BOSTON — Among other measures, T officials are asking the Legislature to toughen the penalties for assaulting transit workers.
BOSTON — Almost 26,000 people responded to the online survey conducted by the voluntary Rider Oversight Committee.
BOSTON — The governor in his state budget request has called for a net tax increase of $1.9 billion to pay for transportation and education improvements.
BOSTON — The company’s contract with the MBTA expires on June 30, but officials have indicated they will not be able to complete the procurement process for a new contract by that time.
BOSTON — MBTA GM Beverly Scott said Wednesday’s Green Line incident demonstrated transit workers’ pluck and the need to invest in the transit system.
BOSTON — In a letter obtained by The Boston Globe, officials expressed deep frustration, declaring that “this seriously troubled procurement is at a point of crisis.”
BOSTON — Official estimates show the state could need up to $1 billion a year in new revenue to meet highway and mass transit needs.
BOSTON — The overall number of riders on the MBTA rose in November, continuing a recent trend despite a fare hike that took effect in July.
BOSTON — Beverly Scott, who began her new job Monday, talks about the job ahead.
BOSTON — Beverly Scott takes over the MBTA after five years at the helm of the transit system in Atlanta.
BOSTON — State officials say they are working with the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority on the service, which would operate on weekends only.
BOSTON — The state plans to begin work renovating bridges and underpasses that will be a part of a project bringing the trolley through Somerville to Medford.
BOSTON — The MBTA subway driver fired for crashing into another trolley has worked a second public sector job for 26 years.
BOSTON — The signal system would automatically deter trolleys from running into one another. Its cost is estimated to be at least $662 million.
BOSTON — The driver had worked a midnight-8 a.m. shift at another job before beginning his 11 a.m. T shift.
BOSTON — The station will close in the fall of 2013 for a $90 million overhaul that will upgrade infrastructure and make the station accessible.
BOSTON — About three dozen people were taken to hospitals for evaluation or treatment of mostly minor injuries.
BOSTON — The app is scheduled to make its debut Wednesday morning on commuter boats and all eight rail lines south and west of Boston.
BOSTON — The coalition is recommending a small payroll tax be approved to help pay for chronically underfunded public transit services in Massachusetts.
BOSTON — Beverly Scott says she can’t rule out the possibility of fare increases next year, but promised to work with the board and state legislators on a financial fix.