My name’s Liz and I’m going to be joining the team as an admin to help bring this blog back to life. I live in downtown and spend a good deal of time on the T, and I guess you could say I have a love-hate relationship with it.
If you all could join me in keeping an eye out for mbta related frustrations (I doubt we’ll have to look very hard) that would be awesome. Please feel free to submit your ideas so we can get this page up and running!
As a side note, did anyone else see the signs plastered all over the green line about the government center station closure? It will be closed for two years starting near the end of March. There’s a description of the project and how it will impact commuters on the MBTA’s website if any of you are interested.
*croaks* we’re alive…
So since it’s summer, my co-admin and I aren’t regularly taking the train to class (well actually I’m taking one summer class but whatever). Which means aside from T-alerts we don’t really know what’s happening except from afar, which has clearly led to very few posts.
If any of you want to change that, the submit and ask boxes are still open, and/or you could possibly become an admin.
I’m going to try to be on here more since I technically still go on the commuter rail a couple days a week but I figured I’d give you all an explanation for why there have been no posts lately.
Catching the train before the one you usually go on because it was late? Win.
Hi guys if you haven’t heard, all MBTA service is closed. Do not leave your house. Stay home and put the news on.
I repeat DO NOT LEAVE YOUR HOUSE.
As a lighter note at least the trains and buses are running? :/
Also, sorry for not updating lately. Everything has been a little crazy…
Oh hi burning rubber scent.
I’m probably going to die.