The T

By - 5/4/16 - 5:22 pm

The T reports "moderate" delays on trains to and from Worcester.

By - 5/4/16 - 7:20 am
Dead Orange Line train at Stony Brook

Suddenly finding himself with no way to go further north than Stony Brook around 6:20 a.m., Todd Cosentino had plenty of time to photograph the flatlined Orange Line train at Stony Brook. The T says service has since resumed.

UPDATE, 8:30 a.m. Jen Vesp reports: "FYI, the Orange Line is an absolute nightmare this morning. I've only been waiting 50 minutes to fit on a train."

By - 5/2/16 - 6:10 pm

Severe delays on the Green Line, the T advises.

By - 4/30/16 - 11:22 am

Somewhere between JFK/UMass and Braintree, a Red Line train saw eternity and now there are "moderate" delays on the line.

By - 4/29/16 - 6:18 pm
Man in full camo on the Red Line

Derek M somehow sussed him out.

Butterh did have a small suggestion:

If you want to go camo on the T you should dress as a Dunkin cup.

By - 4/29/16 - 3:46 pm
Wanted for breaking a window on an MBTA bus in Quincy

A big Walter White fan objected to a request to pay his fare on a bus in Quincy Saturday evening by using his head as a battering ram on a bus window, Transit Police report.

Police say the window shattered and the man fled the Route 215 bus, after threatening the driver. Read more.

By - 4/29/16 - 6:32 am

Transit Police report a man was hit and killed by a Lowell Line train near 662 Boston Ave. in Medford around 7 p.m. on Thursday.

By - 4/28/16 - 7:15 am

Still, trains into town from the north are being slowed by switch issues at Wellington.

By - 4/27/16 - 5:57 pm

The T is reporting "moderate" delays on the Orange Line due to a train that started pining for the fjords at Wellington.

By - 4/26/16 - 10:58 pm

Shortly before 8 p.m., a train crawled into a hole at Sullivan and refused to come out, causing the dreaded "severe" delays.

Meanwhile, a Green Line trolley died at Boylston and a Red Line train flatlined at Porter. But at least the Blue Line kept things snappy.

By - 4/26/16 - 5:33 pm

A stone-cold trolley at Park Street means "moderate" delays on the Green Line, the T says.

By - 4/26/16 - 7:34 am

The Herald reports Keolis estimates the T loses $35 million a year in unpaid commuter-rail fares and wants to spend $10 million on new gates at North, South and Back Bay stations. No word on how much is lost on overcrowded trains that conductors can't get through to check tickets.

The T itself, meanwhile, wants to hire private contractors to make sure people don't sneak on the back of Green Line trolleys.

By - 4/25/16 - 5:10 pm
Jorge Diaz-Vasquez

Transit Police charge that Jorge Diaz-Vazquez reacted to being asked to pay his fare on a bus at Warren and Moreland in Roxbury around 6:45 last night by stepping off the bus and then spitting on the driver. Read more.

By - 4/24/16 - 10:32 pm

The T managed to get the carcass of the Orange Line train removed somehow, but even the residual delays are still "moderate." As Adam Cyr, who got stuck in the maelstrom, reports:

45 minutes stuck at DTX because they can't figure out how to push a train out of the way from Chinatown.

By - 4/24/16 - 8:24 pm

The Riverside Line has degraded to "moderate" delays due to a trolley mistaking its tracks for the River Styx.

By - 4/21/16 - 11:48 pm
Blackout at Back Bay station on the Orange Line

The lights went out at Tufts and Back Bay on the Orange Line this rush hour, slowing trains as riders stumbled in the dark. At least, as Joe Growhowski shows us, Back Bay had some natural light coming in from one end.

By - 4/21/16 - 4:46 pm

Possible good news for fans of old trolleys: The Dorchester Reporter reports MassDOT has included $9 million in a five-year capital plan for rehabbing the Mattapan High-Speed Line's PCC trolleys, rather than replacing them with buses or something.

By - 4/17/16 - 6:48 pm

The T and Keolis are not very happy with Amtrak today. In an "important" statement on the signal woes that knocked out or slowed service into and out of South Station (including Amtrak's), the local rail operators write: Read more.

By - 4/17/16 - 9:09 am

UPDATE: Amtrak got the signals working again around 2 p.m.

Around 8:45 a.m., the T announced: "Due to a signal problem, South Side trains cannot arrive to/depart from South Station." Again.

The T blamed Amtrak for the problems. Again.