mbta data shows how ridership has fallen amid coronavirus

  • mbta data shows how ridership has fallen amid coronavirus

    MBTA data shows how ridership has fallen amid coronavirus

    Preliminary MBTA data shows how ridership has fallen amid coronavirus outbreak. Service reductions began Tuesday

  • mbta considering plans for service reductions as ridership

    MBTA considering plans for service reductions as ridership

    MBTA considering plans for service reductions as ridership falls during coronavirus Regular service planned for Monday By Adam Vaccaro Globe Staff, Updated March 15, 2020, 12:37 p.m.

  • mbta considering plans for service reductions as ridership

    MBTA considering plans for service reductions as ridership

    The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority plans to run normal service Monday to serve a dwindling ridership amid the coronavirus outbreak, but acknowledged that it could eventually follow

  • mbta buses emerge as a lifeline during covid-19. but

    MBTA buses emerge as a lifeline during COVID-19. But

    MBTA expanding service on some bus routes starting Aug. 30 to avoid crowding amid coronavirus pandemic What riders gain in more scheduled buses, however, they’ll lose in flexible added service

  • mbta reports ridership plunges more than 90 percent amid

    MBTA reports ridership plunges more than 90 percent amid

    MBTA reports ridership plunges more than 90 percent amid coronavirus pandemic. only counts gated subway stations but shows that ridership as of April 9 was down about 92.7 percent compared to

  • 24 mbta workers have now tested positive for covid-19

    24 MBTA Workers Have Now Tested Positive For COVID-19

    The MBTA also implemented rear-door boarding on all MBTA buses, and street-level stops on the Green Line and Mattapan Line. Ridership has fallen sharply on the transit system since the coronavirus

  • mbta will play ‘important role,’ but baker urges work-from

    MBTA will play ‘important role,’ but Baker urges work-from

    Governor Baker said repairs to the Blue Line were among projects the MBTA has been able to tackle faster amid the pandemic, when ridership numbers have fallen. inactive for “COVID-19-related

  • coronavirus: mbta ridership dropped 80 percent this amid

    Coronavirus: MBTA ridership dropped 80 percent this amid

    Ridership on the MBTA continues to drop amid the spread of coronavirus and changes to the T’s operating schedule. On Wednesday, the T saw an 80% drop in ridership compared to the last week in

  • coronavirus: mbta metro ridership down over 80 percent

    Coronavirus: MBTA Metro Ridership Down Over 80 Percent

    BOSTON — Ridership on the MBTA continued its collapse last week amid coronavirus concerns and state action to limit public gatherings. Ridership on the subway has dropped over 80 percent

  • coronavirus response: mbta asking customers to board buses

    Coronavirus response: MBTA asking customers to board buses

    The T is also ramping up the cleaning and sanitizing of its vehicles, and adjusting its service schedule as ridership continues to drop amid the outbreak of COVID-19 in Massachusetts.

  • charlie baker: ‘hardworking’ mbta worker dies of coronavirus

    Charlie Baker: ‘Hardworking’ MBTA worker dies of coronavirus

    An MBTA worker who died after testing positive for coronavirus was a “hardworking guy,” Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday. “Every single person who is affected by this has friends and family

  • coronavirus fallout: massdot officials project a $38 million

    Coronavirus fallout: MassDOT officials project a $38 million

    Coronavirus: MBTA ridership dropped 80 percent this amid spread of virus Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. Disclaimer

  • reopening the economy poses a ‘goldilocks challenge’

    Reopening the economy poses a ‘Goldilocks challenge’

    Public transit ridership has dropped significantly, or 70 to 80 percent, since the full weight of COVID-19 reached New England. The MBTA is currently operating at a reduced service level . Traffic

  • bart, mta facing financial crisis amid covid-19 pandemic

    BART, MTA facing financial crisis amid COVID-19 pandemic

    MTA’s daily reports show ridership has fallen approximately 60 percent on the subways, 49 percent on buses, 90 percent on Metro-North and 67 percent on Long Island Rail Road (LIRR).

  • why the mbta reversed course on its commuter rail contract

    Why the MBTA reversed course on its commuter rail contract

    The commuter rail has seen ridership practically disappear in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. And even as Massachusetts reduces the rules meant to prevent the spread of the disease, MBTA

  • mbta scales back service as ridership drops

    MBTA Scales Back Service As Ridership Drops

    MBTA officials did not provide figures, but acknowledged in a Monday press release that "recent reductions in ridership" played a role in the decision to decrease service. During the first week of March — earlier on in the outbreak before workplace impacts became as widespread — average weekday ridership was about 2.5 percent lower than it

  • mbta to reduce train and bus service, close ferry - the

    MBTA to reduce train and bus service, close ferry - The

    With ridership drastically reduced due to the coronavirus outbreak, the MBTA will limit weekday service starting Tuesday, running a Saturday schedule on the subway and most bus lines.

  • covid-19 has been 'apocalyptic' for public transit | time

    COVID-19 Has Been 'Apocalyptic' for Public Transit | Time

    COVID-19 Has Been 'Apocalyptic' for Public Transit. window of a bus at the MBTA Charlestown bus garage during COVID-19 pandemic in Boston on May 15, 2020. point to data showing that