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Ex-MBTA chief Scott says agency 'needs a state takeover,' in interview

Beverly Scott addresses several issues impacting the agency and public transportation in general during the interview, including criticism of excessive absenteeism and capital spending.

'Excessive' MBTA absences led to bad service during storms

Management & Operations| April 7, 2015

A report found that 15% of all MBTA employees took at least one day of paid leave during a stretch this winter when the agency was struggling to maintain and restore services disrupted by repeated winter storms.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2015

Interim MBTA boss vows all-hands-on-deck mentality for snowstorms

Frank DePaola, who was named to replace outgoing MBTA chief Beverly Scott, has already created a team to examine what went wrong this winter.

Management & Operations| February 17, 2015

MBTA offers $30 an hour to shovel snow

The transit system shut down completely on Sunday for the storm that dumped 16.2 inches of snow in the city, and rail and bus lines were operating on a limited schedule Monday.

Management & Operations| February 10, 2015

Mass. Gov. wants answers for transit 'failure' amid storms

After a day marked by more delays and stalled trains, the MBTA suspended all rail service Tuesday as the state digs out from a third major storm in two weeks.

Management & Operations| January 21, 2015

Officials mull future of MBTA late night service

The $13 million, year-long pilot started in March 2014, extending service by 90 minutes on MBTA lines and fifteen bus routes on Friday and Saturday nights until at least 2:30 a.m. The pilot has drawn 850,000 riders since its inception

Management & Operations| July 30, 2014

MBTA adding Wi-Fi on commuter rail system

At absolutely no cost to the MBTA or its customers, inMOTION Wireless Inc. will build a $5.6 million system that will expand and improve both the availability and quality of the existing Wi-Fi service.

Rail| March 26, 2013

MBTA chief says long-awaited railcars due soon

Hyundai Rotem, under fire for failing to deliver any of its 75 double-decker coaches on time, is making progress on its $190 million contract. Three of the cars are slated to be in service in April.
Accessibility| September 17, 2012

Top MARTA execs up for MBTA GM post

Finalists for the position are Beverly Scott, CEO/GM of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, and the agency's current deputy GM/COO, Dwight Ferrell.
Accessibility| September 11, 2012

San Antonio's VIA chief in running to helm MARTA

VIA Metropolitan Transit CEO/President Keith Parker confirmed Monday that he's a candidate for the top job at the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority.
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