• Boston April 11, 2022 4:50 pm

    Man Dead After Being Dragged by MBTA Red Line Train in Boston

    A man suffered fatal injuries when his arm became stuck in an MBTA Red Line train door and he was dragged into a tunnel at the Broadway Station in Boston, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. Red Line trains are operating as normal despite the horrific incident that took place around 12:50 a.m. ‘It’s pretty unthinkable,” said...

  • Boston March 28, 2022 3:30 am

    Police ID Construction Worker Killed in Boston Parking Garage Collapse

    Police have identified the man killed when a portion of a downtown Boston parking garage that was being demolished collapsed on Saturday. Officials confirmed one person was killed and a second person was transported to an area hospital in Saturday’s accident, which occurred around 5:40 p.m. at 1 Congress St. Boston police identified the man who was killed as Peter…

  • mbta December 8, 2021 12:26 pm

    MBTA to Cut Services Due to Shortage of Bus and Train Operators

    The MBTA will cut services this winter as a result of a worker shortage, it announced Tuesday. Officials say the MBTA can’t find enough bus and train operators to keep everything moving, and that more people are leaving than it can hire. Effective Dec. 19, about one in every 20 scheduled bus trips will be dropped, the MBTA said. Off-peak…

  • Boston September 28, 2021 12:56 am

    ‘The Escalator Just Started to Free Fall': Witnesses Describe Malfunction That Hurt 9 in Boston

    The MBTA is investigating an escalator malfunction at the Back Bay Station in Boston on Sunday night that injured multiple people. In a statement, the agency said the incident involved the escalator from the Amtrak/Commuter Rail platforms to the street-level lobby of the station. Boston EMS said multiple units responded to the MBTA station shortly after 6 p.m., confirming...

  • Boston September 27, 2021 4:32 am

    9 People Injured in Escalator Incident at Boston MBTA Station

    Several people were injured Sunday night in an incident involving an escalator at the MBTA’s Back Bay Station in Boston. The MBTA confirmed they are investigating what happened. In a statement, the transit agency said the incident involved the escalator from the Amtrak/Commuter Rail platforms to the street-level lobby of the station. Boston EMS said multiple units responded to...

  • green line July 31, 2021 11:44 pm

    MBTA Operator Placed on Leave After Green Line Crash That Injured 20+

    An MBTA operator is now on administrative leave a day after two Green Line trains collided, injuring more than 20 people, the MBTA announced Saturday.

  • green line July 31, 2021 3:42 pm

    25 Hurt in Trolley Collision Near Boston University

    MBTA Green Line service has been suspended on the B Branch because of a collision between two trolleys near Babcock Street that left dozens of people hurt, officials said. None of the 25 injuries were thought to be life-threatening, according to the Boston Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service, which were two of the agencies at the scene of the…

  • mbta April 28, 2021 11:09 pm

    MBTA Bus Driver Charged in ‘Deeply Disturbing' Attack on Woman Passenger

    An MBTA contract bus driver is facing multiple charges after authorities say he was captured by a surveillance system on board committing a “deeply disturbing” assault on a woman passenger. Ali Ennab, 45, of Revere, who is employed by Paul Revere Transportation LLC, was arraigned Tuesday in the East Boston Division of the Boston Municipal Court on charges of kidnapping,…

  • Boston August 11, 2020 4:05 am

    MBTA Addresses Photos of Crowd Outside Bus in Boston

    The MBTA is responding after photos showed a crowd outside of a bus in Boston over the weekend. A large number of people could be seen outside an MBTA bus Saturday at Government Center. Jorge Lopez took pictures as he passed by on his way home to Revere. The MBTA says it has been using shuttle buses to replace the…

  • mbta July 7, 2020 9:44 pm

    Report: MBTA COVID Plan May Worsen Traffic

    Coronavirus protocols at the T ranked second to last when compared with public transit systems in five major cities across the U.S., a new report shows. The business-backed group, A Better City, compared the T to public transit systems in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. on a range of coronavirus safety protocols as more...

  • coronavirus March 8, 2022 5:09 pm


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