A car crashed into the fence along the Green Line B Branch tracks near Gerald Street on Friday afternoon. All three people in the car were uninjured.
Ariel Cox, MCAS ’22, is in critical condition after being hit by a train on Friday, according to an email from Vice President for Student Affairs Joy Moore.
The program includes peak arrival and departure times in its schedule. It also provides additional midday and late evening trips. Not all trains will stop at Hyde Park, Ruggles, or Back Bay Stations—passengers can check train schedules on the MBTA website.
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.
The program provides financial incentives to the companies in attempt to increase the availability of wheelchair accessible vehicles. For every hour that wheelchair accessible vehicles are made available for use, Lyft and Uber will receive a subsidy of $24 from MassDot and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA).
The Planning Department will not deliver a final draft of the new citywide zoning ordinance until 2020, and stressed that this proposal should be looked at as a first draft.