Kellie Veiga spotted this artist's conception of an express bus on fhe side of a 556 yesterday.
Colleen O'Connor watched the waterfall at the Forest Hills T stop round 10 p.m.
The T has shut its busiest station after a pipe burst and sent water flooding onto the station floors. This comes not long after a briefly flaming Green Line trolley roof at Park Street caused delays on that line.
Ben Rey, who took the photo, reports he got on the last train to Forest Hills from DTX, around 1:20 p.m. Both lines are still running, but bypassing the station.
The MBTA reports it's removed the carcass of the train that died at JFK/UMass and caused the dreaded "severe" delays earlier this morning.
The MBTA reports "minor" delays on the Riverside Line due to a deceased trolley at Kenmore Square.
Associated Press reports.
Seems somebody's car just up and died while the motorist was trying to cross the Green Line and now the T is busing riders between Washington and Babcock streets, because while a trolley ramming the car out of the way at full speed would be spectacular, it might scratch up the trolley.
A deceased trolley at North Station is causing "minor" delays for the ride to Lechmere, the MBTA reports.
The MBTA reports everything's back to normal on the Orange Line, where a train was taken out back and shot at Forest Hills, and on the Red Line, where a train left this mortal coil at JFK/UMass.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the B Line inbound due to a dead trolley at Chiswick Road.
Some sort of track problem has disabled the Orange Line between Wellington and Community College, so the T is running buses instead.
The MBTA is reporting "moderate" delays on the Red Line due to a train near Davis that thought it could, but coudn't.
The MBTA reports "minor" delays from a non-moving Red Line train near Porter Square.
This time a train died at Kendall, the MBTA reports.
It was a sluggish ride for Red Line riders at the height of rush hour this morning after a train refused to get out of bed at Alewife.
Deb Beatty Mel reports buses are now leaving the upper busway at Forest Hills through a pair of exits that separates them from oncoming traffic at the old exit at South Street.
State officials recently said they hope to have the bulk of the Forest Hills/Arborway road work done by the end of this week, although long suffering upper-busway riders will have to wait until next fall for a canopy to protect them from rain, snow and hail.
The sign went up last week: The large parking lot across from the Forest Hills T stop closes for good on Jan. 24 as workers begin preparing the site for construction of a 250-unit apartment complex. Read more.