The T is running buses between Ashmont and JFK/UMass because of some sort of power problem. Like maybe a bit of fire at Ashmont station.
Power outage from Shawmut to Asmont.
Not world class....more like shithole.
What's the plan man?
Baker and Marty are going to get a massive cash infusion from Bezos to use for T upgrades and maintenance. Problem solved.
When I finally got off the bus at Ashmont, walked the entire length of the station- and there were no fire trucks or firemen, no smell of smoke or signs of fire. Just a lot of transit cops.
Which T word causes the Governor the most sleepless nights Trump or the T.
They pulled the buses from the 32 line causing severe delays there as well.
I love Uhub, but these MBTA rhyme schemes annoy the shit out me...they're just corny...sorry.
I think that;s the point,
I must disagree, my anonymous friend. I find them highly entertaining and a droll, unique way of delivering the routine news that our crumbling transportation infrastructure has yet again... crumbled. Plus i like seeing how far Adam will go to stretch a rhyme, and i am consistently impressed with those abilities.
so much depends
a red MBTA
glazed with rain
and the fucking thing still breaks down all
EDIT- I didn't notice this was a fire based failure but that's poetic license for you, right?
There once was a red subway train
that died due to much too much rain.
No matter the season,
there's always a reason,
that the T will drive you insane.
Keep up the good work and the continuing search for new rhyming T headlines.
Wordsmith, we love art, please continue.
Tens of thousands of people depend on the T daily and the leaders of this state consider the T an annoyance. Their shortcomings and hypocrisy should be detailed somewhere and i appreciate the effort made to spread more of this information.
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