Both groups are left wondering why the city scheduled its fall hazardous-waste collection at the DPW garage there at peak soccer time, given that access to the park is limited to just one narrow road.
Police have blocked Lagrange near Centre thanks to the latest truck driver who tried to go under the train bridge only to learn that, no, they can't and now there's a tractor trailer wedged into the bridge real good.
We can only imagine what was in the original note left on the windshield of this car on Cottage Street up on Jeffries Point, that this note - captured by Sean M. - is in response to. But given that the car still has New York plates and inspection stickers, and given that this is Boston, we have a pretty good idea.
A gagging citizen complains about this truck doing a little coal rolling on Mass. Ave. in Newmarket Square today:
Large truck traveling on mass ave near Proctor st spewing thick clouds of black smoke followed by white smoke.
Around 4:20 p.m. at Washington and Milk streets. The victim was taken away in bad shape. Craig Caplan, who took the photo, reports the woman was removed from underneath the gold car.
Only a few hours after the Silber footbridge decapitated a truck, a slightly more alert truck driver narrowly managed to avoid a similar fate - and luckily for him, fellow commuters, such as Scrams, were in no mood to get out of their cars and tell him what they thought of having their rush hour extended.
Rev. Anne Bancroft of West Roxbury's Theodore Parker Church joined with three other Volkswagen owners this week to sue over the way their diesel cars only meet federal pollution-control regulations when they're being tested. Read more.
Michael Kieloch shows us why the traffic getting off the turnpike at Allston/Cambridge is so slow this afternoon.
A concerned citizen complains:
When will Boston PD enforce the do not block the box law? It is constant around the south station roads making very difficult for first responders to get through.
Ed. note: Washington and South streets in front of Forest Hills in the morning is similar.
Chris Martin photographed the scene on I-93 southbound in the Woburn/Wilmington area shortly before noon.
George shows us what it was like on the Mass. Turnpike outbound around 11:45 this morning.