One one of the hotter, more humid days of the year, the Red Line is doing its best to imitate one of the rollers on those 7-Eleven hot dog things that turn oh, so slowly, because of signal problems at Quincy Adams
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays towards Alewife due to a train that kicked the bucket at Quincy Adams.
Earlier this morning, a train pulled into Quincy Adams and decided it had better things to do than continue into Boston.
A couple hours ago, a Red Line train met its maker at Quincy Adams. The T is still reporting "minor" delays between Braintree and Quincy Center due to the "residual" effects of that.
A train is so dead between Braintree and Quincy Adams that the T is now running shuttle buses. On the Green Line, meanwhile, an E trolley has expired at Government Center.
A Red Line train bought the ranch at Quincy Adams and now Braintee riders are facing "moderate" delays.
Transit Police report arresting Tyreke Mastin, 20, on charges he trailed two women in the Quincy Adams parking garage in failed attempts to steal their cars last Thursday.
In both cases, the women were able to get into their cars and drive away.
Mastin, arrested at Hynes station on the Green Line, was scheduled for arraignment in Quincy District Court on a charge of attempted carjacking, police say.
Transit Police report two incidents in the Quincy Adams garage shortly before 8 p.m., yesterday.
In the first, a woman walking to her car on the second level noticed a man first stare, then follow her, around 7:50 p.m.:
MBTA Transit Police say officers were able to stop a suicide attempt at the Quincy Adams garage Saturday evening.
According to his report on the incident, Transit Police Officer James Clark was on a routine patrol on the garage roof deck around 6:30 p.m. when he noticed a "visibly upset" man sobbing and running toward the deck's railing: