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Car in Harvard Square busway

Around 4:40 p.m., Ben Johnson entered the upper busway at Harvard Square T stop to this scene.

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New York driver winds up on the North Point Park pedestrian bridge.

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CAR 54 WHERE ARE YOU

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Where are the T police? You never see them at Harvard or for that matter Cambridge except for the cardboard cop

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Almost all the violence

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is in other places, not Harvard Square. Harvard Square has it's hustlers and larceny, but little really violent activity. Next time anyone complains about annoying homeless or guys playing with themselves, look at it in the context that it could be much worse, and is, in other places.

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Wow.

Uber's marketing campaigns are getting really elaborate!

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Hey Swirlie

This is confirmation that the car is king on Mass Ave up through Arlington Heights!

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King?

Such a maneuver is hardly royal - looks like an assclown jester.

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Curious

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It appears they drove down the wrong way into the upper tunnel and then decided to turn around once they figured out what he did wrong.

But in their defense if they are an out of stater, they probably got confused and drove down the tunnel thing it went somewhere. (or even maybe confused it with the Cambridge Street tunnel) Because there's virtually no signs and that area is a land of islands, lights, streets merging, and traffic. It can be very confusing for someone who isn't familiar with that area.

Proof

If you miss that one little sign, you're in the tunnel.

Unlike the Mt Auburn/West portal which is fairly better marked.

It may not be entirely their fault.

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Typical Boston-area signage

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Pathological refusal to sign things properly results in entirely predictable outcome.

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FTFY

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Pathological refusal to obey a do not enter sign results in entirely predictable outcome.

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T employees often park their

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T employees often park their vehicles in the busway, this is probably just a particularly poor parking job by one of them. Its really annoying when they do it because the standing areas are crowded enough without cars parked on them, but Ive never received any response from the T when Ive complained so it seems like an accepted practice.

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( T ) Employee Parking

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Yes, I never thought it was a good idea to store vehicles underground near the flow of people. The inference of laziness and privilege is also irritating.
But that's probably just me looking down on the little people of the MBTA from my perch.

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I saw another instance of this a few months ago

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Out-of state driver thinks the busway is an underpass. Sees the "all buses keep right" sign. So, of course, cars have to go left! Oops.

Luckily for that driver (and this one here) no buses were coming out of the busway at the time.

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it's not even humanly

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it's not even humanly possible to have MORE "do not enter" signs posted. What a SPED.

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