Passengers were ecstatic when it re-opened in August after a twenty months long closure during construction. Then it rained and leaks resulted in the station’s floors becoming dangerously slippery.
Someone at the MBTA thought it was a good idea to run a promotional contest that offered round trip airline tickets on an actually reliably on time public transportation service as the grand prize …
While out and about on the ever-increasingly mean as well as lately also cold streets of the Q, Quincy Quarry happened up an accident which had closed off exiting from Quincy Center MBTA station bus platforms.
While most locals have been focused on the recent extreme swings in the weather, the Koch Machine has continued to do all that it can to both take care of locally connected moneyed interests and enable Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch’s latest edifice complex.
Amazingly, however, the state house and state senate also both agreed to deposit a proposed $587 million into the state’s “rainy day” fund, over half of this year’s over $1.1 billion tax revenue surplus.