- It happens every year.Labor Day weekend comes and goes, and inexorably summer gives way to fall. In Boston, the shift can be abrupt and palpable, with a sudden autumnal chill arriving just behind the college students returning from summer vacation.Fall means many things, but on the MBTA, it mostly means trouble:
- — Red Line Commuter (@RedLineCommuter)Fri, Sep 06 2013 03:37:21
- With part-time residents returning to the city, the crowds on the T tend to be bigger than ever:
- — Vanessa Marie (@vanessainboston)Wed, Sep 04 2013 14:22:42
- And everyone knows that parking is hard to find on move-in weekend, but cut this out, really:
- Sept. 1 also marks the anniversary of the 1897 opening of Park Street Station, the first station of the transit system that would become the MBTA. Rumors suggest the system has seen some minor improvements since then.
- But like many old-timers, the choices and movements of Old Man T can be mysterious, seemingly guided by a logic others cannot access:
- — Sean Carragher (@seanpcarragher)Sat, Aug 31 2013 19:02:55
- — McKenzie Lawton (@mckenzielawton)Sun, Sep 01 2013 09:36:23Why would a B line train go express and pass Chestnut Hill Ave? It's only 2 stops from the end!!! #mbtaannoy
- — Lisa (@thislisaperry)Tue, Sep 03 2013 17:40:39
- — Anthony C. (@mantra74)Wed, Sep 04 2013 05:22:49
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