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RadRebe shows us the scene on Huntington Avenue around 4 p.m. when a crash left one car dead on the E Line tracks, blocking the trolleys. The T advised riders to take the 39 instead.
PT watched as somebody drove an old Honda Fit right down the inbound E Line tracks last night.
The T announced today it's started running trains again between Brigham Circle and Heath Street after work to replace tracks and to add equipment that, when turned on, should help keep trolleys from crashing into each other. Read more.
The T reminds Green Line riders that it's shutting down the ol' E Line between Copley and Heath between Aug. 6 and Aug. 21 to make improvements, including sprucing up the tracks it didn't get to the last time it shut the line. Riders who'd rather not just walk from Back of the Hill to Copley Square can instead ride the 39 bus, the T says.
A woman getting off a trolley stopped on South Huntington Avenue, at the turn from Huntington, didn't make it to the sidewalk yesterday evening, because a motorist who disregarded the fact the trolley was stopped and had its door open, ran into her. Read more.
The MBTA advises that a dead trolley is gumming up the works on the E line inbound at the MFA. The 39 bus, meanwhile, just keeps rollin' along.
An E Line trolley leaving Heath didn't get far tonight after some of the wheels on a Type 8 car jumped the tracks, Ari Ofsevit reports.
The line is now starting and ending at Brigham Circle.
Cancel the E Line past Brigham Circle? Officials vow to fight MBTA and say, if anything, the line should be extended to Centre Street
Elected officials gathered at the Green Line terminus at Heath Street today to demand the MBTA rescind its plan announced this week to end the E Line at Brigham Circle. Read more.
Patrick Ford took a look at South Huntington Avenue around 6:30 p.m. and saw a bus stuck in the snow. A T inspector in an SUV pulled up and tried to push the bus, but it didn't seem to be working: Read more.
The MBTA reports buses are now running between Lechmere and North Station due to a trolley with "a power problem" at Science Park.
A tree on South Hungtington Avenue that suddenly realized gravity is not just a good idea, it's the law, came crashing down across the street at Back of the Hill, taking trolley power lines with it and forcing the T to end service at Brigham Circle.
The MBTA reports service on the E Line is back to normal after a trolley died at the Longwood Medical Area stop and caused delays of up to 20 minutes.
NBC Boston reports the woman is expected to survive.
The MBTA reports a driver somehow got his or her car stuck on the E Line tracks between Northeastern and Brigham Circle, which means trolleys can't go anywhere and riders are being told to take the 39 bus instead.
The T has canceled the E Line past Brigham Circle due to a trolley and a stopped box truck exchanging some love pats near the Riverway and is advising riders to jump on the 39 bus instead - but the buses are having their own problems due to all the traffic piled up as a result.
The T reports it's canceled service on the E Line between Brigham Circle and Heath Street due to a "power problem near Mission Park."
Paint the World watched the slow progression of a giant pipe across Brigham Circle and the Green Line this afternoon.
Colleen got a closer view: Read more.
The T reports delays of up to 10 minutes on the E Line due to a trolley that pulled up lame at Park Street.
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