Winter Storm Photos (January 4-6, 2018)
January 6, 2018: Wellington Yard
General Manager Luis Ramírez and Deputy General Manager Jeff Gonneville visit the Orange Line's Wellington Yard to meet with personnel working on Orange Line repairs following the storm.
GM Ramírez thanks MBTA repair staff for their hard work.
Director of heavy rail maintenance Steve Hicks (center) meets with Deputy GM Gonneville (left) and GM Ramírez (right).
Left to right: GM Ramírez and Deputy GM Gonneville.
Left to right: Deputy GM Gonneville and GM Ramírez.
So many shovels -- winter, we are prepared!
Orange line cars ready and waiting.
A shoveling crew clears the Wellington platform.
January 5, 2018: After the Storm
The morning after the storm, the 62 bus departs from the Bedford VA Hospital with a clear road ahead.
A shoveling crew at Oak Grove enjoys the sunshine.
A shoveling crew ensures the North Quincy platform is ready for riders.
Passengers wait at the Davis busway on the Red Line.
January 4, 2018: During and After the Storm
Don't get in the way of Snowzilla.
Clearing the North Quincy accessibilty ramp with a snow blower.
Wonderland's sidewalk is clear thanks to this crew.
When a shovel just won't cut it.
No need to climb over that snow bank.
Festive bus stop is shoveled and ready for riders.
Clearing the tracks on the Mattapan Trolley line.
Crews shovel near Summit Ave. on the Green Line.
Crews work into the night at the JFK/UMass busway.
The entrance to Beachmont is clear and ready for riders.
This rider has a clear path on the Beachmont platform.
Hard at work clearing the Wonderland platform.
The new Government Center Station braves its second winter -- and thanks to crews, its entrance is clear.
An Orange Line shoveling crew deep in the snow.
Crews clear the tracks at Cleveland Circle.
A Green Line train departs Washington Square.
Passengers disembark at Coolidge Corner, onto a freshly cleared platform.
A snow plow clears the St. Mary's Street platform on the Green Line.
A snow blower at Reservoir.
Dedicated crews clear Reservoir.
Crews work to clear the platform at JFK/UMass.
Freshly shoveled platforms at JFK/UMass.
Crews clear snow from the entrance at Forest Hills.
Footsteps in the snow at Forest Hills.
Crews clear snow off the tracks at Fenway.
Bus riders waiting at Fenway.
At Park Street, repairmen Larry and Dan fix a windshield wiper on a Red Line car.
Conductor Leanne and Inspector Anthony at JFK/UMass.
Inspecting a switch at JFK/UMass.
An Orange Line crew.
A crew at Wellington.
A snow plow clears Green Line tracks.
Shoveling the Green Line.
A Red Line train conductor mid-storm.
Shoveling a stairwell on the Red Line.
Crews work to clear the Green Line.
A snow plow clears the Southampton Bus Yard.
This bus driver isn't deterred by the snow.
An Orange Line train conductor stays optimistic.
Leveraging snow blower efficiency mid-storm.
Can you spot all the neon jackets?
Outside Park Street Station, even the statues are prepared for the winter storm.
Park Street Station on Boston Common.
Charles/MGH amid the snow.
A northbound train exits Charles/MGH.
South Station's sidewalks get cleared of snow.
Teamwork! A crew shovels snow outside South Station.
Crews clear snow from the Charles/MGH platform.
Blizzard conditions can't stop the SL4.
Crews clear snow from Boylston Station.
South Station amid the snow.
The truck in the background is a signal maintainer, which has been stationed at this vital location where trains operating on the Worcester Line switch between tracks.
Forced hot hair/gas blowers keep switches free of any snow or ice buildup.
Crews and equipment out clearing snow from the Forest Hills busway and sidewalks.
The 34E braves the snow at Forest Hills, with crews actively clearing snow.
The Emergency Operations Center is fully staffed and ready for the storm.
(From left to right) Deputy GM Jeff Gonneville, Governor Charlie Baker, GM Luis Ramírez in the Emergency Operations Center.
MBTA staff monitor the system at the Emergency Operations Center.
Even a bus can be a canvas for art.