You're still supposed to wear a mask on the T and thanks to the delta variant, Covid-19 numbers are beginning to slowly rise in Massachusetts again, so what better time for the T to try to get people back on the subway than with ads showing maskless young people whooping it up? Our own Ron Newman spotted this today at Charles/MGH. Read more.
Transit Police report they are looking for a guy they say masturbated while leering at a nearby woman at Charles/MGH around 9 p.m. on Monday.
If he looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or send an anonymous text to 873873.
The MBTA is reporting Red Line delays of up to ten minutes due to a train that sighed and died at Charles/MGH.
The MBTA is reporting delays of up to ten minutes towards Alewife due to a train that had to be removed from service at Charles/MGH on account of its deciding to re-enact the Norwegian Blue sketch.
A heap of trash on the tracks at Charles/MGH naturally chose rush hour to combust into flames, causing delays on the Red Line.
The MBTA is reporting Alewife-bound delays of up to 20 minutes due to a train with "a power problem" at Charles/MGH.
An Alewife train got sick at Charles/MGH (well, if you're going to get sick, that's the place to do it), and now the Red Line is running kinda slow in that direction.
Midwinter's Wolf reports Charles/MGH turned into a mosh pit this evening when an inbound train died there shortly before 6 p.m. and the T ordered everybody out after another train arrived to push it
into the Charles out of the way.
Only the platform was so crowded not everybody could get off the train. Read more.
Another Red Line train has taken the siding to Valhalla, this time at Charles/MGH.
The MBTA reports "severe" delays due to a Norwegian Blue of a train inbound at Charles/MGH.
The T has pushed the inbound train out of the way, but still reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line.
Yesterday, a Red Line train died on the outbound tracks near Charles/MGH. Today, a Red Line train's dead on the inbound tracks near Charles/MGH. The word of the day is "severe," the T advises.
A Red Line train came up lame at Charles/MGH outbound and now the MBTA is reporting "moderate" delays.
An Orange Line train stopped at North Station and refused to budge, but the T reports it made it budge and now things are back to normal on that liine.
The MBTA is reporting "moderate" delays on the southbound side of the Red Line due to a train that couldn't be revived even by the doctors stationed just outside Charles/MGH.
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