Blue Line Up For Two Rounds of Repairs

Four Blue Line stops in East Boston and Revere will go offline to riders for two and a half weeks in May, adding to a previously delayed 14-day shutdown on the line’s other end designed to accelerate repair work, officials announced Monday.

Walsh Slams MBTA as ‘Not Currently Functional’

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh called Wednesday for the MBTA to invest about $9 million in running Red Line and commuter rail trains more frequently, slamming the system – wracked with ongoing delays after a derailment last month – as “not currently a functional service” for much of the city.

How You Can Push the MBTA to Connect Red, Blue Lines

Instead of treating the project as pipe dream expansion of the current system, MassDOT needs help from the business community to see the Red-Blue Connector for what it is: a relatively cheap way to reduce congestion from Kendall Square to Logan Airport, and boost the North Shore’s economic prospects at the same time.