The incoming general manager of the MBTA is asking for patience as he begins to grapple with the transit agency's myriad issues, but he is making one major pledge to riders: to hire a high-ranking official whose job is to take their concerns seriously.
EZ Rider General Manager Robert Stephens said all public transit agencies are subjected to changes and growth over the life of the agency, but even more so in Midland/Odessa.
Feb. 03--Gov. Charlie Baker today called the rash of morning delays on the MBTA "unacceptable" and asked riders to be patient and plan ahead as the system grapples with bone-chilling temps and mounting snow. "We will continue to wor...
An MBTA bus passenger in Revere allegedly threatened Transit Police officers with a pit bull dog whose aggressive behavior had led fellow riders and a driver to call for help Saturday, authorities said.
The MBTA will tap an outside firm to aid its search for a "CEO-style" general manager, Gov. Charlie Baker said today, signaling a formal move toward reshaping the long-troubled transit agency's leadership team.