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Green Line service resumes in Boston between Government Center and Copley

The MBTA announced on X around 8:30 a.m. that regular train service had resumed between Government Center and Copley Station after crews completed repairs on a switch near Arlington.

Construction starting soon on Boylston Street bike, bus lane project, city officials say

The project will reduce vehicular traffic on the four-lane road down to two lanes in both directions for most of the street between Massachusetts Avenue to Arlington Street, sparking opposition in the neighborhood.

State Senate president says she’s ‘not ruling anything out’ when it comes to tolls at N.H. border or Cape Cod

State Senate President Karen Spilka said on Sunday, once again, that she is open to having tolls at the New Hampshire border — or even Cape Cod bridges.

Mass. Pike lane reopened after box truck crash in Oxford snarled traffic

At 6:58 a.m. Monday, MassDOT officials reported that the right lane on the eastbound side of the Pike was closed.

Middlesex DA’s office and police investigating fatal train strike in Natick

The two people killed by a commuter rail train in Natick were a 65-year-old woman and a 59-year-old man who were in a romantic relationship, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan’s office said Tuesday.

MBTA lifts 13 speed restrictions on Red Line after completing ‘critical’ track work

The work included replacing approximately 11,500 feet of rail, more than 1,500 ties, and approximately 11,400 plates, as well as many other safety improvements, the agency said.

After decrying ‘disinvestment’ in the MBTA, proposals by Healey and the Legislature fail to fully fund the agency

Their spending plans leave the T hundreds of millions of dollars short on its operating budget in the upcoming fiscal year.

Crews remove tractor-trailer ‘storrowed’ beneath Bowker Overpass on Storrow Drive

A truck slammed into the overpass while traveling on Storrow Drive on Friday morning, and crews needed hours to remove the tightly wedged vehicle.