Friday, December 19, 2008

Snowy Commute Home?

Train Rider took today off, so we don't have any morning updates regarding the MBTA/MBCR Worcester-Framingham commuter rail line. Seeing that it is about 12:30 p.m. and the snow still hasn't arrived to the Central Mass/MetroWest area, we hope everyone has an easy commute home. Supposedly the storm has already hit Southern Connecticut.

An editorial from today's The Boston Globe criticizes the T for the situation they caused at the historic Old South Church. Par for the course of late, reader's comments are priceless. Do MBTA senior execs care that they are berated all the time for their shenanigans and incompetence? I don't think they do - I bet they're laughing all the way to the bank. They earn comparable salaries to private sector workers, with state benefits rolled in. They're sitting at home today, since the Governor cancelled work today for nonessential state employees.

This Globe article talks about what the T is doing in preparations for today's storm.

SouthCoastToday reported on the Middleboro T station that is being proposed as part of the South Coast rail project.

Safe commutes today!

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