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    1. The MBTA Commuter Rail operator is deep in the red, Boston’s Olympic bid is taking a regional focus, the Sox have something to celebrate, and the rest of the news you need to know today.

    2. ADVANCE FOR USE FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2015 file photo, locked doors confront would-be passengers at the entrance to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority subway station at Davis Square in Somerville, Mass., after the third major winter storm in two weeks in the Boston area forced the MBTA to suspend all rail service for the day.

    3. MBTA Boston T Map

      ZDNetJun 29 04:17 AM

      This is a very simple app that displays an image of the MBTA's T subway network in Boston, and, with internet, gives estimates of when...

    4. Commuters at the North Station T station wait as an Orangle train pulls in. The study says the MBTA used outdated charts to estimate the amount it has to pay out to retirees in the coming years.

    5. Gov. Charlie Baker is beginning to incur the ire of many of the same Massachusetts Democrats he appealed to in order to get elected, says a Boston Globe report.

    6. Wynn has had its eyes on the MBTA land for years, and will build a road upon it to bypass Boston. Now, going through Boston won’t be the only way to get to the Everett casino when it opens.

    7. Boston 2024's new, more detailed Olympic bid proposal reveals that taxpayers would need to help pay for transportation improvements needed to hold the games in the city. Projected costs include about $350 million to improve the Green Line so it can handle more three-car trains; an additional $105 million to move passengers more quickly through the Red Line; and another $100 million to improve ...

    8. Leaders of a union representing thousands of transit workers have pledged support for an independent audit of the pension system of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.

    9. BOSTON — Officials say a 39-year-old Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority inspector is in the hospital after she was dragged a short distance by a Green Line trolley. An MBTA spokesman tells the Boston Globe the inspector was investigating a power issue on a train at the Harvard Avenue T stop when she became trapped between a fence and the inbound and outbound tracks. He says it is unclear...

    10. House speaker: 'You'll see some changes' to MBTA bill

      Sentinel & EnterpriseJun 24 03:54 AM

      By Matt Murphy State House News Service BOSTON -- House leadership intends to continue to fight for MBTA management reforms favored by Gov.

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