In wake of Boston’s 8th annual No Pants T Ride, here are some suggestions for new T traditions.
A new proposal to reduce the number of stops on the B Line hear BU might make a commute downtown substantially faster.
The MBTA’s late-night transit pilot program has served nearly half a million riders in six months—but they are looking for more in college students.
By: Tricia Tiedt
The early spring season has already included many major changes for the MBTA, including the extension of its public transit service hours and the two-year closing of Government Center, the T station located under City Hall Plaza in the heart of downtown Boston, and these changes are having an effect on BC students.
Starting on Friday, March 28, the MBTA will launch its Late Night Pilot Program, in which all subway and Key Bus routes will run service for an extra hour and a half on Fridays and Saturdays, and businesses are calling it a good move.