The Boston Globe put the spotlight Sunday on one aspect of the MBTA's extensive safety training program for employees, in this case the right of way training classes required for all MBTA workers who must walk or be near tracks and the electrified "third rail."
MBTA safety instructors Charles Murphy and Paul Rosselle are the focus of the worker training profile.
Read the Globe Sunday story.
MassDOT and the MBTA have declared worker and customer safety as a top priority. Read the results of the independent MBTA Safety Review ordered by Governor Patrick here.
MBTA: South Boston Bus Stop Improvement Program posted on Sep 3
In consultation with the South Boston local elected officials, the MBTA is pleased to announce preliminary planning for South Boston bus stop and service improvements. Goals for the effort include the following: • Enhance service reliability • Reduce overcrowding at bus stops • Optimize bus …Continue Reading MBTA: South Boston Bus Stop Improvement Program
RMV Introduces Free WiFI at Eight Busiest Branches posted on Sep 2
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles today announced the availability of free in-branch WiFi service for customers performing transactions at eight branch locations across the Commonwealth. The RMV is offering this amenity as part of its effort to enhance customer service and modernize branch operations. …Continue Reading RMV Introduces Free WiFI at Eight Busiest Branches
Plan Ahead for Holiday Weekend Travel posted on Sep 1
MassDOT encourages motorists to plan ahead for safe travel during the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend. Heaviest Labor Day traffic on I-90 is expected Thursday and Friday westbound and Monday afternoon-evening eastbound. Based on the number of toll transactions on the Turnpike from Weston to …Continue Reading Plan Ahead for Holiday Weekend Travel