There are many stories about people getting hurt and killed by trains. This one’s about what their families may endure in the pursuit of answers and justice
“State Of Good Repair.” MBTA Solicits More Contractors To Help Fix The Mess
With the MBTA still very broken, agency lacks clarity in communications with contractors, commuters
Amid Multiple Crises, MBTA Fields Pitches For New Agency Marketing Campaign
“You don’t want to be too rosy but I actually think they can do a better job of highlighting the work they have done.”
So Much For Contracts: State Report Blasts MBTA Contractor
Company hired to run Transit Police dispatch service under-delivered, charged extra, and kept inadequate records, according to inspector general's report
T Looks To Double Shuttle Bus Use. Is Another Shutdown Looming?
Documents: “Complete shut-down of an MBTA rail route” again on the table for MBTA. Transit advocate says planning ahead is “a good thing,” but Red Line could be next and transparency is paramount.
Lessons From the T Shutdown To Apply During Upcoming Shutdowns
Remembering the inconvenience felt by many, boosting bike infrastructure, and putting the commuter rail to use for a change
Unfare? Transit Advocates Question Costly MBTA Study To Determine New Fare Structures
Under lame-duck Baker, agencies “still not asking questions like ones we might ask—they're making an assumption that fares will continue to be a large portion of revenue.”
Opinion: Trouble with a Capital T
"The Fair Share Amendment is our best chance to raise more revenue and say that safety, public transit, education, and our future are worth paying for."
Internal Emails Show How MBTA Sought To Market “Safe,” “Good” Trains As System Failed
Politically-connected marketing firm wanted to get people “excited to take the T again.” An official replied, "I am not sure people are ‘excited’ to take the T."
Media Farm: MBTA Orange Line #Traindemic Shutdown Edition
TV reporters look for silver lining in Orange Line misadventure