Matt Conti shows us a boat on dry land in the North End after the storm overnight. He has more photos of damage in the North End.
John Hanzl surveyed the damage along Harbor Towers: Read more.
Smush. Photo by Jenni K.
People coming into town on the Green Line from Boston College could be 15 minutes late due to a collision between a trolley and a pickup at Comm. Ave. and Washington Street. NBC Boston reports one injury.
Ted took some photos of progress on the Green Line Extension past Lechmere, including construction of the flyover for the branch to and from Union Square in Somerville. Read more.
Somebody took the liberty of improving an ad on the Green Line for one of those inner-body-workings displays that show up in Boston from time to time.
The T's Joe Pesaturo reports a crew restored the luster to one of the historic trolleys parked at Boylston this morning by removing the graffiti somebody had sprayed on it.
UPDATE: Graffiti removed.
Transit Police say they are conducting "an active investigation" to find whoever sprayed graffiti on one of the two historic trolleys stored at Boylston on the Green Line. Read more.
The MBTA reports buses are now running between Lechmere and North Station due to a trolley with "a power problem" at Science Park.
It's Bustitution Wednesday on the Riverside Line.
The MBTA reports inbound delays on the B Line of up to ten minutes due to a train with issues at Chiswick Road.
Eitan Hersh was among the teeming masses forced off a Riverside Line train after a large tree branch fell in front of it between Fenway and Longwood: Read more.
The MBTA is reporting delays of up to ten minutes due to signal issues near North Station.
WBZ reports the driver of the trolley that derailed near Riverside this morning didn't have proper signal authorization to proceed; had been hired just this past March.
Around 6 a.m., NBC Boston reports. Shuttle buses are running.
The MBTA reports it's removed the carcass of a dead Green Line trolley at Park, but that there are still delays of up to ten minutes towards the west.
Transit Police report arresting a man they say indecently assaulted a woman he'd tried talking to on the Green Line Sunday afternoon.
The MBTA reports delays of up to 20 minutes on the Green Line outbound due to a train with "a mechanical problem" near Kenmore.
Boston Attitude captured the aftermath along Commonwealth Avenue just past Harvard Avenue.
Up to 20 minutes due to a trolley that switched to the track up to Valhalla, the MBTA reports.
What's green and white and indecipherable all over?
Transit Police report arresting a Jamaica Plain man on charges he was caught red-handed spraying green and white graffiti on a wall at the Hynes Green Line stop last night.
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