Winter Storm Photos (March 8, 2018)Getting ready for Green Line D branch service to resume, crews prepare the platform at Newton Highlands by adding sand to add traction.
Crews work on a downed wire along the Green Line D branch, between Chestnut Hill and Newton Centre. Bus shuttles are running between Reservoir and Riverside, but we're working to have regular service tonight.
MBTA crews clear platforms and sidewalks, but did you know they also make sure emergency egress hatches are free of snow and ice?
Mattapan Trolley service resumed at 11:15 AM! During winter storms or severe weather, we take the proactive step of running bus shuttles in place of trolley service to protect the 70-year-old trolley cars from weather-related damage.
Shoveling the sidewalk outside Wood Island station on the Blue Line.
A crew shovels tracks on the Blue Line.
Outside Revere Beach station on the Blue Line.
A crew successfully dislodges a fallen tree from overhead wires along the Green Line B branch tracks.
Crews address a low-speed trail derailment on the Lowell Line that occurred in the morning. Bus shuttles went into effect between Wilmington and Anderson/Woburn for a short period, but trains were later able to run past the disabled train.
A freshly shoveled platform at Braintree on the Red Line.
This fallen tree between Newton Centre and Chestnut Hill damaged an overhead wire. Bus shuttles replace Green Line D branch service between Reservoir and Riverside while repairs are underway.
A crewperson shovels snow from the Wellington Yard busway.
A snow plow clears a path.
At Wellington Yard, an Orange Line train braves the snow in the early morning.
A crewperson shovels snow from the Malden platform.
Commuter Rail trains at Fitchburg get ready for service during the storm.