Braintree signals crater, riders' angst even greater

The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line to Braintree due to signal problems, or as Dan Moore puts it:

Not moderate. Complete delays. The trains are not moving.

Christina Pazzanese adds:

25 mins on platform at Harvard for SB train to show.

Also, a train died at Bowdoin on the Blue Line and something happened on the E Line, but then again, it always does.




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Where do trains go when they die?

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Years ago didn't the T bury the green line trains in the abandoned tunnels at Boylston station?

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When the T indicates

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"medical emergency", it usually means a person has been struck by a train.

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