The MBTA rolled out some buses to replace C Line trolleys and started telling B Line riders heading to the hinterlands of Brighton to use the 57 bus instead after a "power problem" made the Green Line not run between Copley and Kenmore.
Roving UHub photographer Anna Geneva captured the Longwood Green Line stop tonight.
She probably enjoyed the view a bit more than the driver who managed to get a beefy SUV stuck on the Green Line in Cooldige Corner - not to mention the people in the trolleys on either side who got blocked by it, like Agiocochook1: Read more.
Possible next-gen Huntington Avenue, with transit/bike lanes on either side.
MBTA planners tomorrow will discuss potential new designs for the Green Line along between Brigham Circle and Heath Street and along Commonwealth Avenue with the goal to make the two branches more easily accessible to people with mobility issues. Read more.
Chris in 02134 spotted some overhead-wire action on the Green Line on Beacon Street shortly before 11 a.m., about 45 minutes after the T reported "power problems" on the Beacon Street line were forcing it into bustitution between Coolidge Corner and Cleveland Circle.
The T, which plans to run shuttle buses between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle on the C Line and Kenmore and Fenway on the Riverside line for the rest of the night following this morning's derailment, says it plans to resume regular service on the two Green Line branches first thing Sunday morning.
Henry Wong shows us the SUV whose driver somehow managed to get the vehicle's wheels ensnared on the inbound tracks of the C Line near Englewood Avenue sometime after 6:30 p.m. The T reports it had to stop trains at Coolidge Corner and bring in some buses to get riders between there and Cleveland Circle.
It's down! It's up! It's down again! The MBTA reports it is rounding up buses to shuttle C Line riders between Kenmore and Cleveland Circle and D Line riders between Kenmore and Fenway because of the same sort of power issues that plagued the line earlier this morning.