to signal problems at Park Street.
Our commute on the #RedLine is taking so long today because of delays, there are people who are actually doing yoga on the train because they're going to miss their morning workout class. What a time to be alive.
Meg Hoffman reports:
Huge pile of snow just melted and fell off the roof and onto the tracks at Newton Centre outbound. T tried to push through it but got stuck.
Bobert Fallon reports the station lobby is filled with water, but that you can still catch the train there, as long as you don't mind wading through a few inches of water to get to the track level.
Ksanfilsp posts video of a flooded lobby at the Braintree Red Line stop:
Turnstiles to get into the garage are broken, station is flooded, and we are delayed, at best, every other day
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Riverside Line due to a trolley now due a proper burial near Eliot.
The afternoon rush hour got off to a grim start when a Red Line train succumbed to old age at Park Street. Although T workers managed to remove the body quickly, the line still has "moderate" delays, the MBTA reports.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Orange Line due to a troublesome trackside cable at Community College that started spitting sparks. The Boston Fire Department took a look, declared an all out, but not until trains were held up and down the line.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a train that flunked out at Harvard.
The T is advising people to add an extra 15 to 20 minutes to their morning commutes to account for the sort of delays you might expect on a system that still has problems dealing with frigid temperatures and heavy amounts of snow.
Train 900 (the 6:20 a.m. train from Stoughton) and Train 401 (the 6:25 a.m. train from Boston to Fitchburg) have been canceled. Read more.
The MBTA reports "severe" delays on the Red Line due to a dead train at North Quincy. This comes after an Orange Line train died near North Station.
A dead inbound trolley at Boylston is causing "moderate" delays on the Green Line.
Earlier, there were "moderate" delays on the Blue Line due to signal problems at Orient Heights and "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a deceased Alewife-bound train.
The MBTA reports "severe" delays on the Orange Line due to a train that's dead on the tracks between North Station and Community College.
Kellie Veiga spotted this artist's conception of an express bus on fhe side of a 556 yesterday.
Colleen O'Connor watched the waterfall at the Forest Hills T stop round 10 p.m.
The T has shut its busiest station after a pipe burst and sent water flooding onto the station floors. This comes not long after a briefly flaming Green Line trolley roof at Park Street caused delays on that line.
Ben Rey, who took the photo, reports he got on the last train to Forest Hills from DTX, around 1:20 p.m. Both lines are still running, but bypassing the station.
The MBTA reports it's removed the carcass of the train that died at JFK/UMass and caused the dreaded "severe" delays earlier this morning.
The MBTA reports "minor" delays on the Riverside Line due to a deceased trolley at Kenmore Square.