BEST OF BOSTON CELEBRATION: Grab your tickets before they’re gone!

Transportation

A Silver Line MBTA Bus
News

Silver Line Resumes Regular Service after Temporary Tunnel Closure

The Silver Line is running on a normal schedule Thursday morning after falling debris resulted in a temporary suspension of regular service on Wednesday afternoon. […]

News

The Red/Blue MBTA Connection Is Back from the Dead

It’s alive! The plan for a Red/Blue line connection, which was abandoned a few short years ago, is back on the table after the MBTA announced […]

A two-hour parking sign
News

Parking Fines Could Increase in Boston under New Walsh Administration Plan

Between street cleaning, snow routes, and bus lanes, following all of Boston’s parking regulations can be a headache and a half. And now, the city […]

A JetBlue plane takes off
News

JetBlue Gets Preliminary Approval for Boston to Havana Flight

If, like Camila Cabello, your “heart is in Havana,” JetBlue may soon have a solution for you. Logan Airport’s biggest airline gained tentative approval from […]

The route 65 bus at Kenmore state
News

MBTA Bolsters Early Morning Bus Service

The early bird gets the worm, and soon, the bus. Next week, the MBTA will kick off enhanced early morning service on 10 high-demand routes. […]

A nuTonomy car parked outside the central branch of the Boston Public Library
News

Driverless Cars Resume Testing in Boston Following Weeklong Pause

In the midst of safety concerns nationwide, city officials gave autonomous vehicles the green light to resume testing in Boston. After a weeklong suspension of […]

Cars in gridlock
News

RMV Wait Times Span Hours as State Transitions to New Driver’s Licensing System

Five hours is enough time to fly to Cancun, watch 10 episodes of Friends, or reach the front of the line at the Registry of […]

News

Goodbye, Hubway. Hello, “Blue Bikes.”

Hubway bikes are getting a makeover, and a new name. Boston’s six-year-old bike sharing system has inked a deal with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and will henceforth […]

News

No One Bid for the MBTA’s Late-Night Bus Pilot

Well, this is not good: The MBTA’s request for bids to run a pilot of a new late-night bus service, which is supposed to launch […]

News

MBTA Publicizes Delay Times on Twitter

Say farewell to the days of rage tweeting about what the heck qualifies as a “minor delay” on the Red Line. The MBTA took a small […]

News

It’s Time to Replace the Commuter Rail with an All-Electric “Regional Rail,” Transit Activists Say

Let’s face it. Nobody loves the commuter rail right now. It keeps thousands of people heading into Boston off the road every day, which is good […]

Cars in gridlock
News

Massachusetts Drivers Don’t Want to Pay Higher Tolls, Admit Infrastructure Is Failing

In an unsurprising non-twist, Massachusetts drivers are not speeding toward the chance to pay higher tolls. Despite the gridlock that paralyzes the Hub’s streets during rush […]

News

The Red Line “Basically Exploded” This Morning

It was a smoky and, for some, scary situation on the MBTA Red Line Wednesday morning after a brief derailment at Andrew Station led to smashed windows, severe […]

The green line rolls in
News

The MBTA Might Consider Fare Hikes to Combat Budget Deficit

The MBTA is once again contemplating the possibility of fare hikes as a way to manage a ballooning budget deficit. On Monday, MBTA officials projected the […]

News

Preservationists Push Back on Plan for Video Ad Screens atop MBTA Stops

We’re several years into a plan to squeeze digital advertising dollars out of all the real estate controlled by the MBTA. Odds are, you saw a […]