Power outages hit Boston transit system during morning rush hour, stranding thousands

BOSTON (AP) — Thousands of commuters were left stranded around Boston Thursday during the morning rush hour, after power outages hit several lines of theRead More

MBTA prepping for snowstorm, expects to run full schedule

With heavy weather Tuesday expected to make travel on the roads a challenge, riders on the T and Commuter Rail are hoping they’ve got justRead More

Crews put out fire on MBTA Blue Line tracks near Airport station

Service resumed along the MBTA Blue Line Thursday morning after a fire broke out along the tracks near Airport station in East Boston, officials said. Read More

MBTA riders frustrated after Tuesday service disruptions on Red and Orange lines

MBTA riders voiced their frustration Tuesday after the T had to replace trains with shuttle buses on both the Red and Orange lines due toRead More

MBTA Workforce Grew By 730 Over Last Year

A hiring blitz during Gov. Maura Healey’s first year in office boosted the MBTA’s headcount by more than 10 percent and “set a new barRead More

Local woman reacts to video showing moment her leg got caught in MBTA train door

Newly released video shows the moment a Medford woman’s leg got caught in an MBTA Green Line train door earlier this week.  The incident happenedRead More

MBTA riders navigate first day of new partial Green Line shutdown

Many MBTA Green Line riders encountered commute changes Wednesday, boarding shuttle buses instead of trains in several spots as large portions of the line shutRead More

MBTA says operator error to blame after woman says her leg got caught in train door

A scary situation recently played out for a mother and son in Medford as the mother said her leg got caught in  an MBTA trainRead More

Service restored after part of Green Line’s E Branch temporarily suspended due to accident

Service for a portion of the Green Line’s E Branch was suspended temporarily due to an accident near the MBTA’s Back of the Hill station,Read More

Inspector General: MBTA Could Not Prove 2017 Contract Was Awarded Fairly

Knocking the agency for slipshod record-keeping and potentially running afoul of its own procurement rules, the state’s inspector general said the MBTA could not proveRead More