• mbta Oct 4

    MBTA Delay: $8 Million Trolley Project Behind Schedule Again

    Over the weekend, crews at the MBTA moved the first refurbished 1940s-era trolley from a warehouse in Everett back to its home in Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood. The milestone was already long overdue. And when NBC10 Boston stopped by the transit station on Monday to get a look, it was clear there is still plenty of work left to do....

  • mbta Oct 4

    Delays on Mattapan Trolley Upgrade Continue

    Millions of tax dollars have been spent to bring historic trolleys up to speed on the MBTA’s Mattapan Line, but there is still plenty of work left to do.

  • mbta May 7

    MBTA Delay: $8 Million Trolley Refurbishment Two Years Behind Schedule

    The MBTA invested millions of taxpayer dollars to bring historic trolleys up to speed in one of Boston’s most transit-dependent communities. However, the NBC10 Investigators discovered the project is years behind schedule. Instead of refurbished 1940s era trolleys rolling along the Mattapan-Ashmont line, we learned shells of the first two stripped-down cars pulled out of service are still sitting...

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