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The veteran driver whose bus crashed through a guardrail, leaving the front end hanging over the Massachusetts Turnpike, appeared to have a cellphone in her hand at the time of the crash, according to an investigative report.
Transit police have filed several charges against the driver of a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus that crashed through a guardrail Sunday, leaving the vehicle's front end hanging over the Massachusetts Turnpike.
A Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus crashed through a guardrail and fencing on an overpass Sunday, leaving the front of the vehicle hanging over the Massachusetts Pike. Eight people were injured, including the bus operator.
The MBTA is testing out partitions on its buses that are intended to protect drivers from abusive riders.
Authorities say a Medford man has been charged with making phony MBTA passes that could have cheated the state out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A two-year shutdown of one of the city's busiest subway stations will force some changes in routine for many commuters.
The MBTA says the driver of a Green Line train that derailed in Boston on Monday was speeding and neglected required signals.
Passenger trips on the Boston-area public transit system dipped slightly in 2013 compared to the previous year, contrasting with an increase nationally in the number of people boarding buses, trains and subways, according to new data released on Monday.
The losing bidder for the contract to run the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail service asked a judge Thursday to block the winning bidder from taking over as scheduled this summer.