Heavily-trafficked sections of the Red, Orange, and Green Lines will be closed on weekends this fall for repairs, according to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The MBTA approved the project, dubbed Building a Better T, on Aug. 12.
In October, the MBTA will begin laying 25,000 feet of new track and replacing 6.5 miles of signals on the Green Line D branch between the Beaconsfield and Riverside stations.
MIT senior Alex Grinman hopes his new app ‘Greenline’ will help Bostonians navigate the seemingly unreliable system.
The last week of travel disasters has proved that the T needs revamping—but here’s why you should embrace the historic charm that makes the T a quintessential part of Boston.