Earlier this morning, a train pulled into Quincy Adams and decided it had better things to do than continue into Boston.
The past two weeks has been brutal for the MBTA, huh? On the bright side, they fixed the issues during the winter via their "winter resiliency plan!" Now they just need to establish a "summer resiliency plan" and we should be good to go!
It's been hot, but it's not even summer yet.
They need to implement a "Every day of the week except for a brief window in mid-April and mid-October, unless it's rainy" weather resiliency plan.
This morning there was an alert that delays were due to a "Verizon communication issue" don't think I've seen that before.
to his/her "dart board of excuses." While it would likely be legitimate to state that were there a massive signal failure affecting ALL trains, it's not the reason for a single train to become disabled.
It means the operator dropped his phone and was still looking for it.
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