The MBTA announced today that real time tracking information is now available for Green Line trains. In Phase I of this highly anticipated project, users will be able to track above ground train locations in real time. As this press release explains, more features are forthcoming in future phases.
Please join Senator Brownsberger and other elected officials on Thursday, October 23, 6:00-8:00 PM at the Boston Public Library for a presentation by MBTA personnel on a proposed project to consolidate four Green Line stops along Commonwealth Avenue. Here are more details about the meeting.
Good news for long term transportation efforts today, June 26th: the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted to endorse the Central Transportation Planning Staff FFY 15 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP.) Included in the FFY 15 UPWP is a study to assess current and future constraints of our transportation system in the urban core. […]
The MBTA gave a great presentation on the Green Line this evening (May 28) at the Boston Public Library. Dr. Beverly Scott, the General Manager, and her top management team reported considerable progress since the previous forum held in January 2013 and since the previous letter report in July 2013. As to short and medium term […]
I had a fascinating visit a couple of weeks ago to the Green Line Maintenance Yard in Newton. They roll cars in on a track extension and inspect them and perform routine maintenance from an underground trench. If the cars need heavier maintenance, they can roll them onto a special track and lift up the […]
This year’s Green Line Forum, will be held Wednesday, May 28, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Rabb Lecture Hall at the Copley Library. Dr. Scott and MBTA personnel will discuss the progress that has been made towards addressing concerns raised during last year’s event and update riders on new initiatives. Attendees will be able to ask questions […]