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People avoiding the T like the plague

A near empty Red Line train this afternoon

Our own Cybah had plenty of room to exercise social distancing on the Red Line around 3 p.m. today. He says his train the same time yesterday was full.

Mike Moody snapped a similar scene on an inbound Greenbush Line train around 7 this morning:

Nearly empty commuter rail train
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was packed when I rode it home at 4pm today. Didn’t take a seat, though none were available anyways. Tried not to touch anything, except the floor. Left my shoes outside the house.

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To the socioeconomic geography of Boston - ie. who can and cannot telecommute to work and the fact that those who cannot are often in low-paying jobs.

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That the Orange wasn't crammed. Still a few people standing but it was the "I don't want to wedge myself in an open seat between two people" standing rather than the "there's nowhere to sit" standing.

Yet my Orange line was full of riders. I don't know if that is good or bad. Adam, stay healthy as we depend on you. A lot of times I see u keeping us informed on all subjects before other media. Go Adam! Go AG!

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Fortunately, I've been practicing social distancing for years :-)

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Yet even as u have been practicing social distancing you still manage to get the news out at an exemplary level. A gentleman, scholar, and a fine judge of whiskey!

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the people behind me in lines at the stores would practice some social distancing.

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Crime is down on the MBTA.

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My stop is Quincy Center. It was pretty crowded