The MBTA announced that the Medford Branch of the Green Line Extension (GLX) is anticipated to open in late November.
Last week, the MBTA rescheduled work that was set to begin this past weekend.
As part of the MBTA’s Capital Programs, the Capital Transformation team has successfully completed the 12-day full-access closure on the Green Line C Branch, delivering critical safety and dependability improvements across the branch.
The Comeau Bridge in Haverhill, Mass., now has its days numbered.
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On July 14, the MBTA reported on its progress to address ongoing safety concerns raised during a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Safety Management Inspection (SMI) last month.
As part of the MBTA’s Capital Programs, the Capital Transformation team has completed the 12-day closure on the Green Line B Branch, accomplishing infrastructure work that will improve safety and reliability on the line.
The news wire has been filled with reports about transit systems substituting bus service for rail service so that repair, replacement, and upgrades can be completed on rail transit lines. The MBTA has announced another project where buses will replace trains while work is being done.
MBTA will be working on the railroad this summer.
With the safety of riders and employees as its top priority, the MBTA is making immediate changes to Orange and Green Line service as a result of the private construction project at the Government Center Garage.
MBTA and the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities have been called out by the Federal Transit Administration for safety violations.
While parts for safety system sit in Germany, FTA’s safety probe of MBTA’s safety management continues; another accident on June 1
While investigators are on-site trying to figure out what caused a crash on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Green Line on June 1, the company behind the installation of a new safety package was explaining why parts are thousands of miles away in Germany.
MBTA’s Green Line D Branch is well on it’s way to being completely accessible.
The MTBA board has approved a new capital investment plan.
MBTA is upgrading Codman Yard.
The MBTA has officially launched its Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program for construction, an effort to promote, create, and sustain capital programs construction business opportunities at the MBTA for small businesses as well as stimulate the Massachusetts economy by providing sustained revenue opportunities to local small businesses.
These one-time funds allow the T to accelerate safety investments, advance important workforce and retention opportunities, promote major bus initiatives, and more.
The MBTA announced the completion of the Green Line D Branch Track and Signal Replacement Project, enhancing safety, reliability, and resilience.
The South Coast Rail will offer a reliable transit connection between Southeastern Massachusetts and Boston. Phase 1 will provide riders with a one-seat trip between Boston and Taunton, Fall River, and New Bedford for the first time since the late 1950s.
MBTA has completed a marathon work effort on the Green Line E Branch.