Airport

By - 10/1/13 - 7:57 am

Two of the four. Photo by Transit Police.

UPDATE, 12:10 p.m.: The MBTA reports three of the four have turned themselves in - they walked into Transit Police HQ just as Supt. Joseph O'Connor was briefing the media on the case. More to come.

Transit Police report a man and his 14-year-old daughter were beaten by four men on a Blue Line train around 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 18.

After repeatedly punching... Read more

By - 7/30/13 - 8:36 am

Suffolk Downs commutersSuffolk Downs commuters head for shuttle buses. Photo by Boxbot.

The ever popular wire problems mean no Blue Line service between Suffolk Downs and Airport this morning, so commuters get to enjoy emergency shuttle buses instead.... Read more

By - 5/11/13 - 7:02 pm

A man wound up on the tracks at Airport station around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. The train operator managed to stop the train before hitting him. An MBTA spokesman declined to say how the man ended up on the tracks but said he was not seriously hurt (click to see a photo from the scene, forwarded by Heath - it's not gory, but... Read more

By - 1/5/13 - 2:08 pm

SuspectMBTA Transit Police have released photos of two guys they say approached somebody at the Bremen Street entrance to the Airport T stop on Dec. 22 and "offered to sell him a .40 caliber and/or a .380 caliber firearm."

One is black, about 6'2" with a Pirates cap, dark parka with a... Read more

By - 4/13/10 - 8:07 am

A downed overhead wire at Airport (again?) means buses for Blue Line riders - and apparent sympathetic delays for some Green Line riders.

By - 5/4/09 - 8:30 am

Fabulously Out There tweets workers were busy sterilizing trash receptacles at Airport station this morning:

Cool! I was just about to lick one!

By - 8/15/05 - 4:48 pm

Donald reports on an accident at the Airport stop involving a woman falling down the stairs and gouging open her knee on Sunday:

... After running to her and opening my carry on bag I pulled out a tee shirt to act as a tourniquet. I did not want to touch her wound with pressure as it was soon enough there was little spillage

... Read more