- Associated Press - Sunday, February 15, 2015

BOSTON (AP) - The Boston-area transit system says it will resume limited service Monday after the latest in a string of snowstorms forced the agency to suspend service again.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority says rail service will operate at most underground stations. The Blue Line will be open through to Logan International Airport.

MBTA says commuter rail lines will reopen on a Saturday schedule, as will certain bus routes. The full schedule is available at mbta.com/winter.

The aging transit agency has struggled to deal with a whopping 7 feet of snow so far this year including the 13 inches recorded Sunday in Boston.

After the MBTA suspended service last Monday for another storm, Gov. Charlie Baker said the agency’s performance was unacceptable. Transit officials say old equipment has exacerbated weather-related problems.

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