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Web site for an MBTA citizens advisory committee looking at restoring trolley service from South Huntington Avenue to Forest Hills.
"Same shitty service. Just quadruple the price. Fuck the MBTA."
More than 400 photos of MBTA trains.
"I have long enjoyed listening to 'The M.T.A. Song', better known as 'Charlie on the M.T.A'. In recent years, I have learned a great deal about the song and about the M.T.A (now M.B.T.A) itself, and would like to share this information here."
"Blogging the MBTA."
"A passenger's guide to Downeast travel" on the Amtrak line between Boston and Portland, Maine. Includes profiles of regular riders, engineers, conductors and cafe attendants, along with news about the line.
"A Bostonian's experience with riding public transportation, aka the 'T.' "
Descriptions and photos of things on MBTA transit lines and buses that just make no sense.
"Random musings on life and life in Boston ... plus usually at least some commentary on things observed on the T."
Photos of Boston's old-style trolley line.
"Join us in a discussion of the MBTA - buses, trains, boats and everything else!"
Photos, history and tips on exploring and photographing T trains and stations.
Group promoting - and monitoring - the MBTA's planned extension of the Green Line through Somerville and Medford.
"Commentary, photos and sad humor
on the USA's most inept mass transit system."
Descriptions and photos.
Details efforts to upgrade this Red Line stop.
"STEP is a community group fighting for improved transportation in Somerville. Read background information on the issues, or check out the latest news in getting the Green Line and Orange Line into Somerville."
Globe transportation writer Mac Daniels's Weblog.
Stops & Spots is a video project focusing on music performers at the city's T stops. Each video highlights a different artist at subway stations across Boston and Cambridge.
Group fighting for the continued right of musicians to perform on the T: "Celebrating self-expression as a basic human right essential for the healthy growth of youth, individuals and communities."
An explanation of why each of the lines is named the way it is.
Enter two stations and see how long it'll take to get from one to the other - and where you'll have to change trains.
The latest posts from Boston-area bloggers on T commuting: good, bad and ugly.
"Daily gripes, observations and musings from my MBTA commute."
Turnpike and state government matters.
"Commuting from Central Massachusetts to Boston on the Commuter Rail line can be a frustrating experience. Commuter rail service on the Worcester-Framingham-Boston line has been drastically deteriorating over the past year. This blog looks to inform, educate and inspire the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' elected officials, the MBTA, the MBCR and CSX to restore dependable commuter rail service to the residents of Central Massachusetts."
The weird, the gross and the unusual on the T.
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