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Runners attempt to ‘Beat the T’ during marathon weekend

Runners attempt to ‘Beat the T’ during marathon weekend

April 17, 2018


Filed under City

By Christian Triunfo, news staff More than 50 runners from across Massachusetts gathered at the Prudential Center on Friday for a race. Their opponent? The Green Line. People of all ages and athletic capabilities suited up and ran the three-mile route up Beacon Street for Boston’s annual Beat the ...

Man killed by Orange Line train at Ruggles Station

Man killed by Orange Line train at Ruggles Station

November 7, 2016


Filed under City, Featured Content

By Alejandro Serrano, Ryan Grewal and Alex Eng, News Staff A man was struck and killed by a train at Ruggles Station Monday afternoon, according to a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Transit Police official. At approximately 2:40 p.m., a man was walking in the area of the tracks wh...

Cartoon: MBTA recovery a slow process

Cartoon: MBTA recovery a slow process

February 19, 2015


Filed under Cartoons, Opinion

News illustration by David London. 

MBTA contest winner announced, new map unveiled

MBTA contest winner announced, new map unveiled

October 16, 2013


Filed under City

By Gwen Schanker, News Correspondent The Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority (MBTA) announced Mikheil Kvrivishvili, an interactive and graphic designer from Moscow, as the winner of the “New Perspectives MBTA map redesign competition” on Monday, Oct. 7. The purpose of the redesign comp...

Extended hours for the T seem distant, but higher fares may be coming soon

April 3, 2013


Filed under City

By Hao Lu, News Correspondent “If you look at the new plan, only about $115 million dollars will actually go to the T for the next fiscal year. The T has $118 million deficit, so it almost fills up that hole, and there is still a $3 million gap they have to deal with,” said Stuart Spina, member of the T ...

Governor’s new plan would extend weekend T service to 2 a.m.

January 24, 2013


Filed under Campus, City

By Miharu Sugie, News Staff In a recently announced plan, Governor Deval Patrick laid out a blueprint to revitalize the debt-ridden MBTA with a 10-year plan that could replace aging equipment, add new stations to the T and extend weekend service to 2 a.m. However, the new plan, coined The Way F...

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